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2020 CAPRI, HOLLYWOOD – THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL TO UNSPOOL ON MYMOVIES. FEST’S 25TH EDITION WILL UNFOLD FROM DECEMBER 26TH 2020 TO JANUARY 2ND 2021

2020 CAPRI, HOLLYWOOD – THE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL TO UNSPOOL ON MYMOVIES. FEST’S 25TH EDITION WILL UNFOLD FROM DECEMBER 26TH 2020 TO JANUARY 2ND 2021

Sabato 26 Dicembre

  • 4.30pm – Notturno di Gianfranco Rosi (100’)
  • 5.30pm – Quasi Natale di Francesco Lagi (87’)
  • 6.30pm – Crocevia di Vanni Gandolfo (34’)
  • 7.00pm – Small Town Wisconsin di Niels Muller (105’)
  • 8.30pm – Waiting for the Barbarians di Ciro Guerra (112’)

Domenica 27 Dicembre

  • 2.00pm – Building Bridges di Masai Matthews (13’)
  • 2.00pm – Cop di Roman Sintsyn (45’)
  • 2.00pm – Dream Haulers di Farzane Ghaemi Zadeh (17’)
  • 2.00pm – Dusk di Ujjal Paul (23.42’)
  • 2.00pm – Family di Ivan Molina Jimenez (3.30’)
  • 2.00pm – For Sale di Franceso Gabriele (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Il gioco di Alessandro Haber (12’)
  • 2.00pm – Una nuova prospettiva di Emanuela Ponzano (18’)
  • 2.00pm – Unlucky di Marcos Mereles (2.58’)
  • 2.30pm – Enrico Lucherini – Ne ho fatte di tutti i colori di Marco Spagnoli (70’)
  • 3.45pm – Enrico LXXV – Lucherini a Venezia di Antonello Sarno (29’)
  • 5.00pm – Fuori era primavera di Gabriele Salvatores (75’)
  • 5.30pm – Odio l’estate di Massimo Venier (110’)
  • 7.00pm – Red Moon Tide di Lois Patino (84’)
  • 7.30pm – Divorzio a Las Vegas di Umberto Riccioni Cateni (90’)
  • 9.00pm – La mia banda suona il Pop di Fausto Brizzi (92’)
  • 9.00pm – Recon di Robert David Port (95’)

Lunedì 28 Dicembre

  • 2.00pm – Apollo 18 di Marco Renda (8’)
  • 2.00pm – C’e di mezzo il mare di Davide Angiulli (5’)
  • 2.00pm – E’ solo nella mia testa di Matius Gabriel Stancu (17.18’)
  • 2.00pm – Nets di Martina Aloia (3.36’)
  • 2.00pm – Sottosuolo di Antonio Abbate (15’)
  • 2.00pm – The Last Man di Adrien Jeannot (16’)
  • 2.00pm – The Woman Under The Tree di Karishma Kohli (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Times & Days di Alessia Buiatti (20’)
  • 2.00pm – Vista di Gergely Lorinczi (15’)
  • 2.00pm – The Last Supper di Michael Risley (12’)
  • 2.00pm – Lo strumento della fama di Jacopo Testone (14′ 47”)
  • 2.30pm – Achille Tarallo di Antonio Capuano (103’)
  • 2.30pm – Fuocoammare di Gianfranco Rosi (107’)
  • 2.30pm – Happy Times di Michael Mayer (93’)
  • 4.30pm – Il buco in testa di Antonio Capuano (95’)
  • 5.30pm – Lockdown all’italiana di Enrico Vanzina (94’)
  • 7.00pm – Vagabonds di Philippe Dajoux (108’)
  • 7.30pm – Il cinema non si ferma di Marco Serafini (96’)
  • 8.30pm – L’altra luna di Carlo Chiaramonte (94′)

