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Minerva Pictures presents “Venezia a Napoli. Il Cinema Esteso”.

14 November 2022

Naples calls, Venice answers. And with her also Minerva Pictures who will participate in the full program of events scheduled in the territory of Campania until the end of the month.

10 locations, 30 works, 40 guests, 10 national premieres, 50 events in total: these are the numbers of “Venice in Naples. Extended cinema” scheduled from Tuesday 25 to Sunday 30 October. The festival, currently in its twelfth edition, conceived and directed by Antonella Di Nocera, is the only independent film festival in collaboration with the Venice Biennale, created with the support of the Ministry of Culture, the Campania Region, Foundation Film Commission Campania Region and with the patronage of the Municipality of Naples.

Four films that see Minerva Pictures in the front row in a rich and interesting billboard.

It starts Tuesday, October 25 at 10 am |Venice Classics for schools at the Modernissimo with the screening of Carlo Di Palma’s Teresa la ladra. The restoration of the film was made in digital 4k by the Experimental Center of Cinematography-National Film Library from the negative scene and column made available by Minerva Pictures.

It continues Tuesday with an out of competition at the Cinema Astra with an evening tribute to Enrico Ghezzi, who, with the choreographer Alessandro Gagliardo, will present The last days of humanity, winner of the Fedic Prize.

In the evening of Tuesday there will be an appointment with the Venetian Nights (Isola Edipo and Giornate degli Autori) at the Cinema Partenio Avellino with the screening of Pablo di Neanderthal by Antonello Matarazzo. Grand closing Saturday 29 October at 21.30 at the Cinema Astra with the highly anticipated Eismayer, by David Wagner. An evening dedicated to the exclusive in Naples of the film winner of the Grand Prix International Critics’ Week of Venice, distributed by us and here preview, Extraordinary portrait of an Austrian army instructor who represses his homosexuality for fear of repercussions on work and family. It will be presented by the author and Beatrice Fiorentino, artistic director of the International Critics’ Week.