A New York welcome
- The Lincoln Centre is hosting the 3rd edition of “Open Roads”, the festival dedicated to Italian cinema, from 30 May to 12 June. Many of the titles selected will be released in the US
The very best of recent Italian film production will be on show at the Lincoln Centre in New York from 30 May to 12 June at the third edition of “Open Roads”. Organised by Italia Cinema and the Lincoln Centre’s Film Society, this year’s programme includes features, shorts, animated films and tributes to past masters of the art of filmmaking in Italy.
“Open Roads” is an extremely valuable instrument for the promotion of Italian culture and trade given that representatives of all the leading US studios and companies attend. “Open Roads 3” will open with the US premieres of Enzo Monteleone’s El Alamein, followed by Dillo con parole mie by Daniele Lucchetti. The programme also includes La Felicità Non Costa Niente by Mimmo Calopresti, Aprimi il cuore by Giada Colagrande, Casomai by Alessandro D’Alatri, Ultimo Stadio by Ivano De Matteo, La forza del passato [+see also:
interview: Piergiorgio Gay
film profile] by Piergiorgio Gay, Un'ora sola ti vorrei by Alina Marazzi, Estranei alla massa by Vincenzo Marra, Pater Familias [+see also:
interview: Francesco Patierno
film profile] by Francesco Patierno, L'anima gemella [+see also:
film profile] by Sergio Rubini, Due amici [+see also:
film profile] by Spiro Scimone and Francesco Sframeli, My name is Tanino [+see also:
film profile] by Paolo Virzì and Velocità Massima by Daniele Vicari.
One of the main highlights of this event will be the screening of two Italian classics, Luigi Comencini’s Adventures of Pinocchio and Vittorio De Sica’s Giudizio Universale. The short and animated line up includes Rosso fango by Paolo Ameli, In Utero by Ila Beka, L’ultimo rimasto in piedi by Ugo Capoluto, Stretta di mano by Davide Marengo, Playgirl by Fabio Tagliavia, Radioportogutenberg by Alessandro Vanucci, La funambola by Roberto Catani and L.City by Sandro del Rodario.
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