Convivio and Cinema Little Italy

The film clips below may not have subtitles, however, the films do have subtitles.

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La Traviata
Date: December 7th
Time: 6:30PM
Location: Convivio Center
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One of cinema’s greatest combinations of filmmaking and musical performance. Zeffirelli’s visual extravaganza together with the sublime music by Verdi, combine to make a memorable work of art. Dr. Nic Reveles with San Diego Opera will introduce this film by Franco Zeffirelli.

 

 

Io, Don Giovanni

I, Don Giovanni
Date: March 1st
Time: 6:30PM
Location: Convivio Center
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A film for all of those who love Opera, love Mozart, and love Don Giovanni. The central character is Lorenzo Da Ponte, a Venetian opera librettist and poet. The movie is about the “making-of’’ Don Giovanni, with Mozart and Salieri present. The costumes are lavish, the acting flawless and the directing exemplary. Dr. Nic Reveles will introduce this film by Carlos Saura

 

 

Vittorio DVittorio D
Date: June 7th
Time: 6:30PM
Location: Convivio Center
Tickets: Available Soon

Vittorio De Sica had one of the most remarkable careers in the history of Italian cinema. His powerful neo-realist CCenter drama Shoeshine and Bicycle Thieves received accolades from around the world. Interviews with Clint Eastwood, Woody Allen.