Films under the stars, the best films of the previous season and some premieres at the Supercinema Estivo in Modena with the best Italian, European and international cinema: from 12 July to 9 August, for the second part of the programming, “The Menu” by Anya Taylor- Mark Mylod and Colin Farrell with Joey and Ralph Fiennes, “The Spirits of the Island” by Martin McDonagh, Italians “Drot” and “Someone Over There Loves Me” by Paolo Virzo, Massimo Troisi tribute signed Mario Marten By. The highly anticipated two premieres are scheduled: “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning” by Christopher McQuarrie with Tom Cruise and “Indiana Jones and the Quadrant of Destiny” by James Mangold with Harrison Ford. Membership in the campaign “Cinema Revolution, what a summer show” with a rich selection of Italian and European films with a single admission ticket for 3.50 euros, will continue until 3 September, which has already contributed to access the first half of the season . The summer arena, which seats approximately 800, is more usable and inclusive.
Italian cinema in “Accade Domani” review
The venue for Italian cinema with the review “Accade Domani: A Year of Italian Cinema”, in collaboration with Fies Emilia Romagna and the Emilia Romagna Region, which presents the most interesting films and documentaries of the recently concluded season. Mystery Evening, July 14 (again August 5) with “The Last Night of Love” by Andrea Di Stefano, which tells the story of Franco Amore, a police lieutenant who is assigned to investigate a crime scene the night before his retirement. is called. would change the course of his life forever. With Pierfrancesco Favino. “La Stranazza”, written by Roberto Ando (July 17 and August 7), is a hymn of love to the theatre, which is set in 1920 when the tribute to Verga’s eightieth birthday is the occasion for Louis Pirandello’s return to Sicily. The cast features Tony Servillo and a new cast of the duo Ficarra and Picone.
Paolo Virzo returns to choral comedy with “Drought”, Friday 21 July, a history of imprisonment, in a mental journey that has the city of Rome as its ideal setting. With Claudia Pandolfi, Silvio Orlando and Valerio Mastandrea. One of the most loved Italian films by audiences and critics is back: “The Eight Mountains” (July 23, August 8) written by Felix van Groeningen and Charlotte Vandermeersch, the same name of Paolo Cagnetti, winner of the Strega Prize Film adaptation of the novel by. , which narrates the story of Pietro and Bruno, their friendship and the attractive power of the mountain, played by Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi. This film was awarded in Cannes. On July 26 comes “Scordato” written by Rocco Papellio, an intimate and melancholy work on family ties and the need to forgive and forgive oneself. Among the cast we find singer Giorgia. A story about the power of starting again when everything around seems to be crumbling is told in “The first day of my life” by Paolo Genovese (July 27), amidst a fiery affair of spiritual realms and emotions . With Margherita Bye, Tony Servillo, Valerio Mastandrea. On Friday July 28 comes Riccardo Milani’s “Thank you friends”, an adaptation of Emmanuel Courcol’s French film Un Triomphe, which tells the story of Antonio Cerami, an unemployed theater actor who agrees to direct a theater workshop in prison. takes place and, excited, puts on stage “Waiting for Godot” written by Beckett with a group of prisoners. With Antonio Albanese, Vinicio Marchioni and Giacomo Ferrara. The spectacular return of Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo, Sunday 30 July, in Massimo Venier’s “The Big Day”, which ironically recounts the countless disasters that befell the wedding of great ambitions. On July 31, a journey through the unforgettable history of Massimo Troisi, with Mario Martone’s docufilm “Someone loves me over there”, about his legend and genius through previously unpublished materials, on the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of his birth Tells August begins with Nanni Moretti’s (Tuesday 1st) “Il Sole dell’Avenire”, fresh off a Cannes success, a film within a film where the director tackles subjects that have always been dear to him such as Focusing on politics, couple relations, psychotherapy and cinema. Superb cast with Margherita Bye, Silvio Orlando, Barbora Baubolova and of course Moretti himself. Family ties are the touchstone of the holidays at the center of “The Best Days” by Massimo Bruno and Edoardo Leo, coming Wednesday August 2. An Italian bitter comedy with Max Tortora and Anna Foglieta. There is also a new appointment for “Stranizza d’Amuri” by Giuseppe Fiorello, who makes his directorial debut with a story set in the Sicilian summer of 1982, where two young people get to know each other and a relationship begins. create that tries to challenge stereotypes and prejudices. With Gabriele Pizzuro and Samuel Segreto.
