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Virtual film screenings


Virtual film screenings

Virtual Film Screenings


Susanna Nicchiarelli Film Series

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Susanna Nicchiarelli, after receiving her degree in philosophy in Rome, and her specialization at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa, she graduated in Film Directing at the Experimental Center of Cinematography in Rome in 2004. She began her career working with Nanni Moretti, directing one of the Sacher Diaries produced by Sacher Film, which was presented at the Venice International Film Festival. She directed her first feature film, Cosmonauta, (Cosmonaut) in 2009, winner of the Controcampo prize at the Venice International Film Festival and which was nominated for best debut film for the David di Donatello and Nastri d'Argento Awards, followed by La Scoperta dell'Alba (Discovery at Dawn) in 2013, which was presented at the Rome International Film Festival. She also directed two stop-motion animation shorts: Sputnik 5, presented at the Venice International Film Festival, which won the Nastro d'Argento award and was distributed in theaters together with the film Cosmonauta, and Esca Viva, presented at the Rome International Film Festival in 2012. She participated in the 74th Venice International Film Festival with Nico, 1988, the biopic focusing on the last years of the life of singer Christa Päffgen, aka Nico. This critically acclaimed film won the Best Film award in the Horizons section at the Venice International Film Festival. In 2020, her latest feature film, Miss Marx, was presented at the 77th Venice International Film Festival, received the Nastro d'Argento Best Film award in 2021, and received 11 nominations and 3 David di Donatello awards, including best soundtrack.

6/04 - 6/07 Cosmonauta, directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli (2008, 80min)

6/11 - 6/14 La scoperta dell'alba, directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli (2012, 92min)

6/18 - 6/21 Miss Marx, directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli (2020, 107min)



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