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FESTIVALES / PREMIOS Italia

El Festival de Milán pondrá el foco sobre el cine del cambio

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- Del 4 al 10 de octubre la ciudad italiana acogerá la 24a edición del evento dirigido por Gabriele Salvatores, con siete títulos seleccionados en la competición internacional de largometrajes

El Festival de Milán pondrá el foco sobre el cine del cambio
The Beach Bum, de Harmony Korine

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New dates and a brand new setting are in the offing for the Milan Film Festival, which will be held from 4-10 October at The Space Cinema Odeon, with Gabriele Salvatores heading up artistic direction for the second year running, flanked by Alessandro Beretta. The twenty-fourth edition of the event will also be launching its new Industry section, which is scheduled to run from Saturday 5-Tuesday 8 October.

The opening of this year’s Festival has been entrusted to the new stoner comedy by Harmony Korine, The Beach Bum [+lee también:
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, starring Matthew McConaughey, and two competitive sections are likewise in the line-up, namely the International Feature Film Competition, which comprises 7 first and second works set to be screened in Italian premieres, and the International Short Film Competition, comprising 41 shorts, all helmed by directors under 40 years of age and hailing from more than 30 different countries.

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“Change” is the theme uniting all of the works selected within the International Feature Film Competition; first and foremost in the sense of growth, a “coming of age” - that is, the transition to adulthood - but also as regards a shift in mentality or social status, such as that observed in the American work Swallow [+lee también:
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(US/France) by Carlo Mirabella-Davis. For its part, Koko-di Koko-da [+lee también:
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entrevista: Johannes Nyholm
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(Switzerland/Denmark), Johannes Nyholm’s second film after the cult work The Giant [+lee también:
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(2016), touches upon the theme of a battle, while A Certain Kind of Silence [+lee también:
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entrevista: Michal Hogenauer
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(Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Latvia) by Czech director Michal Hogenauer, follows a young woman who unwittingly ends up in an ultra-conservative sect. The Sharks [+lee también:
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(Argentina/Spain/Uruguay) by Lucía Garibaldi explores a relationship between teenagers, whereas Guerilla [+lee también:
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, by Hungary’s György Mór Kárpáti, sees the torments of youth come face to face with the cruelty of 1849’s Hungarian Revolution. In O Fim do Mundo [+lee también:
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entrevista: Basil Da Cunha
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by Swiss-Portuguese director Basil Da Cunha, the outskirts of Lisbon form the backdrop of a violent but choral story of one young man’s education, while the group rite of passage embarked upon in American director Tyler Taormina’s Ham on Rye is full of colour and song. Jury judges will include the likes of actress Margherita Buy, associate editor of British film magazine Little White Lies Hannah Woodhead and screenwriter Maurizio Braucci (Martin Eden [+lee también:
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by Pietro Marcello).

Looking towards the national cinema landscape, “Incontri italiani/Italian Encounters”, will showcase the richness and vivacity of independent Italian film, screening works such as Fulci For Fake [+lee también:
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by Simone Scafidi and The Disappearance of My Mother [+lee también:
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by Beniamino Barrese in the presence of their directors. Other sections featuring in the Festival programme are “The Outsiders”, offering up titles by now well-known masters, including The Souvenir [+lee también:
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by English filmmaker Joanna Hogg, Technoboss [+lee también:
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by Portugal’s João Nicolau and First Love [+lee también:
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by Takashi Miike; “My Screen”, which will see social-media celebrities and artists come together to reveal their favourite films; “Focus Animation”, offering a sneak peek of new trends in international animation; “Immigration Day”, an event which has been organised in collaboration with Naga for a number of years now, with this year’s edition centring on Ai Weiwei’s new documentary The Rest [+lee también:
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, and; last but not least, “Special Events”, where a number of exclusive premieres are set to be held, along the lines of Nyman’s Earthquakes – “work in progress” ungraded and with temporary sound mix by the composer and musician Michael Nyman.

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