This year we present a new section, Celebrazioni, which honours the great Masters of the italian history that contributed to the artistic revival of our country, keeping alive the memory with the purpose of educating the international audience.
The names that will be presented in this edition on Ravenna Nightmare will be two: Federico Fellini, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary from his birth, through the screening of the Fellini Fine Mai documentary by Eugenio Cappuccio, who will unveil the backstage of the great director's life, and Dante Alighieri, waiting the 700th anniversary from his death, through the screening of the animated works of Boris Acosta, animator, director and enthusiast of the Divina Commedia.
Fellini fine mai
by Eugenio Cappuccio, 80’
Eugenio Cappuccio reconstructs the journey that brought him to know Fellini as a teenager and to collaborate with him on the set of Ginger and Fred. Thanks to Rai's rich tv repertoire, the movie is enriched with numerous original testimonials by people that worked with the Rimini born master.
by Boris Acosta, 108’
Making use of the Eric Roberts contribute (Dante Alighieri's voice) we assist at the rivolutionary documentary based on Dante's Hell. The hellish trip begins into the dark forest where Dante is threatened by three ferocious beasts. He got saved by Virgilio, who then guides him through his dark journey to the center of the world, where he is going to meet his worst nightmare.
Inferno Dantesco Animato
by Boris Acosta, 39’
Produced by Franco Nero, the movie tells the tragic and redeeming trip of Dante into Hell, presenting over 50 orignal colored paintings from the book "Inferno-The Art Collection" and who is played in vulgar with Dantes words.
RAVENNA NIGHTMARE FILM FEST XVIII EDIZION
From the 31st of october to the 8th of november 2020 on MYmovies.it
All the films of the Festival at only 9,90€