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Complimentary Tickets - CineItaliano! 2018


  • The Grand Cinema Element Kowloon Hong Kong (map)
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The Center for the Arts has received some complimentary tickets of Cine Italiano! (13-23 Sep 2018) for students and staff.
 

Screening:

*The screening will be attended by the director and/or actor

15-Sep (Sat), 17:45 - Nico, 1988

16-Sep (Sun), 14:30 - Euforia

16-Sep (Sun), 16:45 - Naples in Veils

20-Sep (Thu), 19:30 - Name of a Woman

21-Sep (Fri), 19:30 - There's No Place Like Home

22-Sep (Sat), 21:30 - Love and Bullets

Venue: The Grand Cinema, Elements, Kowloon, HK


Register now to get your free tickets! (Original price: $76 per ticket).

Online Registration: click here

  • For HKUST staff members and students
  • Please use HKUST email address to register.
  • You are advised to register for two tickets maximum. Please make sure to use the tickets.

Ticket Redemption

Official tickets of "Cine Italiano! 2018" can be redeemed in the office of HKUST Center for the Arts. Please present your Staff/Student card and Eventbrite confirmation to our staff for identification.

Location: Rm 6401, Academic Building (via Lift no. 25 & 26)
Opening hours: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. , 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

If registrants do not pick up tickets within 2 days after the online registration, the tickets will be released to other UST members on waiting list.


About Cine Italiano!

Benvenuto to the 7th edition of Cine Italiano! – Cinema Italian Style in Hong Kong, co-presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society, with Istituto Luce Cinecittà, the Italian Cultural Institute in Hong Kong and the Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong.

This year’s festival will open with the compelling crime thriller Dogman, winner of eight Italian Silver Ribbon Awards including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor for the superb Marcello Fonte, who also won the Best Actor award in Cannes. Through a revenge saga of a frightening good man tempted by evil, Matteo Garrone delivers a parable about fascism. From hell to heaven is Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece Death in Venice – its excellent characterization and visualization is a triumph of filmmaking.

A bewildering versatility in film selection promises to lure audiences with different tastes – exhilarating romance comes in the Mafia musical of Love and Bullets, and the imaginative fascination of Naples in Veils; family-oriented audiences will find aching resonance in There’s No Place Like Home and brotherly affection in Euforia; #me-too supporters can celebrate success in the rock music of Nico, 1988, and the unyielding gallantry in Name of a Woman.


*Email requests to the Center for the Arts will not be entertained.