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Isola del cinema revient sur le Tibre inclusive, durable et jumelée avec Paris

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- La 28e édition de la manifestation cinématographique estivale romaine aura lieu du 16 juin au 3 septembre, de nouveau en présentiel, sur l’île Tiberina

Isola del cinema revient sur le Tibre inclusive, durable et jumelée avec Paris
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More open to the world, inclusive, sustainable and fortified by its Time Out classification as one of the most picturesque arenas in the world, Isola del Cinema – the International Film and Culture Festival - the longest summertime film event in Rome which is now at its 28th edition - is returning in person to its usual base, Tiber Island, from 16 June to 3 September. It’s an eighty-day programme set to showcase the latest hits from the past film season, as well as hosting tributes to directors and actors (including Monica Vitti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Vittorio Gassmann and Ugo Tognazzi), meetings with Italian and international guests, conferences, masterclasses and other artistic events (music, photography, poetry, virtual reality), all with the aim of zero impact on the environment.

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A new addition this year is the festival’s twinning with Paris, which will herald two simultaneous events held in both European capitals: New Wave on the Tiber, which will make New Wave films and modern works available to Isola viewers, and Dolcevita-Sur-Seine, taking place on the banks of the Parisian river between 9 and 13 July, which will host the first Paris-based retrospective of Carlo Verdone, among other events. It’s the first step within a wider plan entitled Rivers of Europe which aims, as explained by the Isola del Cinema’s founder and Chair Giorgio Ginori, “to connect European cities which have expanded along riverways, and, in time, to involve all 27 European countries in this network”. The full programme for the festival’s first twinning will be unveiled on 29 June in a Paris-based press conference.

Meanwhile, the most highly anticipated evening events unfolding in Rome in June include those dedicated to Freaks Out [+lire aussi :
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by Gabriele Mainetti and to Diabolik [+lire aussi :
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by the Manetti Bros., in the presence of their respective directors. Likewise topping the bill, we’ll find The Hand of God [+lire aussi :
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by Paolo Sorrentino, Marx Can Wait [+lire aussi :
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by Marco Bellocchio, Petite Maman [+lire aussi :
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by Céline Sciamma, Spencer [+lire aussi :
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by Pablo Larraìn, The Inner Cage [+lire aussi :
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by Leonardo Di Costanzo, Gli idoli delle donne [+lire aussi :
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by Lillo & Greg, Swing Ride [+lire aussi :
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interview : Chiara Bellosi
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by Chiara Bellosi, Alcarràs [+lire aussi :
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interview : Carla Simón
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by Carla Simon and Licorice Pizza by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Isola Mondo (“International Island”), a line-up put together in collaboration with embassies and cultural institutes which has been hosting and presenting the best of international film since 1995, will be placing focus on England this year, by way of a tribute to director and screenwriter Clare Peploe, as well as on Brazil, Japan and Cuba. The Europe Cinema section, on the other hand, includes The Worst Person in the World [+lire aussi :
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by Joachim Trier, Flee [+lire aussi :
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interview : Jonas Poher Rasmussen
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by Jonas Poher Rasmussen, Titane [+lire aussi :
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interview : Julia Ducournau, Vincent L…
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by Julia Ducournau, Full Time [+lire aussi :
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by Éric Gravel, Belfast [+lire aussi :
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by Kenneth Branagh and Parallel Mothers [+lire aussi :
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by Pedro Almodóvar.

As for Italian film, nine summer Mondays will be devoted to the directorial debuts of male and female filmmakers from the last two film seasons, who will then battle it out for the First and Second Works Award, renamed OPS!. Dario Albertini’s second movie Anima bella [+lire aussi :
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, scheduled for 20 June, is set to kick things off, with other titles on the agenda including Settembre [+lire aussi :
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by Giulia Steigerwalt, Small Body [+lire aussi :
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interview : Laura Samani
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by Laura Samani, Una femmina – The Code of Silence [+lire aussi :
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interview : Francesco Costabile
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by Francesco Costabile, The Tale of King Crab [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alessio Rigo de Righi et M…
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by Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis, and The Miracle Child [+lire aussi :
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by Silvia Brunelli. The winner of the Audience Award is due to be announced at the end of the summer.

FSR - Fuoco sul Reale (“Focus on Reality Film”) will present a series of Italian and international documentaries, ushering in the new season on 18 June with Massimo d’Orzi’s Bosnia Express [+lire aussi :
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before pressing on with Francesca Borghetti’s documentary Climbing Iran [+lire aussi :
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. Last but not least, the European Women Filmmakers section, which is now at its fifth edition, will dedicate a focus to women directors hailing from the Czech Republic.

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