Another day dedicated to genre cinema begins at Ravenna Nightmare Film Fest, streaming on MYmovies.it from 31st October to 8th November.
The curtains open at 4pm with SHOWCASE EMILIA ROMAGNA, the section which sets out to promote the already-lively artistic production of our very own Emilia-Romagna region. Today’s selection kicks off with a truly unique film, Gli Anni Amari by Andrea Adriatico. A film as revolutionary as the themes it deals with, Gli Anni Amari documents a journey through various stages of the private life of Mario Mieli. With the eloquence of his words, author and activist Mieli, ignited the debate over implicit and explicit prohibitions, provoked clashes and confrontations in what already was the pretty revolutionary context of politically-charged 1970s Italy. A dive into the past and an ode to freedom, between political and social protests. The screening will be preceded by an interview with director Adriatico, conducted by Francesco Gamberini, head of the festival’s press office.
At 6.30pm, Ravenna Nightmare continues with the 3rd film of our Contemporanea section, The Return Of Tragedy di Bertrand Mandico, which just premiered at this years’ Venice Film Festival. Mandico, one of the main representatives of contemporary French experimental cinema, is also the winner of the Critics' awards for Best Director at last years’ Ravenna Nightmare. Mandico’s new film undoubtedly succeeds in paying tribute to underground cinema and its many facets, sometimes enigmatic, sometimes crude, always intoxicating.
Each film is available for 48 hours after the scheduled screening time, except Dante's Hell and Inferno Dantesco Animato, which will be available for the whole duration of the Festival.
RAVENNA NIGHTMARE FILM FEST XVIII EDIZION
From the 31st of october to the 8th of november 2020 on MYmovies.it
All movies at only 9,90€