Above: Image from the film, "Rosso come il cielo (Red Like the Sky)."
Now in its seventh season, the San Diego Italian Film Festival, a not for profit 501c(3) organization, has quickly made its mark on the local landscape, joining ranks among the most beloved film festivals San Diego has to offer.
The San Diego Italian Film Festival is about more than just movies. It is about identity, history and a shared appreciation of Italian culture and great cinema– in a word, it is about community. In Italy communities come together in the piazza or town square and the San Diego Italian Film Festival is such a place for a diverse audience of film lovers and those who appreciate Italian culture.
Film: "Rosso come il cielo (Red Like the Sky)" 2006. Directed by Cristiano Bortone. There will be English subtitles.
Date: Thursday July 11, 2013 at 7:00 PM
Cost: $10.00 Cash Only
About the Film:
This marvelous film is inspired by the true story of Mirco Mencacci, one of the most gifted Italian sound editors working today, who happens to be blind. Born in a small village in Tuscany, in 1971, Mirco is a bright, lively 10-year-old, crazy about the movies - especially Westerns and adventure films. Mirco is blinded in a freak accident, but that doesn’t stop him from finding a brand-new world of creativity. This unusual tale will lift your heart and inspire you.
For more information, visit http://www.sandiegoitalianfilmfestival.com/
Location: La Paloma Theatre, 471 S.Coast Hwy. 101 Encinitas Google Map