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Une édition virtuelle pour l’événement états-unien “Cinema Italian Style”

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- Le rendez-vous sera accessible de partout aux États-Unis entre le 10 et le 17 décembre. Dix titres sont au programme, dont le film qui représente l’Italie pour les nominations aux Oscars : Notturno

Une édition virtuelle pour l’événement états-unien “Cinema Italian Style”
Notturno de Gianfranco Rosi

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Italian cinema can be seen in the entire United States from today, Thursday 10 December, for one week, with Cinema Italian Style, the programme organised and promoted by the Istituto Luce-Cinecittà which has chosen not to close and, thanks to its collaboration with the Seattle International Film Festival, relaunches with a special online edition dedicated to Federico Fellini in the year of his centenary.

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Until 17 December, the annual meeting of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle transforms itself into an edition available in the entire expanse of the United States, giving the selected films the opportunity to be seen on a fundamental territory of the global market.

Like every year, Cinema Italian Style supports and symbolically launches in the USA the film chosen by Italy to compete at the Oscars: this time it is Notturno [+lire aussi :
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by Gianfranco Rosi, which is making its way around the main international festivals (and which yesterday entered the top five at the British Independent Film Awards, for Best International Independent Film).

In competition are some films that premiered at international festivals, such as Hidden Away [+lire aussi :
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by Giorgio Diritti with a noteworthy performance from Elio Germano, winner at the Berlinale, and Padrenostro [+lire aussi :
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by Claudio Noce, whose star Perfrancesco Favino won the Volpi Cup at the Venice International Film Festival; some comedies about current social issues such as Figli [+lire aussi :
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by Giuseppe Bonito, and Everything’s Gonna Be Alright [+lire aussi :
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by Francesco Bruni, the closing film at the latest Festa del Cinema in Rome; and two titles signed by younger directors, namely Gli uomini d’oro [+lire aussi :
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by Vincenzo Alfieri and The Champion [+lire aussi :
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by Leonardo D’Agostini, with promising new talent Andrea Carpenzano.

Also featured are The Goddess of Fortune [+lire aussi :
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, from Ferzan Ozpetek, a director also appreciated in America, and The Ties [+lire aussi :
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by Daniele Luchetti, the applauded opening film at Venice 2020. Finally, still from the Lido, is Assandira [+lire aussi :
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by Salvatore Mereu.

Four short films are also in selection: Inverno by Giulio Mastromauro, winner of the David di Donatello, Giorgio by Arianna Mattioli, and Solitaire by Edoardo Natoli, seen in Venice, Il muro bianco by Andrea Brusa and Marco Scotuzzi, selected in many festivals including that of Clermont-Ferrand.

The films will be accompanied by video interviews and commentaries from the filmmakers and the actors, available in streaming for the accredited audience, for them to share their impressions and secrets from their sets.

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