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The Man Who Didn't Change History



The Man Who Didn't Change History

Film screening (76’) followed by Q&A with director Enrico Caria.

The documentary by Enrico Caria is freely inspired by the diaries of archaeologist and art historian Ranuccio Bianchi Bandinelli, Il viaggio del Fuehrer in Italia, and made with the images from the archives of Istituto Luce - Cinecittà.

"Ranuccio Bianchi Bandinelli is a renowned figure among Italian art historians and archaeologists. A lesser-known fact is that, forced to serve as a guide for Hitler and Mussolini during the Nazi leader's trip to Italy, he considered the idea of organizing an assassination attempt to get rid of the two unwelcome dictators. Caria reconstructs the incredible affair with irony and documentary precision, raising questions that continue to be relevant today." (Alberto Barbera, director of the Venice Film Festival).

The Man Who Didn't Change History participated to the 73rd Venice International Film Festival in 2016 in the section Giornate degli Autori. In 2017 it won the "Globo d’Oro", Prize of the Foreign Press in Italy, as best documentary.


Enrico Caria collaborated with newspapers and magazines such as La Repubblica, Il Mattino, Paese Sera, Cuore, Il Manifesto, Il Fatto Quotidiano and with the TV show Le Iene.
He has written for the radio, TV and cinema. As a director he worked with, among others, Alessandro Haber, Milena Vukotich, Isabella Rossellini, Roberto Saviano. He published three books: Bandidos, L'uomo che cambiava idea and Indagine su un mago senza testa.



Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Time: From 6:00 pm To 8:00 pm

Organized by : IIC Londra

Entry : Free


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