Preview in Rome at the Farnese Cinema on Monday 17 July at 19:30. This was Rome Mario Canale. Following last year’s presentation and excellent reviews at the Giornate degli Autori of the Venice Film Festival, a documentary film is being released that tells the story of the artistic and political life of the capital in the period from 1963 to 1979, when the city was a true center of world culture. in the room.
The show will be presented by the director together with Enrico Bufalini, Director of Production and Cinecittà Light Archive. The film will then be repeated on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th at 7:15pm.
The producers were Archivio Orme, Surf Film and Luce Cinecittà, which is distributing it. This was Rome offers a huge kaleidoscope of a unique season: paintings by Schifano, Festa, Mambora; Cellar Theater with Carmelo Bene, Roberto Benigni, Beat ’72, newly created Societas Raffaello Sanzio, Gaia Scienza; cinema, from Dolce Vita and Flaiano to the generation of Bertolucci, Bellocchio, Ferreri, Petri, Agosti, the underground prophet Alberto Grifi. Experimental music by Alvin Curran and Ennio Morricone. Group ’63 Angelo Guglielmi and Nanni Balestrini, Castelporziano Poets Festival with Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs, an experiment in ephemeral permanence by Massenzio Renato Nicolini… With excellent archival material, very rich in evidence, a funny and touching film for those who lived through that time, and revelation for those who came after.