THURSDAY 5 - sala Deluxe
|h 16:00BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN
regia/by Felix v. Groeningen
2012, Belgium, 111’
An intensely romantic relationship of two independent people develops into a beautiful family. When the daughter becomes seriously ill, everything they know and love is tested. Oscar nominated for best foreign film.
|h 18:00OPEN THE DOOR
regia/by Sharam Karimi
2014, Iran/Italy, doc. 19’ 08”
The Iranian artist Shahram Karimi in collaboration with Luca Lancisi has created this documentary during a 2 weeks workshop with the inmates of the Rebibbia prison for women in Rome.
|h 19:00FOLLOWING THE NINTH
regia/by Kerry Candaele
2013, USA, doc. 90’
People’s lives around the world have been touched and transformed by the 9th’s message:”Alle Menschen werden Bruder (All People Are Connected)”. This is a story about the power of music and human resilience in dark times.
|h 16:00THE RIVER CHANGES COURSE
regia/by Kalyanee Mam
2013, USA/Cambodia, doc. 83’
The filmmaker travels to her native homeland to capture the stories of Cambodians struggling to maintain their traditional way of life while the modern world closes in around them to destroy it.
|h 18:00 - sala KodakTAVOLA ROTONDA PANEL
Three foreign authors living in Italy will present their work and will discuss the role of immigrant film makers. In collaboration with Cineteca di ologna the Mutti-AMM prize for migrant productions will be presented.
|h 18:00WAR IN PEACE
regia/by Wim Wenders
2008, Germany/Congo, doc. 3’ 27”
After 130 years of military dictatorship and 10 years of civil wars, The Democratic Republic of Congo has again gained peace. WAR IN PEACE shows visual impressions from the first year of freedom.
|h 18:00SHORT TERM 12
regia/by Destin Cretton
2013, USA, 96’
Grace is a twenty-something supervisor at a foster-care facility for at-risk teenagers. She is passionate, capable and committed, but her own difficult past throws her into unforeseen confusion.
|h 20:00THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
regia/by Robert Wise
1951, USA, 92’
An alien lands and tells the people of Earth that they must live peacefully or be destroyed as a danger to other planets.
|h 16:00FINDING VIVIAN MEYER
regia/by Charlie Siskel/John Maloof
2013, USA, doc. 83’
A mysterious nanny secretly took over 100,000 photos that remained hidden in storage. Decades later, after her death, her work was discovered and she now ranks among the 20’s century greatest photographers.
Pakistan, 2012, animation 20’
An episode from a courageous Pakistani television program that aims to empower women.
|h 18:00HONOR DIARIES
regia/by Michael Smith
2014, USA, 61’
The film profiles women in their efforts to affect change in Muslim-majority societies. Freedom of movement, the right to education, forced marriage, and female genital mutilation are some of the systematic abuses explored in depth.
|h 20:00BEFORE SNOWFALL
regia/by Hisham Zaman
2013, Kurdistan/Norway, 96’
A capturing road movie leading from Iraqui-Kurdistan trhough Berlin, to Norway. A village-boy is obliged to restore the family honor to find his sister who escaped her wedding.