Artecinema Festival / 22nd Edition
October 19–22, 2017 / Naples

Pavlensky – Man and Might / Directed by Irene Langemann

The 22nd annual Artecinema Festival, curated by Laura Trisorio, will take from October 19th to 22nd, 2017. The inauguration will be held on Thursday, 19 October at 8 p.m. at the San Carlo Theatre and showings will continue on 20th, 21st, 22nd October at the Augusteo Theatre from 4 pm to midnight.

A selection of documentaries on the leading artists, architects and photographers of the last fifty years, divided into categories of Art and Environs, Architecture and Photography, will be presented.

 

Picasso et les photographes / Mathilde Deschamps-Lotthé (Photo Irving Penn)

Antony Gormley / Directed by Matteo Frittelli

Hockney / Directed by Randall Wright

The films tell the stories of artists through biographies, interviews and narrations mounted with archival materials which allow viewers to enter the world of art accompanied by the protagonists themselves, to view artists at work in their own studios or behind the scenes at important international exhibits.

 

Women Artists: Jenny Holzer / Directed by Claudia Müller

Objectif femmes / Julie Martinovic, Manuelle Blanc

Louise Bourgeois / Nina and Klaus Sohl

Once again this year, Artecinema confirms its social commitment by organizing showings and encounters with the directors: In schools for students of all ages at the Institut Français Grenoble in co-operation with the Campania Regional Scholastic Office; For inmates at the Secondigliano prison and at the Youth Detention Center in Nisida.

A catalogue in Italian and English will be published featuring critical reviews, film profiles and brief biographies of the directors.

 

The Secret Life of Portlligat – Salvador Dalí’s House / David Pujol

Cucchi a Passo Uno / Maurizio Finotto

Eva Hesse / Directed by Marcie Begleiter

Artecinema Festival 2017 / 22nd Edition

October 19, 8 pm / San Carlo Theatre
Registration is required for San Carlo Theatre.

October 20-22, 4 pm-Midnight / Augusteo Theatre
Entry free of charge

Visit the festival program page >

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