European and International Films at Awards and Major Presentations
As every year, there has been no shortage of great successes and international productions of the previous season, which have won public and critical acclaim, honored at the most important festivals, with two debuts: “Indiana Jones” by James Mangold. And the Quadrant of Destiny” (July 24), the fifth chapter in the saga starring Harrison Ford and “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning (Part 1)” by Christopher McQuarrie, the seventh chapter in the saga with Tom Cruise. On July 12 comes “Armageddon Time – The Time of the Apocalypse” written by James Gray, a domestic parable set in New York whose protagonist is a boy who dreams of becoming an artist and who will collide with the idea of privilege. and conservatism. With Anne Hathaway and Antony Hopkins. On the 13th it is the turn of Marc Myllod’s acclaimed “The Menu” (VM 14), a vengeful culinary horror offering a scathing and compelling look at the pressures of capitalism. Great cast with Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes. On Saturday 15 July comes “The Spirits of the Island” (repeated 3 August) by Martin McDonagh, a parable on dialogue between the deaf in which comedy and tragedy pursue and overlap, in a microcosm that Ireland is the mirror and influence of history. Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson are back together after “In Bruges”. An Evening with Tom Hanks kicks off Sunday July 16 with Mark Foster’s “Not So Close,” where a man’s life is turned upside down by an unlikely friendship with his neighbors, while memories are filled with objects, details, broken dreams and Through lost illusions comes back to life. , A mystery set in the world of filmmaking is “Murder in the West End” (July 19) by Tom George with Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan and Adrien Brody, an affectionate and elegant parody of the classics of the time, walking between reality explains. And fiction that seems real. On Thursday 20 July comes “Mrs Harris Goes to Paris” written by Anthony Fabian (in the original language with Italian subtitles), the story of a typical British governess whose dream of buying a Christian Dior evening dress leads her on an extraordinary adventure to Paris will take. With Isabelle Huppert, Leslie Manville and Alba Baptista. Francois Ozon returns to the big screen with “Mon Crime – I Am the Guilty” (July 22), a pale comedy that is a dazzling feminist manifesto, where liberation meets the flavor of social satire. With Isabelle Huppert and Fabrice Luchini. Screening Saturday July 29 is Frances O’Connor’s “Emily,” a delicate and deliberately unconventional biopic on the youth of British poet and writer Emily Brontë. with Emma Mackey. Also from Great Britain comes Sophie Hyde’s “Good Luck To You, Leo Grande” (August 6), a comedy about sex positivity with a fast pace and a soft soul, starring Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack Is.
How to access the grounds, tickets and membership
Screening in July at 9.30 pm, in August and September at 9.15 pm. The cost of a ticket is 6.50 Euro. Until 3 September, Italian and European cinemas will join the campaign “Cinema Revolution, what shows in summer” with a single admission ticket of 3.5 euros. The ticket office opens 1 hour before the scheduled start of the show. Online ticket office at www.webtic.it with direct access to the theater (within 90 minutes from the screening). The seats on the stalls are numbered, the public will have to sit on the designated seats only. Payment through POS is possible. Tickets purchased and unused will not be refunded. In the event of inclement weather, a decision regarding the suspension of the screening will be made closer to the scheduled start time, and tickets already sold will be replaced with another ticket. The organization is not responsible for any change regarding the participation of films in the promotional campaign with discounted entry tickets. The Supercinema Estivo refreshment point, managed by Juta SNC, opens with the ticket office one hour before the start of the show, offering a wide selection of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, pizza, wraps, coffee, ice cream, snacks . Candies. Information: www.arcimodena.org, Facebook page Supercinema Estivo Modena or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.