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Fare Cinema 2020

 

Fare Cinema 2020
 
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THE FESTIVAL “FARE CINEMA”

Fare Cinema is the thematic festival promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation aimed at promoting quality Italian cinema and the film industry in our country. The festival is organized in collaboration with MiBACT, ANICA, ICE and Istituto Luce - Cinecittà.

Launched in 2018, the festival foresees the organization of events dedicated to Italian cinema all over the world by Embassies, Consulates and Italian Cultural Institutes, with the twofold objective of making the best of our cinema known to foreign audiences and of enhancing the high level of Italian professionalism in the "film professions" abroad. Not only actors, directors, and screenwriters, but also editors, cinematographers, composers, costume designers, set designers and many others. A heritage of competence and professionalism that contributes to the high cultural level of our cinema and that constitutes a real added value of making audio-visual products in Italy.

Since 2020, as part of the "Fare Cinema" week, we also celebrate the Day of Italian Cinema in the World, promoted following the adoption of resolution n. 7-00225 (On. Acunzo and others) on the promotion of Italian cinema abroad, approved last December 11 by the Joint Commissions III (Foreign and Community Affairs) and VII (Culture, Science and Education) of the Chamber of Deputies.

 

FARE CINEMA 2020

The 2020 edition of "Fare Cinema" will take place from 15 to 21 June 2020. The World Cinema Day will be celebrated on Saturday 20 June 2020.

As for the previous editions, also in 2020 Fare Cinema will maintain the focus on the "film professions", with the aim of giving visibility and prominence to the professionals that animate the Italian film industry. The 2020 edition will also be dedicated to Federico Fellini, in the year of the centenary of his birth. Space will also be dedicated to the celebration of the centenary of Alberto Sordi's birth.

As at the moment it is not possible to foresee the holding of events abroad with public participation, for the 2020 edition of "Fare Cinema" the MAECI (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation) has opted for a completely digital celebration of the festival. Thanks to the collaboration with RAI, for the week 15-21 June a series of contents dedicated to the Italian cinema and film industry will be made available on the RaiPlay platform: these contents will be available all over the world, without limitations due to "geoprotection". The contents will be subtitled in English, French and Spanish.

You can get the content of the Festival from this link >>

 

The cinema doesn't need the big idea, inflamed love, indignation: it only imposes one daily obligation, that of doing” - Federico Fellini

A series of masterclasses created exclusively for "Fare Cinema" celebrate the two great anniversaries of 2020, the centenary of the birth of Federico Fellini and Alberto Sordi, and contemporary Italian cinema.

  1. Federico Fellini narrated by Gianfranco Angelucci
  2. In a masterclass created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", the journalist, critic and director Gianfranco Angelucci tells the life and career of Federico Fellini, in the year of the centenary of his birth. A journey through extraordinary films, from "La Dolce Vita" to "8½", which have made the Rimini filmmaker famous all over the world. Edited by Ugo De Rossi.

  3. Alberto Sordi narrated by Gianni Canova
  4. In a masterclass created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", the film critic Gianni Canova tells the life and career of Alberto Sordi, in the year of the centenary of his birth. A journey through unforgettable characters, from "An American in Rome" to "The Count Max", who made Sordi one of the most famous Italian actors of all time.

  5. The contemporary Italian cinema told by Gianni Canova

In a masterclass created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", the film critic Gianni Canova talks about contemporary Italian cinema. A journey through the new trends of our cinematography, between "sacred monsters" and beginners, which make Italy one of the most creative and dynamic countries in the seventh art.

Actors, directors, and screenwriters, but also editors, cinematographers, composers, costume designers, set designers, casting directors and many others: the "film professions" are a heritage of competence and professionalism. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", the professionals of our cinema tell the secrets of their craft. The video lessons are realised in collaboration with: UICD – Italian Union of Casting Directors; ANAC - National Association of Film Authors; ACMF - Film Music Composer Association; ASC - Association of Set Designers, Costume Designers and Decorators; La Pellicola d'Oro.

  1. The casting director – Beatrice Kruger
  2. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Beatrice Kruger is one of the most famous casting directors at national and international level. With her agency, FBI Casting, she has numerous film and television productions and prestigious collaborations, including those with Marco Bellocchio ("Buongiorno, notte (Good morning, night") and Steven Soderbergh ("Ocean's Twelve"). In his video lection, Kruger explains the delicate and important role of a casting director for the formation of the cast of a film. A special thanks to UICD - Italian Union of Casting Directors.

  3. The casting director – Lilia Trapani
  4. In una serie di videolezioni realizzate in esclusiva per “Fare Cinema”, alcuni rappresentanti dei “mestieri del cinema” raccontano i segreti del proprio lavoro. Liliana Trapani è una delle più importanti casting director a livello italiano ed europeo. Ha diretto il casting di numerose produzioni cinematografiche e televisive, fra cui “Medici, Masters of Florence II” (2018) e “L’aquila” (2019). Nella sua videolezione, Trapani descrive tutte le fasi del suo delicato lavoro, dalla lettura della sceneggiatura fino alla scelta finale degli attori. Si ringrazia: UICD - Unione Italiana Casting Directors.

