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Rome-Berlin Roundtrip Festival

Roundtrip festival will be a unique occasion to evaluate the connection between Italian and German production, as the festival features films from both countries (and the German ones are all unreleased in Italy), together with a talk about production and

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Roundtrip festival will take place from 17th until 19th December 2015 at Kino cinema, in Rome.
It will be a unique occasion to evaluate the connection between Italian and German production, as the festival features films from both countries (and the German ones are all unreleased in Italy), together with a talk about production and distribution in Italy and in Germany.

 

Each night, films will be discussed or introduced by directors (Feo Aladag, Johannes Naber, Georg Maas, Piero Messina, Carlo Lavagna e Laura Bispuri), with a talk at the cinema’s bistro.
The informal character of this festival is what makes the difference and lets us feel the creative vibe of cinema.

 

Now let’s take a closer look at the Festival program.

 

17th December:

 

The wait - UberAuraThe Wait (L’attesa) by Piero Messina, a film set in Sicily, about solitude and unexpected passion, with Jiuliette Binoche and Lou de Laâge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inbetween Worlds - UberAuraInbetween Worlds (Zwishen Welten) by Feo Aladag, about a German soldier in a remote village in Afghanistan and his relationship with his young interpreter.

 

 

 

 

 

18th December:

 

Arianna - UberAuraArianna by Carlo Lavagna, a nineteen-year-old girl who has not had her first menstrual cycle. When she goes back to her old holiday house, memories from the past start coming back to her…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Age of cannibals - UberAuraAge of Cannibals (Zeit Der Kannibalen) by Johannes Naber, about two successful business consultants who have been travelling around the world and now want to become partners in their company.

 

 

 

 

 

19th December:

 

Sworn virgin - UberAuraSworn Virgin (Vergine Giurata) by Laura Bispuri, the story of Hana (Alba Rohrwacher), who renounces her womanhood to become a man and have the rights her archaic culture grants men.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two lives - UberAuraTwo Lives (Zwei Leben) by Georg Maas, about a woman, a “war child” whose life is disrupterd by the return of her past.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Before the screenings, there will be a talk about “Creation, production and distribution Italy-Germany”. After, a closing party will be hosted.

 

For a detailed program, click here.

 


Kino cinema, 34 via Perugia, Rome
Opening hours: from 5:30PM

Tickets: free entrance to talks; film tickets: € 5.00

Francesca Laura is a talented and eclectic writer, she works as a script consultant for a well-known film production house in Italy, while cultivating her passion for literature. She is currently involved in different projects with directors and authors.

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