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Virtual film screenings

 

Virtual film screenings

Virtual Film Screenings

 

Reinterpretations

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We will be presenting two films which, together with They Call Me Jeeg, the final film in the series dedicated to Luca Marinelli, constitute a trilogy of films that feature an ideal dialogue between the cultural and visual references found in Italian and American film genres. These three films, They Call Me Jeeg, Italian Race, and I Can Quit Whenever I Want, feature narratives, characters, editing and photography commonplace in contemporary American cinema, which are reworked and filtered through the sensitivity, lightness and irony of the best Italian comedy and enriched with biting criticism and social analysis.

4/30 - 5/3  Italian Race (Veloce come il vento), by Matteo Rovere 2016, 119 min.

5/14 - 5/17 I Can Quit Whenever I Want (Smetto quando voglio), by Sydney Sibilia 2013, 105 min.

 

  

Animation Films

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For youngsters and for those who wish to stay young at heart and discover some of the masterpieces of Italian animation, we will be presenting two contemporary classics by animation master Enzo D'Alò, as well as the recent masterpiece, destined to become a classic, the first animated feature film by Lorenzo Mattotti, one of the most imaginative and influential contemporary illustration artists in the world. La Gabbianella e il Gatto and Momo alla conquista del tempo, are extraordinary visual reinterpretations based respectively on The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly by Luis Sepulveda, Momo by Michal Ende, and the eponymous novel by Dino Buzzati.

5/7 - 5/10 La Gabbianella e il Gatto by Enzo D'Alò, 1998, 76 min.

5/21 - 5/24 Momo alla conquista del tempo, by Enzo D'Alò 2001, 80 min.

 


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