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The Age of Innocence

The Age of Innocence

L’età Dell’innocenza Italy, Switzerland, 2021, 75 ‘ A personal diary that also acts as a sentimental journey. Will the man-child that emerges from behind the camera be able to glimpse something of himself before growing to maturity? One of Enrico Maisto’s most intimate and enlightening films. Buy tickets

Tardo agosto

Tardo agosto

Italy, 2021, 50’ A Sicilian landscape at summer’s end: The darkness. animals, the wind, fire, the sea, sounds, the loneliness of a young shepherd and the news of the birth of a daughter. From a distance, the camera captures the silence of time and the noise of life, grasping the suspension of a wounded earth. […]

Los Zuluagas

Los Zuluagas

Italy, Colombia, 2021, 80’ Camilo is an Italian citizen of Columbian origin. Having left his country as a child to get away from his threatening father, a former guerilla commander who died in exile in Rome, Camilo decides to return to Columbia eighteen years later to confront a painful past. Buy tickets

La zita

La zita

Italy, 2021, 49’ In a landscape forgotten by time, the archaic reminder of a past civilizations remain imprinted amongst the ruins scattered across the countryside where a goat meanders. An intimate and almost mythical portrait of southern italy that bears witness to the cohabiting  contradictions of distant worlds. Buy tickets

The War to Come

The War to Come

La Guerra Che Verrà Italy, 2021, 78’ Baraq and his platoon live in the trenches in a permanent state of anticipation. Through careful and silent observation among members of the Syrian army, the film shows the slowness at times of life at the front in a seemingly unending conflict. Buy tickets

Naya

Naya

Naya – Der Wald Hat Tausend Augen Netherlands, 2021, 24′ The story of Naya, a she-wolf travelling from Germany to Belgium, and the images that accompany her pursuit and capture. “The forest has a thousand eyes” goes an old saying: Using cameras and surveillance equipment, those eyes become ours, so near but yet so far […]

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