Homesick Remedy

Hello to all you expats out there in Roma land. This article will hopefully help rid yourself of all those nostalgic urges of home baked cookies by your Mom, the emptiness without your little pooch on your lap watching the soaps or listening to some decent tunes besides 80’s or retro that is blasted on the radio waves here in Rome.

Catch up on the world of music



See a Flick in original language

• Alcazar
1 screen cinema based in Trastevere shows films in English on a Monday
At: Via Merry Del Val 14, 00153 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 588 0099

• Nuovo Olimpia
Small two-screened cinema just off Via Del Corso shows original language films only
At: Via In Lucina 16/g, 00186 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 686 1068

• Nuovo Sacher
Original language films shown on a Monday in this one-screen cinema owned by film director Nanni Moretti
For programme details:
At: Largo Ascianghi 1, 00153 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 581 8116

• Warner Village Cinemas
Mulitiplex cinema with five screens has occasional screenings of blockbuster films in English
Listings and pre-bookings available online:
At: Piazza Della Repubblica 45, 00185 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 477 79202

• Casa Del Cinema
Two-screened cinema situated in the grounds of Villa Borghese. Shows past and present films occasionally in original language. Films change on a weekly or 15 day basis
See website for programme details:
At: Villa Borghese, Casina Delle Rose (near Via Veneto), 00197 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 423 601

• Cinema Trevi
Small cinema near the Trevi fountain with occasional showings of films in original language
Films change daily and for programme details:
At: Vicolo Del Puttarello 2, 00187 Rome (RM)
Tel: 06 678 1206


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Richard's a well seasoned traveller having lived and travelled in South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. Having settled in Rome since 2010 he has good grasp of the lingo and locals.
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