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Italian Archives -

Italian Archives -

Andrea Huswan


2017/06/27 at 9:43am

Sistine Chapel Exhibition Comes To New York City

If you live in New York City, get ready to “travel” to Vatican City, Italy with the Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel art exhibit. Just a subway ride away to downtown Manhattan, this priceless exhibition inside one of the most expensive train stations in the world, just got more valuable. You’ll be able to see “up close” and appreciate some of Michelangelo’s famed masterpieces from the Sistine Chapel right in the heart of the city without, having to pay an arm and a leg for a plane ticket to Italy. Read More

Mariana Dussan


2014/03/27 at 12:18pm

Luis Salgado, Broadway’s “Rocky” Musical Latino Actor, Inspired To Make His Italian Character More Puerto Rican

This week I had the opportunity to speak with the very talented, Luis Salgado. The actor is part of the cast of “Rocky”: The Musical which recently opened on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theater. He tells me about his experience getting the part and how it is to be the only Latino in the production. Read More

Mack Chico


2011/09/12 at 12:00am

Penélope Cruz begins ‘Venuto al mondo’ shoot

Penélope Cruz begins 'Venuto al mondo' shoot

Spanish actress Penelope Cruz on Wednesday arrived unexpectedly in Sarajevo, where she will film “Venuto al mondo,” a drama directed by Sergio Castellitto.

“Venuto al mondo” is the film adaptation of the same-named novel by Margaret Mazzantini, Castellitto’s wife and one of the most popular writers in Italy.

Cruz will play the role of Gemma, a single mother who accompanies her teenage son to modern-day Sarajevo, the birthplace of his father, who died during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia.

Participating in the project are Bosnian production companies and Deblokada.

The Oscar-winning actress has worked with Castellitto before on his 2004 film “Non ti muovere.”

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