Martedì 29 Dicembre

  • 2.00pm – Colpevoli di Edoardo Paoli (10’)
  • 2.00pm – Emma Forever di ¬Leo Fontaine (22’)
  • 2.00pm – Hunting Season di Dimitris Theocharidis (19.27’)
  • 2.00pm – Il figlio del Senator Borlotti di Lorenzo Cammisa (15’)
  • 2.00pm – L’Italia chiamò di Alessio di Cosimo (8’)
  • 2.00pm – La Tecnica di Clemente De Muro e Davide Mardegan (9.33’)
  • 2.00pm – Le Mosche di Edgardo Pistone (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Munashir di Yesim Tonbaz (10.13’)
  • 2.00pm – Slow di Giovanni Boscolo e Daniele Nozzi (10.29’)
  • 2.00pm – Quaranta cavalli di Luca Ciriello (10’)
  • 2.30pm – Non odiare di Mauro Mancini (96’)
  • 3.30pm – Dear Child di Luca Ammendola (77’)
  • 4.30pm – Favolacce di Fabio e Damiano D’Innocenzo (98’)
  • 5.30pm – Sacro Gra di Gianfranco Rosi (93’)
  • 6.30pm – Padrenostro di Claudio Noce (120’)
  • 7.00pm – The Match di Dominik e Jakov Sedlar (90’)
  • 8.00pm – Flash la Storia di Giovanni Parisi di Marco Rosson (60’)
  • 8.45pm – Zombie di Giorgio Diritti (13’)
  • 9.00pm – Volevo nascondermi di Giorgio Diritti (120’)

Mercoledì 30 Dicembre

  • 2.00pm – 16 Agosto di Silvia Luzzi (14’)
  • 2.00pm – Arturo e il Gabbiano di Luca di Cecca (5’)
  • 2.00pm – Bataclan di Emanuele Aldovraldi (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Chedly di Francesco Castellaneta (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Patisserie de Jeunesse di Gianmarco di Traglia (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Sulle Punte di Ulisse Lendaro (8’)
  • 2.00pm – Super – Soup di Iacopo Fulgi e Valerio Maggi (7’)
  • 2.00pm – Una Coppia di Davide Petrosino (22’)
  • 2.00pm – Where the leaves fall di Xin Alessandro Zheng (16’)
  • 2.00pm – Amor Fati di Luca Iammesi (12’)
  • 2.30pm – Winx Club – Il segreto del regno perduto di Iginio Straffi (95’)
  • 3.30pm – Below Sea Level di Gianfranco Rosi (110’)
  • 4.30pm – Winx Club 3D – Magica avventura di Iginio Straffi (87’)
  • 5.30pm – Songs of Solomon di Arman Nshanian (100’)
  • 6.00pm- Gladiatori di Roma di Iginio Straffi (95’)
  • 6.30pm – Critical Thinking di John Leguizamo (117’)
  • 7.30pm – Echoes di Tommy Llorens (88’)
  • 8.30pm – La Vacanza di Enrico Iannaccone (98’)

Giovedì 31 Dicembre

  • 10.00am – La grande bellezza di Paolo Sorrentino (150’)
  • 12.00pm – Youth – La Giovinezza di Paolo Sorrentino (118’)
  • 2.00pm – This Must be the Place di Paolo Sorrentino (118’)
  • 2.00pm – Ayaan di Alies Slutier (17’)
  • 2.00pm – Big Guy di Hicham e Sarim Harrag (24’)
  • 2.00pm – Come a Micono di Alessandro Porzio (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Il branco di Antonio Corsini (14’)
  • 2.00pm – La Playita di Sonia Bertotti (13’)
  • 2.00pm – Lella di Michele Capuano (16’)
  • 2.00pm – Silence di Sean Lìonadh (11’)
  • 2.00pm – Solitaire di Edoardo Natoli (8’)
  • 2.00pm – The Birdcage di Alexander Ivanov (39’)
  • 2.00pm – SC 4 di Eros D’Antona (7’ 45’’)
  • 3.00pm – Fandango At The Wall di Varda Bar-Kar (92’)
  • 4.30pm – La verita’ su La Dolce Vita di Giuseppe Pedersoli (83’)
  • 5.00pm – Exitus – Il passaggio di Alessandro Bencivenga (120’)
  • 6.00pm – Lacci di Daniele Luchetti (100’)
  • 7.00pm – Oliver Black di Tawfik Baba (93’)

