For the sixth time the Italian Film Show is coming to Barcelona with contemporary films that have been hailed at festivals such as Locarno and Venice.
Italian cinema has always had a strong film tradition, with an abundance of masters such as Fellini, Pasolini and Visconti, and, more recently the Taviani brothers and Paolo Sorrentino. It’s a tradition that the Barcelona Italian Film Festival, an annual event that is about to celebrate its sixth edition, has always been careful to keep alive. Once again, this small cycle of modern Italian cinema is coming to Cinemes Verdi with an attractive offer at all levels: new and unseen films that have been hailed at the best festivals in the circuit and also completely free, with tickets available on the same day at the cinema box office. Who could ask for more?
The offer this year is made up of of eight films in the official section, and two special screenings. Among the chosen titles, you’ll find modern clasics like 'Amori che non sanno stare al mondo' by Francesca Comencini, 'Il contagio' by Matteo Botrugno and Daniele Coluccini, 'Il Cratere' by Silvia Luzi and Luca Bellino and the animated film 'Gatta Cenerentola' by Alessandro Rak, Ivan Cappiello, Mario Guarneri and Dario Sansone. New voices, original visions and fascinating stories that demonstrate the fine state of contemporary Italian cinema.
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