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A N.I.C.E. November between New York and San Francisco

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- This year, the 22nd edition of New Italian Cinema Events will be organizing four marketplace days

A N.I.C.E. November between New York and San Francisco

The 22nd edition of N.I.C.E. - New Italian Cinema Events USA will be taking place in New York on November 7-11 and in San Francisco on November 11-18.

This year, the event born in 1991 to promote new Italian cinema abroad, will be convening in New York around four marketplace days, in collaboration with distributors IFS Films and the New York University-Casa Zerilli Marimò.

N.I.C.E. USA will be presenting seven films directed by Italian newcomers. They will be competing for a N.I.C.E. City of Florence Award and a Susan Batson Special Award.

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Selected films include Appartamento ad Atene [+see also:
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by Ruggero Di Paola, 100 metri dal paradiso by Raffaele Verzillo, Io sono Li [+see also:
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interview: Andrea Segre
interview: Andrea Segre
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by Andrea Segre, I più grandi di tutti [+see also:
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by Carlo Virzì, I primi della lista [+see also:
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by Rohan Johnson, La kryptonite nella borsa [+see also:
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interview: Ivan Cotroneo
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by Ivan Cotroneo and Scialla [+see also:
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by Francesco Bruni.

Also on the programme for this year’s edition is a Valeria Golino (photo) retrospective with Storia d'amore by Citto Maselli, Respiro [+see also:
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by Emanuele Crialese and Texas [+see also:
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interview: Fausto Paravidino
interview: Valeria Golino, Valerio Bin…
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by Fausto Paravidino. The actress will also be taking part in the festival presenting her debut directing work Viperdono.

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(Translated from Italian)

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