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ROME 2021 Alice nella Città

Alice nella Città met l’accent sur les jeunes générations

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- Du 14 au 24 octobre, ce rendez-vous dédié à la jeunesse va présenter le meilleur du cinéma italien et international, par des réalisateurs comme Kenneth Branagh, Céline Sciamma et Louis Garrel

Alice nella Città met l’accent sur les jeunes générations
Belfast de Kenneth Branagh

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The 19th edition of Alice nella Città will take place in Rome from 14 to 24 October, within the framework of the Festa del Cinema. Attentive to the themes linked to the younger generations, the festival opens with the European premiere of Ghostbusters: Legacy and will present a programme of world premieres, films, documentaries and short films in competition, plus the selection of Sintonie, the new programme line conceived in collaboration with the Venice Film Festival and the Berlinale, which will include four films from Venice 78 and three films from Generation 14plus. The programme is completed by 3 series, 4 restorations and 20 short films.

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Dario Albertini's Anima bella, the only Italian film in the Young Adult Competition, is a profound and authentic look at family relationships, while in Céline Sciamma's Petite Maman [+lire aussi :
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, childhood clashes with the cycle of life and death. Kenneth Branagh in Belfast [+lire aussi :
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reconstructs his coming-of-age story in his hometown during the turmoil of Northern Ireland in the late 1960s, with an exceptional cast: Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds and newcomer Jude Hill. Samuel Theis in his second feature Softie [+lire aussi :
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captures the inner life of a child trying to deal with both his growing sexuality and the difficulties of relationships with the adult world. Female stories from Mexican Tatiana Huezo with Prayers for the Stolen [+lire aussi :
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, Elie Grappe, director of Olga [+lire aussi :
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who in his debut (already submitted by Switzerland for the 2022 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film), brings the revolutionary message of a young gymnast, and Michaela Pavlátová who directs a 2D animated film, My Sunny Maad [+lire aussi :
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, about the search for identity. Based on the novel by Arthur Loustalot, The Hive [+lire aussi :
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directed by Christophe Hermans offers a reflection on norm and deviance and is echoed by The Justice of Bunny King by Gaysorn Thavat, on possible ways of being in the world. Finally, Mamoru Hosoda returns to Alice nella Città with his long-awaited new anime Belle.

Out of competition, we find Souad [+lire aussi :
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by Egyptian director Ayten Amin; Cusp, a documentary filmed in vérité style by Isabel Bethencourt and Parker Hill; Futura [+lire aussi :
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, a collective investigation by Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi and Alice Rohrwacher; and The Crusade [+lire aussi :
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, in which actor and director Louis Garrel stages the hopes of a group of kids from the Greta Generation. Special screenings for Andrea Arnold's new film, Cow [+lire aussi :
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, five years after American Honey [+lire aussi :
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Q&A : Andrea Arnold
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, and Lamb [+lire aussi :
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, Valdimar Jóhannsson's debut feature with Noomi Rapace and Hilmir Snaer Gudnason.

In Panorama Italiano, dedicated to young talents, we find The Legionnaire [+lire aussi :
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, with which Hleb Papou, a Belarusian "naturalised" Roman, tackles the theme of second generations; Lorenzo Pallotta's first feature, Sacro moderno, tells the story of the lives of the last four boys in a ghost town in the Abruzzo mountains; Francesco Montagner's Brotherhood [+lire aussi :
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focuses on the lives of a group of Bosnian brothers. Other titles include La tana [+lire aussi :
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by Beatrice Baldacci, Takeaway [+lire aussi :
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by Renzo Carbonera, Mancino naturale [+lire aussi :
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by Salvatore Allocca; Come prima by Tommy Weber, Corpo a corpo by Maria Iovine, War is Over by Stefano Obino, Let's Kiss by Filippo Vendemmiati. There will also be Special Screenings of Sempre più bello by Claudio Norza, Anni da Cane by Fabio Mollo, Una notte da dottore by Guido Chiesa, and Un mondo in più by Luigi Pane.

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