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FARE CINEMA 2021: Il cinema italiano riparte

Date:

06/14/2021


FARE CINEMA 2021: Il cinema italiano riparte

The fourth edition of Fare Cinema, the festival dedicated to the promotion of Italian cinema and its film industry, will take place online from June 14 to 20.

Fare Cinema is a yearly initiative organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and created in collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism (MiBACT), the Italian Trade Agency (ICE), the National Association of Cinematic, Audiovisual and Multimedia Industries (ANICA - Italy) and the Istituto Luce Cinecittà.

 

THE NEW EMBRACE OF CINEMA: FROM THE PANDEMIC TO THE SET | IL NUOVO ABBRACCIO DEL CINEMA: DALLA PANDEMIA AL SET

Available on the website "italiana" starting Monday, June 14

CLICK HERE ON JUNE 14 TO WATCH THE SERIES ON THE "italiana" WEBSITE

This series focuses on the impact of the pandemic on the film industry in Italy. Short videos dedicated to cinema crafts and trades will speak to the industry's ability to react under the pressure of such a crisis.

The videos will be available on the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs' website, italiana.

This event is presented in collaboration with Fondazione Cinema per Roma.

BEYOND THE SCREEN | OLTRE LO SCHERMO
15 documentaries celebrate Italian cinema behind the scenes

June 14 to July 25

CLICK HERE NOW TO SEE THE LIST OF DOCUMENTARIES AND ON JUNE 14 TO REGISTER TO WATCH

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE "BEYOND THE SCREEN" BROCHURE

 

5 OnDemand movies. Con la macchina da presa. Festival dei mestieri del cinema” in collaborazione with TrueColours – a disposizione di Ambasciate, Consolati, Istituti Italiani di Cultura.

Follow the link, register and watch. Movies are available till 20th June only. https://www.mymovies.it/ondemand/iic

 

“Reboot. Il cinema italiano riparte” e “Il nuovo abbraccio del cinema: dalla pandemia al set” in collaborazione with Fondazione Cinema per Roma – a disposizione di Ambasciate, Consolati, Istituti Italiani di Cultura.

Follow for the short videos: https://bit.ly/3ghMfep

 

On the occasion of the fourth edition of Fare Cinema, an initiative dedicated to the promotion of Italian cinema in the world, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation presents ‘Oltre lo schermo. 15 documentaries to tell the story of Italian cinema behind the scenes. The project is developed and produced by Audiovisiva, a platform that collects the best documentaries on Italian culture.

The collection’s films are available free of charge to the international public from the 14th June until 25th July 2021, upon registration and subject to availability, through the websites of the 82 Italian Cultural Institutes in the world and the website italiana (https://italiana.esteri.it/).

Luchino Visconti, Lina Wertmüller, Alida Valli, Dante Ferretti, Nino Rota, Giuliano Montaldo, Federico Fellini and more: the fifteen films in the collection, subtitled in Italian, hearing-impaired Italian, English, French and Spanish, take us on an exciting journey through Italian and international film production of the last 70 years to discover the hidden universe behind the scenes. Alongside the most well-known directors, documentaries turn the spotlight on the many extraordinary "hidden" professionals without which the magic of cinema would not be possible, today as in the past.

To access the film collection, click the link above on June 14 to register. Once registered, the 15 documentaries of the collection will remain available for viewing until July 25, 2021.

“Biopic TV” in collaborazione with RaiCom e Moviheart. Follow the Link: https://italiana.esteri.it/italiana/progetti/biopic/

 

DAVID DI DONATELLO AWARDS BEST SHORTS - 2021

Monday, June 14 to Sunday, June 20

AVAILABLE ON THE VIMEO CHANNEL OF THE ITALIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS PORTAL italiana

CLICK HERE ON JUNE 14 TO WATCH THE SHORTS ON VIMEO

 

From Book to Screen in collaborazione with Salone del Libro di Torino. Follow the link to watch - Click Here

To mark the second annual World Day of Italian Cinema, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has renewed its collaboration with the Academy of Italian Cinema (Accademia del cinema italiano) and the National Association of Cinematic, Audiovisual and Multimedia Industries (ANICA - Italy) to bring to audiences the screening of the five titles selected in the "Best Short" category at the 2021 edition of the David di Donatello Awards.

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Date: Da Monday, June 14, 2021 a Sunday, June 20, 2021

Entrance : Free


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