ISCHIA TO BE VISITED BY SEX SYMBOLS

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Article Date: June 28, 2005 | Publication: Ischiaglobal | Author: Press Release
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FIENNES, BUTLER, BOVA, AND MUNIZ ALONGSIDE MANUELA ARCURI, BIANCA GUACCERO, ANDREA OSVART AND NATSHA STEFANENKO

Fascinating Oscar winner Joseph Fiennes (“Shakespeare in Love,” “The Merchant of Venice”), Joel Schumacher’s mysterious phantom, Gerard Butler, and the prince of reality TV, Sergio Muniz, will challenge the appeal of Italian sex-symbol Raoul Bova: This will occur at the Regina Isabella Hotel of Ischia, where some of the most handsome men from the international cinema will be the stars of the 3rd Annual Ischia Global Film & Music Fest and the Kimbo Cinema Forum, scheduled for July 10 through July 15.

Alongside these stars will be their “diva” counterparts Manuela Arcuri, Natasha Stefanenko (“Godmother” of the Russian section of the festival), and Asia Argento, who will present the film “Land of the Dead,” the latest horror masterpiece by George Romero which is soon to receive its Italian release following its success at the American box office.

The news of the upcoming arrival of Joseph Fiennes, Gerard Butler, Raoul Bova and others has mobilized numerous teenagers who hope to find rooms in the Regina Isabella Hotel, acquiring rooms despite the elevated costs due to the current reservations held by the Ischia International Arts Academy (Presided over by Giancarlo Carriero), who intend to protect the privacy of its guests, award winners or not.

All of the young stars will participate, during the course of the week of Ischia Global, in the sessions of the Kimbo Cinema Forum dedicated to the young actors of the most renowned artistic schools of Europe; personalities that will be involved with the President of the National School of Cinema – Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Caterina d’Amica, alongside the manager of the Ischia International Arts Academy. The theme of the meetingconfrontation with the stars of the big screen and the youth will be the Kimbo Cinema Forum session entitled: “CINEMA: A TECHNIQUE THAT IS TAUGHT OR A TALENT THAT IS CULTIVATED?”

Leading the awards, Joseph Fiennes will receive the Ischia Calgaro Award on Wednesday, July 13, along with the producersdistributors of “The Merchant of Venice,” Barry Navidi, Edvige Fenech, and Luciano Sovena of the Luce Institute.