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Brasilia: reviews and conferences for Fare cinema

The second edition of Fare cinema arrives in Brasilia this week with the screening of films, conferences and meetings which will then move to other cities such as Goiania, Nova Veneza, Manaus and Belem.

The event promoting Italian cinema begins with a conference hosted at the Italian Embassy entitled “Italian cinema today: dialogue with its history”, curated by director and filmmaker Sergio Moriconi, former director of Cine Brasilia, the most important establishment of its kind in the Brazilian capital.

From 22 to 26 May, Cine Brasilia will host a selection of recent films in their original language (all subtitled in Portuguese), which will accompany the viewer across a wide variety of genres and themes. They range from “Quo vado?” By Gennaro Nunziante to “Veloce come il vento” by Matteo Rovere, from “Fiore” by Claudio Giovannesi to “La pazza gioia” by Paolo Virzi and “Fai bei sogni” by Marco Bellocchio.

Then on Wednesday 22 May, Professor Di Vittori will hold a lecture entitled “A Brief History of the Italian language used in Cinema”, an overview of the history of Italian cinema which will be followed by the presentation of the bilingual “Italian cinema” glossary (Italian-Portuguese), produced in 2017 on the occasion of the Week of Italian Language in the World by the students of Italian courses, and already published on the Italian Language Portal. The film review will be concluded on May 28 by the screening of “La Mafia uccide solo d’estate” (the Mafia only kills in summer) by PIF, followed by a debate on the issues addressed by the director.

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