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The first edition of the “Swedish Film goes Capri” at Villa San Michele has successfully concluded

The Swedish Film Festival saw a massive audience attendance
Guests Ivan Zazzaroni, Martin Bengtsson, Michele Rosiello, Denise Capezza, Erasmo Genzini,
Kristina Lindström, Kristian Petri, Jan Björklund

The first edition of the "Swedish Film goes Capri" review at Villa San Michele in Anacapri, a Swedish film festival in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy, ​​has come to an end. Organized by the Axel Munthe Foundation, directed by superintendent Kristina Kappelin, with the patronage of the Consulate of Sweden, the Campania Region, the City of Capri, the Municipality of Anacapri, the SIAE, the Embassy of Sweden and in collaboration with Capri Palace Jumeirah, and Staiano Tour Capri.
Cocktail reception inside the famous sculpture loggia packed with regulars of island events, representatives of the institutions of the two municipalities, law enforcement agencies, anticipated the meetings on the panoramic terrace of the Swedish residence. The guests of the show, including: the journalist Ivan Zazzaroni, the former sportsman Martin Bengtsson, the actors Michele Rosiello, Denise Capezza and Erasmo Genzini were allowed to take souvenir photos with the public who came to watch the debates and the films. Superintendent Kristina Kappelin welcomed the Swedish ambassador Jan Björklund showing him the beauties of Villa San Michele and, given the strong enthusiasm and warm participation in the event, made an appointment for a new edition.

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The first edition of the “Swedish Film goes Capri” at Villa San Michele has successfully concluded