San Francisco Welcomes the 20th Edition of the N.I.C.E. Film Festival

Director Viviana del Bianco  (Courtesy of Pamela Gentile)

Director Viviana del Bianco (Courtesy of Pamela Gentile)

“N.I.C.E edition has become today the place in the United States where to watch an Italian movie and have conversations during events and meetings. This is an innovative, fresh, engaging experience that nobody wants to miss!” This is how Viviana del Bianco, N.I.C.E. Director, introduces the 26th edition of the New Italian Cinema Events (the 20th in San Francisco) that opens on November 16th in the Bay Area. Watching any of the seven dramas by upcoming directors; three award...

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