Strade del Cinema - International Festival of Silent Movies accompanied by live music
- 01 August 2020 - 06 August 2020
Single ticket for the evenings of 1, 2, 4, 5 August and every single screening of the ‘70s Marathon of 3 August: € 5
Single ticket for the evening of August 6 (short film and feature film with live music): € 10
Subscription to all evenings, excluding the ‘70s Marathon of August 3rd: € 25
“Marathon ‘70s” ticket on August 3: € 18
“Strade del cinema” subscription (all evenings + Marathon on 3 August): € 40
Children up to 8 years old enter for free
The screenings of Strade del Cinema take place starting at 9.15 pm in the show area of the Roman Theatre.
In case of uncertain or bad weather, they take place at the same time at the Cinema Teatro Giacosa, in Xavier de Maistre street.
Before accessing the Roman Theatre show area, you must obtain a ticket at the ticket office of the Cinema Teatro Giacosa. The ticket office opens at 20.00, the gates of the Roman Theatre show area at 20.45
The entrance to the Roman Theatre show area is from Charrey street.
Before obtaining tickets, the attendance register will be filled in. Tickets will be numbered in a row and per seat. The system will assign seats automatically calculating the distances according to the law considering the number of spectators (single, couple, group of relatives).
A hostess will accompany each group of spectators in their place.
Specific places will be reserved for people with motor disabilities.
The outflow measures will be provided on site at the end of the shows.
The use of masks will be mandatory (both for staff and for spectators) during all displacements (not when watching films).
Hand hygiene products will be available for spectators and staff . Frequent cleaning and disinfection of toilets and of the surfaces (handrails, switches, buttons, handles, etc.) will be guaranteed.
Toilets are available at the Cinema Teatro Giacosa in Xavier De Maistre street.
Frankestein (1910), music by Selene Framarin (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, loop station effects). Then screening of Frankestein Junior (1974)
Ménilmontant (1926), music by Obamundo duo: Anais Drago, violin and Loris Deval, classical guitar. Then screening of Io and Annie (1972)
Film marathon about seventies (movies are doubled in Italian)
3.45 pm – The third-floor tenant (1977) prohibited to minors under 14 years
6.00 pm – Eraserhead-The mind that erases (1977)
8.00 pm – The shark (1975)
10.40 pm – The warriors of the night (1979)
00.15 pm – Last Tango in Paris (1972) forbidden to minors under 18 years
Entr’acte (1924), music by T.U.. Then screening of The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie (1972)
Ghost Before Breakfast (1928) and The Life and Death of 9413: a Hollywood Extra ( 1927), music by the Fantômas Quintet: Carlo Alberto Lupo, violin – Federico Gregori, guitar – Lorenzo Barbera, vibraphone – Maurizio Amato, bass -Matteo Cosentino, drums. Then screening of Nosferatu the prince of darkness (1978) forbidden to minors under 14 years.
An Eastern Westerner (1920), music by Manuel Pramotton and Mattia Barbieri duo (tenor sax and percussion)
The sign of Zorro (1920), music by Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima Quartet: Francesco Bearzatti, soprano sax, tenor sax, tenor sax, clarinet – Giovanni Falzone, trumpet – Danilo Gallo, double bass, electric bass – Zeno De Rossi, drums.
The International Festival of Silent Movies accompanied by live music is one of the most important European festivals bringing together music and visual arts. The first edition was in 2002 and it takes place in August . Its principal aim is to strengthen the relationship between cinema and music, reserving particular attention to some of the best- and least-known masterpieces in the history of silent movies, by bringing them back to life with original soundtracks performed live.
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