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Astradac: Two documentaries about women

Astradac: Two documentaries about women

Double date Astra Cinemas With documentary criticism Astratag – A journey into the cinema of reality, Wednesday 8 It’s Friday March 10, 2023Both evenings at 8.30 pm.

– Wednesday March 8th The nomination takes place as part of the Quebec Cinema Days in Italy, organized by Cinema Quebec Italia. It will be screened in a national preview for the occasion This House Miriam Charles in the hall with the event’s artistic director, Joe Paulus. The evening will be introduced by Anna Masecchia, Director and Programmer of Giornade Ciara Regione, Coordinator of the Postgraduate Program in Music and Entertainment at the University of Naples Federico II. The days are organized in collaboration with the “Conseil des arts et des Lettres du Québec”, the “Societé de développement des entreprises culturelles du Québec”, the Delegation of Quebec in Rome, the Canadian Embassy in Italy and Compass Productions. Cinema Museum of Turin.

“Sette Maison” (Canada- Quebec, 2022, 75′), screened in the original language with Italian subtitles, was included in the top 10 Canadian films of 2022 at the Toronto Film Festival. Bridgeport, 2008. A teenager is found dead in her room: Everything points to suicide, but an autopsy reveals something else. Ten years later, the director, the teenager’s cousin, recovers the past and investigates the causes and consequences of this unsolved crime. Like a fictional autobiography, the film explores the relationship between the protection of a private space like a home and the violence that threatens it. The work is a trip down memory lane, in which the director resurrects her murdered cousin Tessa to describe the life she was denied and to have a conversation with her mother about the cruelty of their separation. Premiering in full at Berlinale 2022 and a hit at major film festivals around the world, this experimental documentary brings together the dead and the living. Haitian-born Miriam Charles is a director, producer and cinematographer whose short films and films explore themes of exile and the legacy of colonialism.

– Friday March 10 This is the time Jane of Charlotte (France, 2021, 90′) by Charlotte Gainsbourg. The film is an intimate and intimate account of a face the world loves: his mother, the timeless Jane Burgin. The actress, singer, musician, and timeless icon chronicles an extraordinary life of world fame, but also the tenderness of an intense and moving mother-daughter relationship. Gainsbourg’s first feature presented at Cannes is a dialogue between mother and daughter, a visceral exchange of stories, memories, opinions, beliefs. An unmissable opportunity to get up close and personal with two eternal icons of the art world, two female portraits.

Charlotte Gainsbourg, born in 1971, has had a long and prolific career as an actress and has worked with directors such as Claude Miller, Franco Zeffirelli, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Michel Gondry, Todd Haynes, Casper Noh, Arnaud Desblin and most notably. Trier, with whom she directed Antichrist (2009), for which she won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival, Melancholia (2011) and Nimbomaniac (2013).


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Ilaria cyta

Author: Ilaria cyta

With a degree in Modern Languages ​​and Cultures for International Communication and Cooperation, she deals with event organization and writes on cinema, theater and music.


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