After Genova Film’s screening with Colin Forth the true Home Made Pasta al Pesto accompanied by white wine Colli di Luni will be served; a tasting of Romanengo’s Pastries will followed


4,00pm Film The Mouth of the Wolf
5,30pm Documentary Flowers, Fruits, Sugar and Spices
6,00pm Documentary Un piede in terra, l’altro in mare
7,00pm Film Genova

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The Mouth of the Wolf (La Bocca del lupo)
Italy l 2009 l 67mins l col l dir. by Pietro Marcello with Vincenzo Motta, Mary Monaco l I Production : Indigo Film, L’Avventuorsa Film I cert tbc I in Italian with English subtitles

Enzo returns to Genoa after a lengthy absence. He crosses the city in search of places he remembers from before but they have been inexorably changed by passing time. He finds Mary waiting for him at the small house in the ghetto of the old city. His life-long companion, she has been waiting for Enzo to return from the prison where he was serving time

Flowers, Fruits, Sugar and Spices
Italy l 24 mins l col l dir by Valeria Cavagnetto e Teresa Rocco l in Italian with English subtitles

A documentary on Romanengo, the oldest confectionary company still in operation in Europe, a glorious factory and pastry shop unchanged since its start in 1780

Un piede in terra, l’altro in mare
Italy l 2007 l col l 46 mins l dir by Silvio Soldini I in Italian with English subtitles An extraordinary document about Genova and Liguria, culture, nature and people

Italy l 94 mins l dir by Michael Winterbottom with Colin Firth, Catherine Keener, Hope Davis, Willa Holland, Perla Haney-Jardine l cert R I in English

A man moves his two daughters to Italy after their mother dies in a car accident, in order to revitalize their lives. Genova changes all three of them as the youngest daughter starts to see the ghost of her mother, while the older one discovers her sexuality. In collaboration with Genova Liguria Film Commission, Rossi Pesto, Romanengo and Cantine Lune

Venue: Italian Cultural Institute in London