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Venetian Cineforum: a story of film culture
Giovanna d'Arco
Giovanna d'Arco
26 January 2012

In these days, Venice, the city of the International Film Festival has started playing a key role in spreading the culture of the seventh art by organizing the very first Film debates (Cineforum) in Italy, not only in its historic city centre, but also in the isles of the lagoon. This aspect will be discussed in the meeting “Venetian Cineforum: a story of film culture”, organized by Fondazione Querini Stampalia in cooperation with Cinit – Cineforum Italiano. The event will be held on Tuesday 26 January 2012, at 5.30 pm at the Querini Stampalia Palace. During the evening, there will be the screening La passion de Jeanne d'Arc, directed by  di Carl Theodor Dreyer, France 1928, 82' (fotography: Rudlph Maté - art direction: Hermann Warm e Jean Hugo - costumes: Valentine Hugo - with Renè Falconetti, Eugéne Silvain, Michel Simon, Antonin Artaud - production: Société Générale des Films). The silent film will be accompanied live by Laboratorio Novamusica: Alberto Collodel, bass clarinet; Umberto De Nigris, trombone; Peter Gallo, percussion; Andrea Carlon, double bass; Giovanni Mancuso, electronium. the event will be presented by Fondazione Querini Stampalia's President. The following speakers will be intervening: Marino Cortese, Carlo Montanaro, Giuseppe Barbanti, Giovanni Costantini, Marco Vanelli, Carlo Vian.

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