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Monday, December 28, 2015

"20 Years in 20 Films" at the Casa del Cinema in Rome

Penelope Cruz and Sergio Castellitto in "Non ti muovere"

If you’re in Rome, there is a cinema event that is not to be missed. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the production and distribution company,Medusa, the Casa del Cinema is screening twenty of the greatest Italian and international hits during the recent history of cinema in Italy.  

The film series is already underway. Below is the schedule of the remaining films until the last day on 6 January. All evenings are Double Bills beginning at 4:00PM. 

29 December -  “L’ultimo bacio” by Gabriele Muccino; “Respiro” by Emanuele Crialese 

30 December – “The Dreamers” by Bernardo Bertolucci; “Non ti muovere” by Sergio Castellitto 

1 January – “Quo vadis, baby?” by Gabriele Salvatores; “Match Point” by Woody Allen 

2 January – “Grindhouse” by Quentin Tarantino; “Honor thy Father and thy Mother” by Sidney Lumet 

3 January -  “La doppia ora” by Giuseppe Capotondi; “La prima cosa bella” by Paolo Virzì 

4 January – “Carnage” by Roman Polanski; “Almost Friends” by Olivier Nakache e Éric Toledano 

5 January – “La grande bellezza” by Paolo Sorrentino; “Sole a catinelle” by Gennaro Nunziante 

6 January – “Andiamo a quel paese” by Ficarra e Picone; “Italiano medio” by Maccio Capotonda 

Casa del Cinema
Largo Marcello Mastroianni 1
Through 6 January
Films begin at 4:00PM
Free Admission

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