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Keeping Cinema Alive By Restoring Older Films

  14.07.15 11:30am

I've been going to the Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival in Bologna for four years, and it's always a treat. There's the joy of discovering newly restored old films that are often better than most new films. There's the spectacular city of Bologna, site of the first university founded in Europe in 1088, and graced with the most amazing churches on every block. And then there's the food. Bologna is the center of the slow food movement in Europe, and the combination of traditional Italian food made with local organic produce is unbeatable.

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