  5. The casting director – Barbara Giordani
  6. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Among the most famous Italian casting directors, Barbara Giordani has worked with directors and artists such as Paolo Genovese, Gabriele Muccino, and George Clooney. To date she has more than 100 productions to her credit: among the most recent, "Perfetti Sconosciuti (Perfect Strangers)" by Paolo Genovese (2015), "Beata ignoranza (Blissful ignorance)" by Massimiliano Bruno (2016), "I due Papi (The two Popes)" by Fernando Meirelles (2019). A special thanks to UICD - Italian Union of Casting Directors.

  7. The producer – Corrado Trionfera
  8. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Corrado Trionfera has taken part in numerous productions in various roles in the production management sector, first with Esse Cinematografica and then with Lux Vide. Among the most recent of these are "A step from heaven" and "I Medici, in the name of the family". In his video lesson, Trionfera explains the important role played by the production sector, articulated in different professional figures but in close and mutual collaboration. A special thanks to La Pellicola d'Oro.

  9. The documentary filmmaker – Piero Cannizzaro
  10. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Piero Cannizzaro is a director specialized in the documentary genre. He has signed documentaries for Rai and Arté dealing with various themes: from the southern Italy of the Taranta ("La notte della Taranta e dintorni (The night of Taranta and around)", 2004 and "Ritorno a Kurumuny (Return to Kurumuny)", 2003) to the dramatic life of a man in prison who dedicates himself to poetry and painting ("Ossigeno (Oxygen)", 2012). In his video lesson, Cannizzaro tells the choices of direction and how they should be adapted each time to the chosen subject. A special thanks to ANAC - National Association of Film Authors.

  11. The screenwriter – Silvia Scola
  12. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Silvia Scola, a pupil of Age and Ettore Scola, is a screenwriter and has worked for films such as "La cena (The dinner)" (1998), "Concorrenza sleale (unfair Competition)" (2000), "I Mostri oggi (Monster, today)" (2008), "Che strano chiamarsi Federico! (How strange to be named Federico!)". (2013), "Ridendi e scherzando (Laughing and joking)" (2015). In his video lesson, Scola describes the work of the screenwriter in its main stages, with attention to the genre in which he specializes: the documentary film. A special thanks to ANAC - National Association of Film Authors.

  13. The composer - Riccardo Eberspacher
  14. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Riccardo Eberspacher is a composer of music for films, with a long experience both in television and cinema, in films such as "Saturno contro (Saturn against)" (2007) and "La vita è un gioco (Life is a game)" (2000). In his video lectures, Eberspacher explains the importance of music for film scenes and how different musical choices can give rise to effects that change the very meaning of acting. A special thanks to ACMF - Film Music Composers Association.

  15. The composer - Stefano Reali
  16. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Stefano Reali is director, composer and screenwriter for cinema and television. He has worked with the great masters of cinema such as Sergio Leone. In his video lesson, Reali explains, through experiences gained during his career, the uses, and characteristics of soundtracks. A special thanks to ACMF - Film Music Composers Association.

  17. The Composer – Paolo Vivaldi
  18. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Paolo Vivaldi is the composer of numerous soundtracks for cinema and television, including "I ragazzi dello Zecchino d'Oro" (2019) and "Permette? Alberto Sordi" (2020). In his video lesson, Vivaldi tells how he found the inspiration for an important miniseries: "Adriano Olivetti. la forza di un sogno" (2013). A special thanks to ACMF - Film Music Composers Association.

  19. The costume designer – Carlo Poggioli
  20. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Carlo Poggioli is an internationally renowned costume designer. He oversaw the creation of costumes for Federico Fellini, Martin Scorsese, Terrence Malick, Terry Gilliam, in films such as "Il Nome della Rosa (The Name of the Rose)" (1986), "L'età dell'innocenza (the Age of innocence)" (1993), "La voce della Luna (The Voice of the Moon)" (1990), "Il paziente inglese (The English Patient)" (1996). In recent years he has worked with Paolo Sorrentino for "Youth" (2015), "Them" (2018), "The Young Pope" (2016) and "The New Pope" (2020). In his video lesson, Poggioli recounts his experiences with the masters he has met in his career, including Federico Fellini. A special thanks to ASC - Italian Association of set designers, costume designers and decorators.

  21. The costume designer – Isabelle Caillaud
  22. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Isabelle Caillaud is a costume designer for cinema, television, and theatre. In her video lesson, Caillaud recounts her long experience and the stages of preparation that a costume designer goes through in film production, from conception to production. A special thanks to ASC - Italian Association of set designers, costume designers and decorators.

