Exploring Italy with kids: A family-friendly guide to Italy’s best destinations

Mar 21 2023
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Italy is one of Europe’s most compelling destinations and it also happens to be one of the best places in the world to explore with kids. With its picture-perfect beaches, some of the world’s best food, and more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country, it’s easy to see why Italy is so appealing to kids. Enjoy London Mums‘ family-friendly guide to Italy’s best destinations.

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Film review: The Hummingbird by Francesca Archibugi starring Pierfrancesco Favino

Mar 10 2023
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It was a real honour to meet Italian film director Francesca Archibugi last night at the UK premiere of her latest flick The Hummingbird (Il Colibrì in Italian), during the Cinema Made in Italy Festival. Archibugi is known for her meditative films “Vivere”, “Mignon Has come to stay” and “Tomorrow”. 

The Hummingbird is a captivating adaptation of Sandro Veronesi’s eponymous novel. The plot of the film revolves around a middle-aged man named Marco Carrera (Pierfrancesco Favino), who is a successful doctor but is dealing with a lot of personal and emotional problems. His marriage is falling apart, and he has a complicated relationship with his teenage daughter. The film is deeply compassionate following Marco’s journey on his path of self-discovery.

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Cinema Made in Italy opens its 2023 edition in London 9th – 13th March 2023

Mar 08 2023
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Cinecittà, Institut Français and The Italian Cultural Institute in London have announced the full line up of films for the 13th edition of CINEMA MADE IN ITALY which will take place at the Cine Lumiere between 9 and 13 March 2023.

CINEMA MADE IN ITALY showcases the best of Italian cinema with eleven new releases forming the heart of the programme all curated by CEO of Film London and British Film Commission, Adrian Wootton OBE. Audiences will have the chance to catch the cutting edge of Italian cinema with many films having their UK premiere as part of the festival as well as enjoying a classic of Italian cinema which this year is the cult comedy Fantozzi from 1975.

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