I grew up festival, 60 films from international festivals in Rome and its region

From September 23 to October 2, Il cinema attraverso i grandi festival offers a selection of 60 films from the Locarno, Cannes and Venice festivals, premiering in Rome and the Lazio region.

The event “The major festivals (Cannes, Locarno and Venice) in Rome and Lazio” is back for a new edition in the cinemas of Rome and Lazio, offering the public the opportunity to watch films from the latest international festivals, mostly award winning. This initiative created by the Associazione Nazionale Esercenti Cinematografici (ANEC) (National Association of Cinema Traders), benefits from the support of the Ministry of Culture and the Lazio Region, as well as the collaboration of many partners, including the Cannes Film Festival , the Locarno Festival and the Venice Biennale Foundation.

Nearly 60 cinematographic titles selected from the feature films and short films in competition, out of competition and special events are screened in their original version with Italian subtitles. These films come directly from the 79th edition of the Venice Film Festival, the 75th Locarno Film Festival and the 75th Cannes Film Festival. The event is taking place in twelve cinemas in Rome, and four in the Lazio region to stimulate cinema attendance throughout the region. These screenings are for the most part accompanied by meetings with the director, the cast, or privileged meetings to learn more about the latest trends in contemporary international cinema.
The initiative comes in a particular context, where Italian cinemas have never been so undercrowded due to the pandemic and the restrictions it has long caused. Like the Film Festival, the event intends to represent an opportunity to return to cinema after difficult years.

Several French-speaking films on display

In the program, we highlight the winners of the festivals: holy spider by Ali Abbasi, Palme d’or for best actress at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, Gigi La Legge by Alessandro Comodin, who won the Special Jury Prize at Locarno and Regra 34 by Julia Murat, Pardo d’oro, Best film still at Locarno.
From the 79th Venice Monstra, All the beauty and the bloodshed by Laura Poitras, Golden Lion for Best Film, No bears (khers nist) by Jafar Panahi who won the Special Jury Prize or a French film, saint omer by Alice Diop, Silver Lion – Grand Jury Prize. As part of the “Orizzonti” section of the Venice Film Festival, the Special Jury Prize will be screened Bread and salt (cheb i sol) by Damian Kocur, while Critics’ Week arrives, among others, Anhell69 by Teho Montoya, Special Mention, Serandrei Prize Technical Contribution.
In the category Giornate degli Autori it will be possible to find Dirty difficult dangerous by Wissam Charaf, Europa Cinemas Label Prize, blue jeans by Georgia Oakley, Public Prize and Special Mention “Autrices Prize under 40, era by Mario Canale, special projection section, and many more.
Among the other French-speaking films, will be screened three nights a weekout of competition, by Florent Goëlou, beating sunby Philippe Petit, or, The Syndicalist by Jean-Paul Salome

The complete program is online on the website aneclazio.com.

Prices :
Full: 7 euros / Reduced: 6 euros / Loyalty card: for 5 tickets purchased, 1 free admission / Single price of 5 euros for cinemas outside Rome.

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I grew up festival, 60 films from international festivals in Rome and its region