  23. The costume designer – Eva Coen
  24. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Isabelle Caillaud is a costume designer for cinema, television, and theatre. Eva Coen is an experienced costume designer, with numerous Italian television and film productions, including "Terraferma" (2011) and "Respiro" (2002). In her video lesson, Coen explains the complex job of the costume designer, between creativity and the ability to solve last-minute unexpected events on set. A special thanks to ASC - Italian Association of set designers, costume designers and decorators.

  25. The set designer – Marco Dentici
  26. In a series of video lectures created exclusively for "Fare Cinema", some representatives of the "cinema professions" tell the secrets of their work. Marco Dentici is one of the most important Italian set designers, winner of the David di Donatello award for "Vincere". (2010) and the Silver Ribbon for "Make beautiful dreams" (2017) and "Sicilian Ghost Story" in 2017. During his career he has collaborated with directors such as Gabriele Salvatores and Marco Bellocchio. In his videolection, Dentici describes the fundamental importance of the set design for the success of every film-visual product. A special thanks to ASC - Italian Association of set designers, costume designers and decorators.

  1. La voce di Fellini – Fare Cinema 2020 Trailer
  2. "Fare Cinema" is the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to promote the Italian film industry and the Italian Quality Cinema "Fare Cinema" is realized in collaboration with MiBACT, RAI, ICE, Istituto Luce-Cinecittà and ANICA. Trailer: Istituto Luce - Cinecittà.

  3. Short film "Fellini alla fine del mondo (Fellini at the end of the world)" by Silvio Caiozzi
  4. In a short film made exclusively for Fare Cinema" in collaboration with the Italian Embassy and the Italian Cultural Institute in Santiago de Chile. The director, Silvio Caiozzi, takes Fellini to the end of the world, to Captain Pastene, an enclave of Romagna in the middle of Araucania, which has the oldest cinema in Chile. Caiozzi interviews the local community and asks them for memories, impressions, and opinions about the filmmaker. The homage to Fellini is realized through contemporary images accompanied by the immortal and legendary music of Amarcord and Otto e ½ films.

  5. Video tour of the exhibition “Il Centenario. Fellini nel mondo” in San Paolo
  6. "Fare Cinema" takes us to Brazil, where in collaboration with the CCBB - Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil and the Italian Cultural Institute of São Paulo has set up the exhibition "Fellini. Il Centenario nel mondo"to celebrate 100 years of the Rimini Filmmaker. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with C.O.R.

  1. I vitelloni
  2. La strada
  3. Le notti di Cabiria
  4. Sul set de La Dolce Vita
  5. L’anteprima de La Dolce Vita
  6. Palma d’oro per La Dolce Vita
  7. L’anteprima di 8 e ½
  8. L’Oscar per 8 e ½
  9. Giulietta Masina
  10. Sandra Milo
  11. Duet Love
  12. Satyricon
  13. Satyricon a Venezia
  14. Provini per Amarcord
  15. Casanova al doppiaggio
  16. Prove nella Città delle donne
  17. Il copione de La città delle donne
  18. E la nave va
  1. Le Metamorfosi (di Giuseppe Carrieri)
  2. “Fare Cinema” offers some titles, selected by Gianni Canova, representing the italian New Independent Cinema. In “Le Metamorfosi”, three stories of Naples - between voices of the past, tale of the present, and distortions of a future - linked by a common thread, the voice of Ovid, translated from Latin to ancient Neapolitan

    Direction: Giuseppe Carrieri
    With: Marco D'Amore, Mario Paolucci, Nani Jarden Yve Wanda, Paraska Muharem

  3. Giù dal vivo (by Nazareno Manuel Nicoletti)
  4. “Fare Cinema” offers some titles, selected by Gianni Canova, representing the Italian New Independent Cinema. In "Giú dal Vivo", the story of the troubled lives of a man with his desire to go elsewhere, of a girl who returns home to be with her parents, and of a masked boxer locked in his room, where he trains, eats, sleeps, without going out. Between possible worlds, hallucinations, and reality. A mosaic in which everyone is looking for something, but nobody knows what they want.

    Direction, production, story and screenplay: Nazareno Manuel Nicoletti
    With: Massimiliano Gallo/p>

  5. Creatura dove vai? (by Gaia Formenti e Marco Piccarreda)
  6. “Fare Cinema” offers some titles, selected by Gianni Canova, representing the italian New Independent Cinema. In “Creatura dove vai?”, an old peasant woman on the threshold of dementia (the Creature), receives a mysterious visit from a Saint who instructs her to make a pilgrimage to an unknown destination.

    Direction, production, story and screenplay: Gaia Formenti and Marco Piccarreda
    With: Pino Gargiulo, Rosanna Fiumanò.

     

  1. Alessandro Borghi
  2. Benedetta Porcaroli
  3. Jasmine Trinca
  1. Stefano Sardo
  2. Isabella Aguilar
  3. Michele Pellegrini
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  2. Arrivederci Saigon (di Wilma Labate)
  3. Fellini Fine Mai (di Eugenio Cappuccio)
  4. Baikonur, Terra (di Andrea Sorini)

 

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