SORRENTO 2022 | The professional cinema days now in their 45th edition

Like every year, the 45th edition of the Professional Cinema Days. During the event which will last four days, the most important exponents of the Italian film industry including distributors, exhibitors, producers, professionals and operators in the sector will present the list of films that will arrive on the screens of our cinemas at Christmas and in the 2023.

The list is being updated…


  • A violent and silent night (December 1)
  • Puss in Boots 2 – The Last Wish (December 7, with previews December 3-4)
  • M3GAN (January 4)
  • Me too (January 12)
  • The Plane (January 26)
  • Knocking at the door (February 2)
  • TÁR (February 9)
  • Armageddon Time (March 2)
  • Samples (March 16)
  • Super Mario Bros. – The Movie (April 6)
  • Renfield (April 13)
  • Cocainbear (April 27)
  • Book Club 2 (May 11th)
  • Fast X (May 18)
  • Oppenheimer (July 20)
  • Strays (summer)
  • Meet the Gillmans (summer)
  • Asteroid City Of Wes Anderson (September)
  • The Exorcist (October)
  • Trolls 3 (October)
  • The last night of love Of Andrew DiStefano starring Pierfrancesco Favino


  • The big day with Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo (22 December)
  • The first day of my life by Paolo Genovese (January 26)
  • Last Film Show by Pan Nalin
  • The Legendary Journey with youtubers DinsiemE
  • Someone down there loves mea documentary about Massimo Troisi by Mario Martone
  • I wanted a son of Neri Parenti
  • It won’t always be like this by Francesco Costabile
  • Pier Paolo Pasolini – A new visiondocumentary about the immortal director
  • Last time we were kids by Claudio Bisio
  • The new movie of Ficarra and Picone directed by Francis Amato at Christmas 2023


  • The Woman King with Viola Davis (December 1)
  • Whitney: A rumor that has become legendWhitney Houston biopic (December 22)
  • Three too many by and with Fabio De Luigi (January 1)
  • Me against You the movie: Jungle mission by Gianluca Leuzzi (January 19)
  • Magic Mike: The Last Dance with Channing Tatum (February 9)
  • Not that close with Tom Hanks (February 16)
  • The animated film Mummies: a walk through time (February)
  • Shazam: Fury of the Gods (March 16)
  • Creed III by and with Michael B. Jordan
  • The house – The awakening of evilnew chapter of the famous horror saga (April)
  • Barbiethe film with Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling (July)
  • The Meg 2: The Trench with Jason Statham (August)
  • Challengersthe new film by Luca Guadagnino with Zendaya
  • The Nun 2sequel to the horror spin-off of The Conjuring (September)
  • Dunes – Part 2 by Denis Villeneuve (November)
  • Wonkathe Willy Wonka origin film with Timothée Chalamet (December)
  • The Flash (cinecomic)
  • Blue Beetle (cinecomic)
  • Aquaman and the lost kingdom (December)
  • The Boys in the Boat by George Clooney


  • Mr Blake by Gilles Legardinier
  • Delta with Alessandro Borghi and Luigi Lo Cascio
  • Conversations with other women by Philip Conz
  • November by Cédric Jimenez
  • The return by Stefano Chiantini with Emma Marrone (December 15)
  • Heidi
  • Freud with Anthony Hopkins


  • Charlotte M. The Movie – Flamingo Party
  • Mindcage – Criminal mind with John Malkovich
  • Asterix and Obelix – The Middle Kingdom
  • The animated film Argonuts – Mission Olympus
  • The Honeymoon – How I ruin your honeymooncomedy with Maria Bakalova
  • The animated film Mavka and the Enchanted Forest
  • Alice Darling with Anna Kendrick
  • The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnanwhich stars Vincent Cassel, Louis Garrel and Eva Green in the cast
  • We light years by Tiziano Russo


  • The commander by Edoardo De Angelis
  • Lubo by George Rights
  • Finally dawn by Saverio Costanzo
  • John Wick 4 with Keanu Reeves
  • Physical education by Stefano Cipani, written by the D’Innocenzo brothers
  • The scarlet sails by Pietro Marcello
  • The Son by Florian Zeller
  • The return of Casanova by Gabriele Salvatores
  • My with Edoardo Leo
  • Golda with Helen Mirren
  • The Fableman by Steven Spielberg
  • I captain by Matteo Garrone
  • Ferrari by Michael Mann
  • Killers of the Flower Moon by Martin Scorsese
  • The chimera by Alice Rohrwacher
  • The Palace by Roman Polansk
  • The conversion by Marco Bellocchio
  • The sun of the future by Nanni Moretti
  • Through Friendship by Alessandro Siani
  • Mixed By Erry by Sydney Sibilia


  • The eight mountains with Alessandro Borghi and Luca Marinelli (22 December)
  • The last night of love (February 23) with Pierfrancesco Favino
  • The best days by Massimiliano Bruno and Edoardo Leo (January 1)
  • Patagonia by Simone Bozzelli
  • Forgot by and with Rocco Papaleo (March 30)
  • The worst days by Massimiliano Bruno and Edoardo Leo (continuation of The Best Days, 20 April)
  • When by Walter Veltroni
  • Greta and dark fairy tales
  • Romantic by and with Pilar Fogliati (March 8)
  • Thank you guys by Riccardo Milani and with Antonio Albanese
  • Limonov by Pawel Pawlikowski
  • Confidence by Daniele Luchetti with Elio Germano
  • Caracas by and with Marco D’Amore (also in the cast Toni Servillo)
  • One hundred Sundays by and with Antonio Albanese
  • Slowly by Stefano Sollima
  • The spring of my life
  • The order of time by Liliana Cavani
  • The new movie of Pius and Amedeo directed by Gennaro Nunziante
  • There is still tomorrow by and with Paola Cortellesi
  • Aeneas by and with Pietro Castellitto
  • The new movie of Paolo Sorrentino
  • The Island by Pawel Pawlikowski
  • The new movie of Giuseppe Tornatore
  • Priscilla by Sofia Copolla


