Now in its fifth year, Fare Cinema is an initiative launched in 2018 by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to promote the Italian film industry in the world. Through Sunday, June 13-19 Fare Cinema will offer a variety of online content accessible for free on two platforms, Italiana and MyMovies.
Italian Renaissance is a series of conversations with filmmakers representing the renewed focus on contemporary Italian cinema by international festivals and film critics. Produced in collaboration with Fondazione Cinema per Roma, the series is followed by short films by each of the directors involved.
The Accademia del Cinema Italiano and ANICA present Italian Screens, the five finalist titles in the category “Best Short Film” for the 2022 David di Donatello Awards.
On the centenary Vittorio Gassman’s birth, Fare Cinema also pays tribute to this emblematic figure of the Italian culture, with a special interview with Alessandro Gassmann and a screening of the documentary “I’m Gassman! Vittorio King of Comedy” by Fabrizio Corallo.
Another important anniversary celebrated this year is the centennial of Pier Paolo Pasolini: for the occasion, the Cineteca di Bologna has created Pasolini 100, a series of original video-introductions to Pasolini’s films.