Our heroes in competition and the italian G12

Five authors running for Italy. And today is the day of the most-awaited and international Italian director, Luca Guadagnino. We already know that their movies will make noise, not only for the homage to Raffaella Carrà in the fantasies of Penelope Cruz Emanuele Crialese’s L’immensità or for our desire to refresh our memory of which is infused Gianni Amelio’s Il signore delle formiche about the Braibanti affaire. Reality and illusion, the chronicle of yesterday, becomes the image of a world still struggling with civil rights. And maybe it is this way to focus on the historical moment we are living in this mad world, among anachronistic wars and the panic for environmental disasters transforms one more the appointment with world cinema into a moment to look us in the mirror in the most crowded theatre for Italian cinema during this challenging times.

It’s not by chance that Italian cinema had its G12, a panel that reunites the entire Italian film industry during this climax. Twelve protagonists were invited by Cultura Italiae debating about three keywords for the future of cinema: creativity, industry, and identity. Today developed the commitment to open a permanent table to understand how to help the theatres and cinema find a balance between stories and consumers and platforms to talk in the most effective way with distributions. The action plan must also avoid the temptation of welfare financing starting from the value of projects and ideas. Alberto Barbera, Paolo del Brocco, Giampaolo Letta, Massimiliano Orfei, Nicola Maccanico, Marta Donzelli, Piera Detassis, Marina Marzotto, Gianluca Curti, Gloria Giorgianni, Mario Lorini, Francesco Rutelli and Lucia Borgonzoni, almost former Culture Subsecretary who called for the politic of support of the government to continue focusing more on quality and investements. The debate is open.

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