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Enjoy the local premiere of 12 recent Italian films plus 2 short film programs shown in Italian language with English subtitles at 6 locations. In
collaboration with the Detroit Institute of Arts, Wayne State University, Michigan State University and the Sun Theatre. Presented under the
auspices of the Consulate of Italy in Detroit. FREE admission.
A gift, a dream, a stage...are the required ingredients for a musical success. Mix them together under the proper conditions and a star is born. Or two, or three.
Santa Fabio is a professional photographer in the Detroit area who specializes in people and journalistic projects for corporations and magazines. A second generation Italian, Ms. Fabio will share the love and passion she has for the people and family she has met and photographed in a small Sicilian village.
The Medici: Godfathers of the Renaissance From a base in 15th-century Florence, the Medici family used charm, patronage, duplicity, and ruthlessness to amass wealth and power. The Medicis also ignited Western history's most important cultural and artistic revolution, the Renaissance, but doomed their own ordered world. This epic drama in the courts, cathedrals, and palaces of Europe traces a family's powerful ambition and a continent's tortured struggle to emerge from the Dark Ages. (PBS) Producer: DEVILLIER DONEGAN ENTERPRISES Film screening 220…
The Festa della Musica is inspired by the values of the international Fête de la Musique. An event born in France in 1981 that later became an international phenomenon. Nowadays, the Fête de la Musique simultaneously involve many cities all around the world. On June, at the very beginning of the summer, for the summer solstice, these cities celebrate music through a series of free concerts and musical shows. The “Festa della Musica” represents the occasion to create an artistic…
Most Italians came to Detroit between 1880-1920. Detroit’s “Little Italy” started from the lower east side (Eastern Market area) along Gratiot and Riopelle Streets near Black Bottom and Paradise Valley.