(ANSA) – NAPLES, DECEMBER 18 – The film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” will officially open the 27th edition of the “Capri Hollywood International Film Festival” in Anacapri on Tuesday December 27, scheduled until January 2 on the Blue Island and digitally on the Mymovies.it and Eventive.org platforms. The film directed by Rian Johnson for Netflix stands out on a bill that includes 230 free screenings (70 at the Capri auditorium and Anacapri’s Cinema Paradiso, plus 160 digital ones selected from around 90 countries. The event is promoted with the support of the MiC (Dg Cinema), of the Campania Region and with Intesa Sanpaolo, Terna and other sponsors Among the films scheduled “Elvis” by Baz Luhrmann, “Whitney – A voice that has become a legend” with Naomi Ackie and Stanley Tucci. “Everything Everywhere All At Once” with Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis; “Triangle of Sadness” by Ruben Östlund (EFA winner); “The Good Nurse” with Eddie Redmayne; “Blonde” with Ana De Armas who revives the myth of Marilyn Monroe; “The Woman King” by Gina Prince-Bythewood with the Oscar winner Viola Davis; “Bardo” by Iñárritu. And again, “Nostalgia” by Martone (candidate for the Oscars of Italy); “Saint Omer” among the winners in Venice 2022 Previews include: “Till” with Whoopi Goldberg and Haley Bennett; “April 29, 1992” the latest film by Ray Liotta, “Muti”, thriller by George Gallo. And again: “To Leslie” by Michael Morris (Italian premiere) and “Pinocchio” by Guillermo Del Toro for Netflix. For Italian Cinema, a preview of “Three too many” by Fabio De Luigi; “The Hunt” by Marco Bocci with Laura Chiatti; “Soldier under the moon” by Massimo Paolucci with Tomas Arana and the participation of Abel Ferrara and Francesca Tizzano. And then in review, the successes of the season including “La stranezza” by Roberto Andò, “Dante” by Pupi Avati, “L’ombra di Caravaggio” by Michele Placido.
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