Venerdì 1 Gennaio

  • 2.00pm – A Day In The Life Of A Boy di Niklas Bauer (16.25’)
  • 2.00pm – Finis Terrae di Tommaso Frangini (17.30’)
  • 2.00pm – Forgive Me Father di Jona Schlosser (22’)
  • 2.00pm – Mother di Antonio Costa (20’)
  • 2.00pm – Notebook di Andrea Tiatto (4.28’)
  • 2.00pm – Philosopher’s Tofu di Shih Chun Hsiao (10’)
  • 2.00pm – Ragazzi da paura di Maurizio Braucci (7’)
  • 2.00pm – So long Paris di Charles Dudoignon-Valade (17’)
  • 2.00pm – The Other di Ako Zandkarimi, Saman Hosseinpour (25’)
  • 2.00pm – Capolinea di Saverio Deodato (20’)
  • 2.30pm – Trash di Luca della Grotta e Francesco Dafano (88’)
  • 3.30pm – I tre asini di Nicola di Francescantonio (115’)
  • 4.00pm – Miss Marx di Susanna Nicchiarelli (107’)
  • 5.00pm – Papier Mache di Vitalj Suslin (77’)
  • 6.00pm – The Rossellinis di Alessandro Rossellini (100’)
  • 6.30pm – 90 secondi di Giuseppe Rossi (65’)
  • 8.00pm – The Shift di Alessandro Tonda (121’)
  • 8.00pm – La Danza Nera di Mauro John Capece (93’)
  • 9.30pm – Le Eumenidi di Gipo Fisano (70’)

Sabato 2 Gennaio

  • 2.00pm – 7 Kibeles di Orhan Tekeoglu (57’)
  • 2.00pm – El Remanso di Sebastian Valencia Munoz (19’)
  • 2.00pm – In Sync di Eddie Shieh (5’)
  • 2.00pm – My Kingdom di Guillaume Gouix (107’)
  • 2.00pm – Neo Kosmo di Adelmo Togliani (19’)
  • 2.00pm – Offro io di Paola Minaccioni (12’)
  • 2.00pm – Pain di Anne Rose Duckworth (9’)
  • 2.00pm – The Handyman di Nicholas Clifford (15’)
  • 2.00pm – The Recycling Man di Carlo Ballauri (15’)
  • 2.00pm – Peacock di Li Yunri (19’)
  • 2.00pm – The Receptionst di Giuseppe Piva (19′)
  • 3.00pm – Havana Kyrie di Paolo Consorti (100’)
  • 4.00pm – Mal Vecino di Ricardo Herrera (95’)
  • 5.00pm – Istmo di Carlo Finizi (100’)
  • 6.00pm – Las Gardenias di Federico Ahumada (68’)
  • 7.00pm – La ragazza nella nebbia di Donato Carrisi (127’)
  • 8.00pm – Last Call for Tomorrow di Gary Null (93’)
  • 9.00pm – Destini di Luciano Luminelli (90′)
  • 9.30pm – L’uomo del labirinto di Donato Carrisi (130’)

ROME, December 21, 2020 – In light of the world-wide Covid-19 pandemic, the 25th annual edition of Capri, Hollywood – the International Film Festival will unfold digitally this year using the Mymovies platform to host a worldwide contest with a selection from 1,600 works representing 90 countries. From December 26th 2020 through January 2nd 2021, the Festival will include premieres and special screenings of movies competing for the global year-end awards, such as Gianfranco Rosi’s “Notturno” which is Italy’s official entry for the 93rd Oscars.

All the films included in the official program of Capri, Hollywood 2020 will be available on the website www.caprihollywood.com and on the Festival’s social media (Facebook, Instagram and YouTube) where instructions will be provided how to access the free screenings.

