Pescara. Last appointments for “Cinema under the Stars”, a survey organized by the Pescaresi Manifestations Authority in collaboration with Multicinema srl, which during the entire month of August turned the Teatro d’Annunzio into a breathtaking open-air cinema every evening, with a billboard with twenty films including nine with free admission, including quality Italian and foreign films, previews, first releases, family films and special events.
So we start again on Monday, August 21st with Barbie, a blockbuster directed by Greta Gerwig (full ticket €7.50, reduced price €5). The most famous doll in the world comes to life with the face of Margot Robbie: forced to leave Barbieland and its perfection, Barbie is sent to the real world, where she has many adventures and help for the people she meets, until she finds herself on her way home again.
On Tuesday, August 22, with free admission, it will be the turn of “Mixed Arry”, a story of passion and dream that, from its base in Naples, becomes an incredible international adventure. The film received 5 nominations and received 3 silver ribbons. Saturday, August 26th, always with free admission, will feature “Air – The Story of the Big Jump,” a film directed by Ben Affleck and starring Ben Affleck and Matt Damon that tells the story of shoe salesman Sonny Vaccaro and how he led Nike to search for the greatest athlete ever sports Michael Jordan. On Monday, August 28, the week will open with the biopic “Emily” about the youth of the British poet and writer Emily Brontë. The free admission film marks the directorial debut of Anglo-Australian actress Frances O’Connor, who previously starred in a period film based on the great English novelist Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park novel. It closes on Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 August with the resumption of two highly anticipated screenings, both with free admission, that were missed due to bad weather: “L’ombra di Caravaggio” directed by Michele Placido with Riccardo Scamarchio, Louis Garrel . , Isabelle Huppert and Micaela Ramazzotti, and The First Day of My Life, a tale of resilience directed by Paolo Genovese with a star-studded cast of Pescara’s Toni Servillo, Valerio Mastandrea, Margherita Bui and Sara Serraiocco.
The box office of the Teatro Annunzio will open at 18:00 for free tickets, in case of free screenings and at 19:30 for the purchase of tickets for paid screenings. Shows starting at 21:15 will be canceled in the event of rain. For information, you can call 342.9549562.