Palms and Golden Lions, Milan, the capital of the most awarded films at festivals

Palms and Golden Lions, Milan, the capital of the most awarded films at festivals
Palms and Golden Lions, Milan, the capital of the most awarded films at festivals

All the ways (of the cinema) lead to Milan. Le Vie del Cinema is back in the city, the films of international festivals in a program full of award-winning titles or in any case deserving of a vision that may not be taken for granted in the cinemas. The 78th Venice Film Festival, the 74th Locarno Film Festival and the 74th Cannes Film Festival are the reservoirs from which the review curated by Agis lombarda (program available on the Lombardiaspettacolo.it website) will pick up 37 films in preview and in original version subtitled, screened in 16 city cinemas, for nine days of screenings from today to September 30, with insights thanks to the intervention of journalists and critics, and meetings with international guests.

Among the most anticipated titles, certainly the film that won the Palme d’Or at Cannes: the first screening of Titane is scheduled for tomorrow at 9.50 pm at the Arcobaleno cinema. The Filipino detective film On The Job: The Missing 8 by Erik Matti (Coppa Volpi to John Arcilla for the best male interpretation, 3 pm), the Golden Lion L’Événement by Audrey Diwan from the novel, stand out from the first evening at the Colosseum Annie Ernaux’s autobiography on the drama of clandestine abortion (7pm) and the Special Jury Prize Il Buco by Michelangelo Frammartino: tonight, the author meets the public in the company of film critic Luca Mosso (9.30pm).

On the bill, on a first day with a bang, Un autre monde by Stéphane Brizé (from the Venice Competition) with Vincent Lindon (Cinema Palestrina at 9.15 pm), Les promesses by Thomas Kruithof with Isabelle Huppert (Cinema Plaestrina, at 19 ) and, from Cannes, Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person In The World with Renate Reinsve, winner of the Best Actress Award, scheduled at the Anteo Palazzo del Cinema, at 9.30 pm. Also at the Anteo, tomorrow at 8 pm, Anteo Palazzo the director of Drive My Car Ryusuke Hamaguchi meets the public. The last appointment of Le Vie del Cinema is scheduled at the Mexico cinema: on Thursday 30 September (9 pm) the Roman director Elisa Fuksas will be present at the screening of Senza fine.


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