From Belfast to Ennio, Cinema Capovolto arrives: eight events dedicated to the seventh art in collaboration with Cineworld Trento

TRENTO. In addition to music, prose, dance and comedy, within the rich calendar of Overturned Theater of the S. Chiara cultural service center there is also space for the big cinema (here info and tickets).

For fans of the seventh art, the Social Theater facing Cesare Battisti square will also host the “Cinema Upside Down“, With eight interesting titles proposed in collaboration with Cineworld Trento: it will start on 11 August with Belfast by Kenneth Branagh, to then continue with Mamma Roma by Pier Paolo Pasolini (12 August), The portrait of the duke by Roger Michell (August 13), The dark daughter by Maggie Gyllenhaal (August 16), The Alpinist-A free spirit by Peter Mortimer (August 17), Mullholland Drive by David Lynch (August 18), Nostalgia by Mario Martone (19 August) ed Ennio by Giuseppe Tornatore (August 20).

Thursday 11 August, 9 pm

Belfast

directed by Kenneth Branagh

with Jamie Dornan, Jude Hill, Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Ciarán Hinds, Lara McDonnell, Gerard Horan, Turlough Convery, Conor MacNeill, Bríd Brennan

Belfast, 1969. Buddy lives with his mother and older brother in a mixed neighborhood inhabited by Protestants and Catholics. They are neighbors, friends, schoolmates, but there are those who want them to be sworn enemies and literally throws fuel on the fire, stirring up religious conflict, destroying the windows of the houses and the peace of the community. Buddy’s Protestant family keeps themselves out of trouble, does not succumb to the lure of the violent and eagerly awaits the fortnightly return of their father from London, where he works as a carpenter. To emigrate is a temptation, but how to leave beloved Belfast, the grandparents with their precious advice on life and love, the blonde Catherine of the first bench?

Friday 12 August, 9 pm

Mamma Roma

directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

with Anna Magnani, Ettore Garofalo, franco Citti, Silvana Corsini, Luisa Loiano, Paolo Volponi, Luciano Gonini, Vittorio La Paglia, Piero Morgia

Mamma Roma is a prostitute who suspends her business following the marriage of the patron Carmine with a peasant woman. The woman calls her son Ettore, who, in the surly psychology of a teenager, considers her mother a stranger and who soon has the first sexual experiences with a very savvy girl. Mamma Roma, for her part, has a well-established resale in the local market and she wants a better future for Ettore. She therefore instructs a prostitute to win the favors of her son and organizes a blackmail to procure a job for Ettore. But Carmine pushes the woman back onto the sidewalk with the threat of revealing the whole truth to the boy. Ettore, who has quit his job and is dedicated to petty thefts, has discovered the truth about his mother’s sad job on his behalf.

Saturday 13 August, 9 pm

The portrait of the duke

directed by Roger Michell

Starring Jim Broadbent, Helen Mirren, Fionn Whitehead, Matthew Goode, Aimée Kelly, Simon Hubbard, Jack Bandeira, Craig Conway, Heather Craney, Michael Adams, James Wilby

Newcastle, 1961. Kempton Bunton is sixty and has something to say, always. Against the government, against stupidity, against social injustice above all, which he fights like Robin Hood in the County of Nottinghamshire. But the most strenuous battle is that at home with Mrs. Bunton, the wife exacerbated by the life and premature death of their daughter. Kempton writes plays that no one will read and fights with the BBC to abolish the canon for seniors and war veterans. He spends half the time opposing it, the rest looking for a job. To contribute to the family economy, the younger son steals the portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery.

Tuesday 16 August, 9 pm

The dark daughter

Directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal

Starring Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson, Peter Sarsgaard, Jessie Buckley, Paul Mescal, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Jack Farthing, Ed Harris, Dagmara Dominczyk, Panos Koronis, Alba Rohrwacher

Leda Caruso is an American university professor of Italian literature, on vacation at a seaside resort near Corinth. On the beach where she goes every day, a large and noisy family from Queens arrives like a hurricane, with Greek origins and probably some ties to the organized crime. After the initial reaction of annoyance, Leda begins to observe with interest Nina, the young mother who is part of the group of “invaders”, and the relationship between Nina and her child brings back to the teacher’s memory her relationship with her two daughters, now in their twenties, when they were still small.

Wednesday 17 August, 9 pm

The Alpinist. A free spirit

directed by Peter Mortimer, Nick Rosen

A man far from the spotlight, climbing remote alpine walls. His name was Marc-André Leclerc (1992-2018), a young free-spirited Canadian who has made some of the most daring solo climbs in history. Without cameras, without ropes and without margin for error, Leclerc’s approach has always represented the very essence of solo adventure.

Thursday 18 August, 9 pm

Mullholland Drive

directed by David Lynch

with Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Ann Miller, Justin Theroux, Chad Everett, Billy Ray Cyrus, Robert Forster, Mark Pellegrino

Betty, naive deep Ontario dreamer, lands in Hollywood to become a star. Waiting for roles and glory, she is staying in the apartment of her aunt, who has returned to Canada. Behind the door she finds Rita, a brunette femme fatale who escaped an accident and two armed men who wanted her dead. But Rita doesn’t know this (anymore) because she lost her memory around a bend in Mulholland Drive. Betty and Rita, her name is borrowed from Hayworth, investigate to find her, becoming accomplices and then lovers. The first excels in casting, the second progressively rebuilds her identity. But the transition to the “Silencio” cabaret redistributed names and roles. Betty wakes up Diane Selwyn in a poor apartment. Always blonde and always provincial, she tries to be an actress and gets only insignificant roles. She knows and loves Rita, who is now called Camilla Rhodes, she is a star of the big screen and she is preparing to marry a director in vogue. Rejected by her lover and by Hollywood, Diane hires a killer to kill Camilla and then ‘dreams’ to regain her innocence.

Friday 19 August, 9 pm

Nostalgia

directed by Mario Martone

with Pierfrancesco Favino, Francesco Di Leva, Tommaso Ragno, Aurora Quattrocchi, Sofia Essaidi, Nello Mascia, Emanuele Palumbo, Artem, Salvatore Striano, Virginia Apicella

After a long time spent between Lebanon and Egypt Felice, having become a wealthy entrepreneur, returns to Naples, the city where he lived until he was 15 years old. Her mother Teresa, “the best seamstress in the Sanità district”, lives in a low, and welcomes with open arms that son she believed lost forever. Little by little Felice gets back in touch with a world that he had forcibly put aside and meets Don Luigi, a priest who fights the Camorra trying to give a future to the young people of the district. But Felice also needs to be reunited with Oreste, a close friend and companion of adolescent raids, who has become a small boss of the Camorra. And the advice to leave Naples and forget that dangerous friendship is useless: as if it were possible, leave behind a city that has entered your heart forever.

Saturday 20 August, 9 pm

Ennio

directed by Giuseppe Tornatore

with Ennio Morricone, Quentin Tarantino, Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone, John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Barry Levinson, Dario Argento, Bernardo Bertolucci, Giuseppe Tornatore, Quincy Jones, Bruce Springsteen, Vittorio Taviani, Nicola Piovani

Tribute to the maestro by a director who has established a long and successful partnership with him. Tornatore chooses to develop Morricone’s profile chronologically, through interviews with the protagonist and personalities from the world of entertainment, alternating with archive images and film clips. It goes from the origins to the last Oscar in a linear and rhythmic way.

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