San Diego Italian Film Festival:
Nothing can truly capture the exquisite pleasure of time spent in Italy, but there's a way to come close here in San Diego. You can join the San Diego Italian Film Festival (SDIFF)!
The SDIFF has become a leading organization for the dissemination of Italian arts and culture in San Diego, presenting films, and a few very special events year-round. In its sixth year, the SDIFF continues to present award winning Italian films to the community.
Please join us as we continue our exploration into Italian culture. The SDIFF Website: www.sandiegoitalianfilmfestival.com
Cinema Little Italy
Cinema Little Italy shares an understanding and appreciation of the Italian culture by showing Italian films, with English subtitles, in Little Italy, all year long.
During the summer films are shown outdoors in Amici Park's Amphitheatre (Date and State streets) every Saturday night from June to September.
From September to June films are shown at the Firehouse Museum Theater (Columbia and Cedar streets) the first Saturday of every month.
For the current film schedule and film trailers, please go to: www.CinemaLittleItaly.com
Italian Cultural Center of San Diego
The Italian Cultural Center (ICC) of San Diego is a meeting place for people interested in Italian culture and language. The Center consists of more than 600 members, a mixed group of Italian Americans, Italophiles, and Italians of various origins and ages.
The ICC offers Italian and cultural classes at all levels for adults year round. Classes are taught by native speakers who have been part of the Italian language-teaching scene for several years.
Join us! Details at: www.icc-sd.org