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The Festival of Italian Film, held this year at the Yugoslav Cinematheque Film Archives from 6-9th December, has once again offered a selection of the best Italian films produced in the last two years.

Film lovers had the opportunity to see five films of different genres, with the festival opened by Alessandro Aronadio’s comedy Ears, in which one of the roles is played by Milena Vukotić, an Italian actress of Montenegrin origin.

Next, were shown films The Legendary Giulia and Other Miracles and They Call Me Jeeg Robot, by Gabriele Mainetti, and Vincenzo Salemme’s Se mi lasci non vale, while the festival closed with Claudio Caligari’s drama Don’t Be Bad.

The festival was opened by Davide Scalmani, Director of the Italian Cultural Institute in Belgrade.

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