It starts in August pop up moviereview Cinemas UCI dedicated Bergamo Brescia Italian Capital of Culture 2023, and will run until October with 8 films related to the 4 themes of the Pop Up Culture project: fashion, art, music and literature. A unique and exclusive review that will only be available at UCI Cinemas Orio and will offer different emotions and ideas based on the topic in question, each time highlighting the different forms and aspects of culture through the suggestion of successful films.
ticket price attend scheduled screenings only €3.50 and all showings will start at 20.30. Below are the films of the show scheduled for the month of August:
August 2, 2023
“Dante”: film directed by Pupi Avati dedicated to Dante Alighieri, played by Alessandro Sperduti and Giulio Pizzirani, dedicated to literature. The life of the great Italian poet is traced through the story of Giovanni Boccaccio, introduced by Sergio Castellitto, who sees him compiling the “Trattatello in Lauda di Dante”.
August 9, 2023
Daliland: Film directed by Mary Harron, set in New York City in 1974, reveals the great void that engulfs the already aged art genius Salvador Dali, a void hidden by a flamboyant lifestyle of glamor and lavish parties.
August 23, 2023
“Titans”: Written and directed by Julie Ducourneau, the film won the Palme d’Or at the 74th Cannes Film Festival. A horror film full of colors and music that tells the story of Alexia, a young girl who alternates between being a dancer and a serial killer.
August 30, 2023
“Bohemian Rhapsody”: Directed by Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher, the film celebrates the history and music of Queen and their legendary frontman and one of the world’s most beloved artists, Freddie Mercury, masterfully played by Rami Malek.
These are four more titles under consideration in September and October:
“Weirdness”Directed by Roberto Ando, the film is set in 1920 and stars Luigi Pirandello, played by Tony Servillo, who, while in his native Sicily for a short time, encounters an unexpected event that will make him experience many surprises.
“I wanted to hide”: Directed by Giorgio Rights for this film that tells the story of the artist Antonio Ligabue, with flashbacks showing flashes of his childhood and his Swiss-Italian heritage.
“Air – The Story of the Great Leap Forward”From award-winning director Ben Affleck and Matt Daman as independent Nike manager Sonny Vaccaro, the film is about the incredible partnership between a young Michael Jordan and Nike’s nascent basketball division that could revolutionize the world of sports. just like modern culture, with the launch of the “Air Jordan” brand.
“Elvis”: A film from Oscar-nominated director Baz Luhrmann explores the life and music of Elvis Presley, played by Austin Butler, through the lens of his complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker, portrayed by Academy Award winner Tom Hanks. .