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IT 2.026 26 masterpieces of Italian verse read by Giorgio Strehler; includes works by Dante Alighieri, Cecco Angliolieri, Gabriele d’Annunzio, Ludovico Ariosto, San Francesco d’Assisi, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Giosue Carducci, Guido Cavalcanti, Ugo Foscolo, Giacomo Leopardi, Giovanni Pascoli, Francesco Petrarca, Angelo Poliziano, Torquato Tasso; full texts/translations available. IT 2.028 34 poems by 21 great Italian poets recited by Luciano Rebay; includes works by Ariosto, Boccaccio, Dante, Petrarch, Tasso, and others; includes heroic epics, hymns, lyrics, madrigals, and sonnets; 160-page dual-language (Italian-English) book containing full texts/translations, biographical and critical commentary available. Venice 120 color slides including views of the city, its architectural treasures, churches and cathedrals, paintings, etc.
50 minutes Cantarella IT 1.006 Sixteen short stories, including works by Buzzati, Calvino, Cassieri, Cassola, Ginzburg, Lampedusa, Levi, Marotta, Moravia, Ortese, Pavese, Pratolini, Rea, Silone, Soldati, Vittorini; accompanying text includes profiles of the authors, exercises, and vocabulary. (Certificate of Knowledge of the Italian Language) is an official language qualification exam offered by the Università per Stranieri di Perugia.
49 minutes IT 1.020 Conversational review program for intermediate-advanced students; features on-location recordings; focuses on speaking, listening, and reading skills needed for everyday communication; includes text, instructor’s manual. 3 hours fifteen songs; words are slowly read, then each song is sung; afterwards, a series of simple questions is asked of each song and answers are given in support of student’s response; the booklet contains the songs in Italian, with their English translations as well as the questions and answers, some grammar points and other comments. 1–6 Anno XI Italy: European Language Institute © 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Advanced-level, Italian language magazine the two volumes of 60 photographs each are intended to provide visual stimuli for discussion and conversation activity in the language classroom; also available: Teacher’s Guide (by Anthony Mollica, Julie Ashcroft, and Anne-Marie Finger) containing questions for each photograph. Firenze 2 sets of color slides featuring famous works of art and architecture found in the city and galleries of Florence.
71 minutes IT 1.001 LP recording; eighteen lessons to aid in comprehension of the spoken language; a phrase is spoken by a native speaker, then a pause for student repetition, followed by a repeat by another speaker; the printed manual shows the key words of each lesson to aid in audiovisual assimilation; an Italian–English/English–Italian dictionary and an English translation of each lesson are also provided. Set #1: 100 slides Set #2: 60 slides Lucca 12 color slides of noted architectural sites in Lucca.
Average episode: 5–8 minutes Total time: 3 hours 6 minutes IT 1.017 A program for beginners in Italian, based entirely on conversations and interviews with Italians recorded in Italy; cassettes contain pronunciation practice, a selection of the conversations printed in the book, and exercises for student participation; accompanying book includes the text of the conversations and interviews, explanations and notes on the language, information about Italy, and numerous exercises; video series, teacher’s guide, and “notes for teachers” also available. The leader turns a caged sphere of numbered balls which spill out in succession, and correspond to the numbers on the contestants’ sheets.
In Italian with optional Italian subtitles for the hearing impaired Versione Theatrical: 1 hour 41 minutes Versione Worldwide: 1 hour 33 minutes Region 1 (NTSC) DVD Daniela Zanzotto (2004) This documentary follows Sicilian photographer, journalist, anti-Mafia activist, and environmental politician Letizia Battaglia as she reflects on her unconventional life.
As she walks us through her city and canvas, Palermo she recounts her own inner pain, as well as the pain of others that she has captured through her lens.
In Italian with on-screen English subtitles 58 minutes Region 2 (PAL) DVD Marco Bellocchio (2012) Euthanasia, literally from the Greek meaning a “good death,” is the passionately controversial social issue surrounding the final days of the life of Eluana Englaro, a woman in a persistent vegetative state who died in 2009.
Fellini satirizes the inhabitants of the town, including the famous and voluptuous Gradisca (Magali Noël), as well as their adventures and the town’s traditions; Disc 2 includes: the 45-minute documentary ; a video interview with Magali Noël; audio interviews with Fellini, his friends and family; Fellini’s drawings of characters in the film; film restoration demonstration; also included: accompanying book featuring Fellini’s 1967 essay “My Rimini.” In Italian with optional English subtitles; also available: optional English-dubbed version 2 hours 3 minutes Region 1 (NTSC) black and white DVD Michelangelo Antonioni (1955) When beautiful Cleila opens a fashion salon in Rome, she is welcomed into a group of wealthy, dramatic socialites, who mix themselves up with sex, love, and suicide.
The film captures a period in which women are just beginning to realize their independence.