This classic international cinematic event, which in 2019 was referred to by the Hollywood Reporter (USA) as the “last major festival of the year,” was founded and has been produced by Pascal Vicedomini in collaboration with Capri in the World Institute since 1995. It will be presided over by Antonio Lorusso Petruzzi with the support of the Director General for Cinema and Audiovisual of Italy’s Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism along with the Campana Region as well as the backing of the Italian Red Cross, and with the participation of several private sponsors.

This year’s outstanding celebration will highlight all of the Festival’s achievements over the past 25 years and will offer unique opportunities for cultural, artistic and business exchange within the worldwide entertainment industry.

In making the announcement, Vicedomini said: “Since its very begining, Capri, Hollywood has established itself as an important location for the films and performers pursuing the key global year-end awards. The festival, which traditionally takes place in the heart of winter on the enchanting island of Capri, has secured a well-deserved place in the international show business arena, thanks to its ever growing focus on the latest cinematic and audiovisual trends and its endless effort to focus on major humanitarian themes.”

“The Festival’s 25th edition occurs during a difficult time for the whole planet. Nevertheless the team at the Capri in the World Institute and I have been striving to explore new ways and methods to make it happen, embracing state-of-the art digital tools through which they can continue to pursue their passionate promotion of Italy and its talents, and to keep alive this unique international cinematic conclave that they have established and nourished in the beautiful Gulf of Naples,” Vicedomini added.

Leading up to the Festival, numerous heart-felt wishes and greetings were sent to Capri, Hollywood on social media by many celebrities and long-time festival participants including Dario Garrone, Zucchero, Mario Martone, Paolo Genovese, Edoardo Bennato, Giovanni Veronesi, Gianmarco and Maria Sole Tognazzi, Raf, Claudia Gerini, Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Ron, Enrico Vanzina, Marco D’Amore, Tullio de Piscopo, Salvatore Esposito, Raoul Bova, Max Bruno, Peppe Servillo, Francesco di Leva, Pina Turco, Edoardo De Angelis; as well as such young artists as Mirko Trovato, Eleonora Gaggero, Leonardo Cecchi, Federico Ielapi; and Oscar winning Steven Zaillian, Bille August, Bobby Moresco, Nick Vallelonga, Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo, Alessandro Bertolazzi, Paul Haggis. And more: Terry Gilliam, Joe Mantegna, Eli Roth, Noa, Robert Davi, Brigitte Nielsen, Amii Stewart, Kabir Bedi, Shekhar Kapur, Michael Radford, and Jason Weinberg along with many other friends and supporters.

The Festival’s board includes such beloved Italian and international luminaries as Lina Wertmuller (honorary chair of the Capri in the World Institute), Tony Renis (the Institute’s honorary president), Marina Cicogna, Enrico Lucherini, Franco Nero, Valerio Massimo Manfredi, and Enrico Vanzina. They will be joined by Noa (President of the Festival), Peppino di Capri, Andre Griminelli, Oscar- winning artists Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo, and Alessandro Bertolazzi as well as Terry Gilliam, Michael Radford and producers Mark Canton, Al Newman, Iginio Straffi and Andrea Iervolino.

On another front, Vicedomini and the Capri in the World Insitute have been able to strengthen the relationship between the region of Campania, the island of Capri and the Hollywood community through the Los Angeles, Italia Film, Fashion and Art Festival which takes place the week preceding the Academy Awards at Hollywood’s Chinese Theatre. Over the years, this festival has been intricately involved in a number prominent activities including the Academy’s Governors Award for Lifetime Achievement to Lina Wertmuller, who was also honored with a Star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in 2019, as well as with additional WOF Stars for a trio of iconic Italian artists — film director Bernardo Bertolucci (2008), opera singer Andrea Bocelli (2010) and composer Ennio Morricone (2016).

“And so, today like in 1995 and more than ever, we are here to say, long live Capri, long live Hollywood, hooray for the artists and their creations! The quality of our future life will also depend on the artists’ ability to tell their stories through their imagination and complete freedom of expression.

“We hope this year you will enjoy Capri, Hollywood on MYmovies and on social media!”, Vicedomini concluded.

 

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