Made for Each Other (fatto uno per l'altra) starts on Monday, December 5th, 8:30 p.m. at the Cappella Underground (now located at the Teatro Miela in Piazza Duca degli Abruzzi - Trieste) .
American Pop Culture to the max! Join us as Leonardo Buonomo, American Studies Professor and the President of AIA FVG, pairs American TV shows and Classic films on the same theme (in original version). Each show includes a comparative TV - film lecture as well! The first show of the series is the TV show GLEE. Follow the fun and drama of a high school glee club. The companion film the following week (December 12th) is FAME - the classic film from the 1980's.
FOR THIS FILM ONLY, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A MEMBER. Try it, You'll like it!
Your membership card is valid also for this series. Not a member yet? You can still become one! Come to our office Monday to Friday 4-8 p.m. or Tuesday and Thursday morning 10-noon. In addition, you can purchase your membership card at theater before showtime. Membership is: €25 for students, teachers and + 65 or €35 for regular memberships. Membership entitles you to attend our American Film Series at the Ariston, Made for Each Other at the Cappella Underground, use of our library (10,000 books, 1,000 DVD's, American Magazines) and our newsletter listing all of our monthly activities.
Here is the complete list:
Monday, December 5, 2011: Glee (TV series), winner of 4 Emmy awards
Monday, December 12, 2011: Fame (1980), dir. Alan Parker, winner of 2 Oscars
Monday , January 16, 2012: Family (TV series), winner of 4 Emmy awards
Monday, January 23, 2012: Ordinary People (1980), dir. Robert Redford, winner of 4 Oscars
Monday, February 6, 2012: Bewitched (TV series), winner of 3 Emmy awards
Monday, February 13, 2012: I Married a Witch (1942), dir. René Clair, nominated for 1 Oscar
Monday,February 27, 2012: Thirtysomething (TV series), winner of 13 Emmy awards
Monday, March 5, 2012: The Big Chill (1983), dir. Lawrence Kasdan, nominated for 3 Oscars
Monday, March 19, 2012: Seinfeld (TV series), winner of 10 Emmy awards
Monday, March 26, 2012: Annie Hall (1977), dir. Woody Allen, winner of 4 Oscars