From 8 to 11 December the event will be held in the city of Ravello LINA dedicated to the life and work of Lina Wertmüller, supported by the MIC – Directorate General for Cinema and Audiovisual, the Campania Region, the Campania Film Commission and the Municipality of Ravello. Four days of cinema, art and music are scheduled to pay homage the iconic filmmaker and screenwriter of Italian comedy, exactly one year after her death (December 9, 2021). Lina Wertmüller in 1996 he filmed “Ninfa Plebea” in Ravello, from 2003 to 2010 he directed, together with Remigio Truocchio, the “Cinemusic” section of the Ravello Festival and held the position of advisor of the Ravello Foundation.
The town on the Amalfi Coast, so loved by the director, will host a varied programme, open to the public and free, with the artistic direction of Remigio Truocchio, General Manager of Cineventi, e Valerio Ruizfor years collaborator of Lina Wertmüller, director of the documentary film dedicated to her, Behind the white glasses (presented at the 72nd Venice Film Festival in the Venice Classics competition). The supervision of the event is by Catherine d’Amico and of Maria Zulima Job Wertmüller, daughter of the great director. The events will take place atOscar Niemeyer Auditorium (which will host the tribute evening on December 10 signed by Valerio Ruiz, conducted by Maximum Wertmüller with Nicoletta Della Corte and Isa Danieli) ea Villa Rufolo, site of the exhibition curated by Catherine d’Amico (until January 8).
The tribute to Lina Wertmüller continues in parallel also in the splendid spaces of Villa Rufolo which, from Thursday 8 December, will welcome a exhibition itinerarythrough a photographic and costume exhibition, set up in collaboration with the Ravello Foundation, edited by Catherine d’Amico, Director of the museum of the Franco Zeffirelli Foundation in Florence, but above all a lifelong friend of the director.
On display are the original costumes of some of his famous films and plays, exhibited thanks to the collaboration with theAnnamode archive (for the costumes by Gino Persico for Ferdinand and Carolina) there Art Costumes Collection – Peruzzi (for Piero Tosi’s costume for Gian Burrasca’s Journal), the tailoring D’Inzillo Sweet Mode (for Nicoletta Ercole’s costumes for Macbeth) and the Farani Tailoring Rome – Courtesy Luigi Piccolo – (for Enrico Job’s costumes for The Shrewd Widow). u
LINA is a project produced and proposed by Cineventiwith the artistic direction of Remigio Truocchio, General Manager of Ciné – Giornate di Cinema and artistic director of numerous film events, in collaboration with Valerio Ruiz and the supervision of Catherine d’Amico and of Maria Zulima Job Wertmuller, daughter of the great director. The project is supported by the MIC – Directorate General for Cinema and Audiovisualfrom the Campania regionfrom the Film Commission Campania and from Municipality of Ravello.
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