  • Babylon by Damien Chazelle (January 19)
  • The man on the street with Lorenzo Richelmy and Aurora Giovinazzo (December 7)
  • The animation film Inspector eight-legged and the mystery of mysteries (December 31)
  • Women Talking – The right to choose with Rooney Mara, Calire Foy and Frances McDormand (February 9)
  • The Curse of the Queen Mary (February)
  • Scream 6 (March 9)
  • Dungeons & Dragons – Honor for Thieves (March 30)
  • Meet the in-laws with Richard Gere, Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon (April)
  • Joika with Diane Kruger and Talia Ryder (May)
  • Transformers – The Awakening (June 8)
  • Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning – Part 1 with Tom Cruise


  • Masquerade – Thieves of love by Nicolas Bedos
  • Shark teeth by Davide Gentile, produced by Gabriele Mainetti
  • Mon Crime – I’m the culprit by Francois Ozon (March 30)
  • The animated film Mary and the Midnight Spirit by Enzo D’Alo
  • The innocent by Louis Garrel
  • Decision to Leave by Park Chan-Wook
  • What’s Love? with Lily James and Emma Thompson
  • Emily by Frances O’Connor with Emma Mackey
  • Weirdness of love by Joseph Fiorello
  • The Lost King by Stephen Frears
  • The unpredictable journey of Harold Fry
  • Misanthrope with Shailene Woodley
  • Phantoms
  • Night of the Hunted with Camille Rowe
  • Retribution with Liam Neeson

PLAION PICTURES (formerly Koch Media)

  • double soul with Danny Glover, Angela and Marianna Fontana (coming Q1 2023)
  • Runners with Matilde Gioli and Francesco Montanari
  • 30 years younger with Massimo Ghini and Nino Frassica
  • Final Game with Lorenzo Zurzolo
  • Leopardi & Co.
  • The animated film The troublemaker fairy
  • The horror Talk to Me
  • The horror Winnie the Pooh – Blood and Honey


  • The innocent of and with Louis Garrel
  • A passing relationship by Emmanuel Mouret
  • The Master Gardener by Paul Schrader
  • Jail 77 by Alberto Rodriguez
  • The Cairo Conspiracy by Tarik Saleh
  • June & Johnby Luc Besson.


  • Perfect illusion by Pappi Corsicato
  • The New Toy
  • prima donna by Martha Savina
  • The undecided groom by George Amato


  • The documentary Umberto Eco – The library of the world
  • The dew point by Marco Rice
  • pantafa by Emanuele Scaringi
  • The pioneers by Luca Scivoletto
  • All dogs die alone by Paolo Pisanu


  • The monopoly of violence November 29th
  • A mother against GW Bush December 1st
  • auditions 12, 13 and 14 December
  • Anton Chekhov January 12th
  • The pact of silence February 9th
  • Kill me if you can 20, 21 and 22 February
  • Lynch/OZ 27, 28 February and 1 March
  • The breadwinner March 16th
  • Passengers of the night April 13th
  • True 24, 25 and 26 April
  • Dark Red Forest 22, 23 and 24 May
  • Madly in Life June 15








  • The Offering (horror)
  • Fast Charlie with Pierce Brosnan (action)
  • Freelancer with John Cena (action)
  • The Piper (horror)
  • The Expendables 4 (action)
  • Mothers’ instinct with Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain (March)
  • The Bricklayer with Araron Eckart and Nina Dobrev (April)
  • The Enforcer with Antonio Banderas (February)
  • In the land of saints and sinners with Liam Neeson (May)
  • Blackflies with Sean Penn and Tye Sheridan (Summer)


Conference Thursday at 10.45


  • A Family Vice (L’origin Du Mal) by Sébastien Marnier with the excellent Laure Calamy (January 2023).
  • ANGRY ANNIE by Blandine Lenoire, again with Laure Calamy, historical story in a comedy key, on clandestine abortions in France (March 2023).
  • IN BED WITH SARTRE by Samuel Benchetrit, with François Damiens, Vanessa Paradis, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Vincent Macaigne (January 2023).
  • SANCTUARY by Zachary Wigon with Margaret Qualley, Christopher Abbot (March 2023)
  • LITTLE NICOLAS – WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR TO BE HAPPY? by Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre (animation, April 2023).
  • THE WHALE by Darren Aronofsky, with Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Ty Simpkins, Hong Chau, Samantha Morton (February 2023).
  • SLOWLY by Nicola Prosatore. with Dominique Donnarumma and Giuseppe Pirozzi (February 2023)
  • ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED by Laura Poitras (documentary, March 2023)


  • The spirits of the island by Martin McDonagh (February 2), with Colin Farrel and Brendan Gleeson
  • the reissue of Titanic (February 9) on the occasion of its 25th anniversary
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania (February 15), first film of the fifth phase of the MCU
  • Empire of Light by Sam Mendes (February 23), with Olivia Colman and Colin Firth
  • Next Goal Wins by Taika Waititi (April 20), with Michael Fassbender
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 by James Gunn (May 3)
  • the live action The little Mermaid by Rob Marshall (May 24) with Halle Bailey
  • the mystery comedy haunted mansioninspired by a theme park attraction
  • the Disney/Pixar animated film Elementals (June)
  • Chevalier
  • The Marvels
  • Indiana Jones 5
  • A Haunting in Venice
  • Wish
  • True love
  • helium
  • Snow White
  • Captain America: New World Order
  • Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes
  • Inside Out 2
  • Mufasa
  • Thunderbolts

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