28-10-2017 by redazione
On Tuesday, November 7, the documentary by director Giampaolo Montesanto "Italiani in Kenya"will be premiered in Malindi.
The screening will be staged at 6 p. m. in Lamu Road's Stardust disco, with free admission (booking on malindikenya. net to have the certainty of the reserved place) together with that of the docu-fiction "L' Oriana", which retraces the career of the great Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci.
"Italiani in Kenya" is in original language without subtitles, "L'Oriana has subtitles".
Italians in Kenya was produced by the Italian Cultural Institute of Nairobi and filmed last year on the occasion of the Italian Culture Week in the world.
Montesanto, already author of the precious "Italians in Eritrea", interviewed fellow countrymen who have lived in Kenya for so many years, true living books from the history of the Italian presence in the African country. Words and faces that alternate with historical documents and references to famous episodes such as the imprisonment of Duke D' Aosta or the historical first launch of a satellite from the space base San Marco.
The documentary is dedicated to the figure of Nenella Tozzi, historical memory of the Italians in Nairobi, who died a few months after the filming of the docu-film that saw her among the protagonists, along with the "badindini" Franco Esposito, Armando Tanzini, Elio and Carla Altomare and Freddie del Curatolo.
To book a seat at the screening, organized by the Italian Cultural Institute of Nairobi with Malindikenya. net and the kind permission of Marco Luciani of Stardust, call 0720178982 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entrance is free until the places are exhausted. The screening of "Italians in Kenya" will begin at 6 p. m., that of "L' Oriana" at 6.45 p. m.
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