ALEXANDRIA – Friday June 17 a 18.30the exhibition “Un set alla Moda” mounted on Palace of Cuttica will host another well-known and experienced character from the world of cinema.
Emanuela Martini, film critic and director of the film culture magazine “Cineforum“, will be the protagonist of a meeting with the public to talk about the great divas of Italian and international cinema.
Based on the portraits and costumes of the divas present in the exhibition, from Sophia Loren to Silvana Mangano, from Antonella Lualdi to Senta Berger and Claudine Auger, just to name a few, the critic Emanuela Martini will remember the figure and the trajectories not only. of some of the most representative Italian actresses in the cinema of the fifties and sixties, but also of the international ones and especially of some Hollywood stars.
A fascinating journey for women in the history of cinema and costume variations also supported by a special issue of the magazine “Cinefòrum” dedicated to the great women of cinema, through which you can meet fatal ladies, girls next door, revolutionary heroines and even ironic and irreverent Bad Girls.
The meeting with Emanuela Martini will be led by Barbara Rossifilm critic and president of “La Voce della Luna”.
Friday’s initiative is organized from the company CulturAle Building Together, by the Association of Cinematographic and Humanistic Culture “La Voce della Luna” with the participation of Italian Federation of Cineforums.
There show “A fashion set. A century of Italian cinema between photographs and costumes“open at Palazzo Cuttica until June 30, it can be visited from Thursday to Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. The exhibition is curated by Domenico De Gaetano, director of the National Film Museum of Turin, and had the strong support of the City of Alexandria and organized by the company CulturAle Costruire Insieme, promoted by the Piedmont Region, with the scientific coordination of the National Museum. of Turin Cinema and the Cineteca Nazionale in Rome, the participation of the Film Commission Torino Piemonte and the Artea Foundation and the collaboration of the Filatoio Rosso di Caraglio Foundation.
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES BY EMAUELA MARTINI
Born in Forlì, graduated in political science from the University of Bologna, freelance journalist. He has collaborated with numerous magazines, including “Film Tv”, “Cineforum”, “Cinema e Cinema”, “Cinecritica”, on the Sunday of “Sole 24 Ore”, and with the radio channels of Rai Radio 3 “Hollywood Party “and” Wikiradio “. He collaborated with the Mostra del Nuovo Cinema in Pesaro, was a member of the selection committee of the Critics’ Week of the Venice Film Festival, curator of the sections Officina and La Finestra sulla Fotografie and member of the selection committee of the Venice Film Festival. in 1992 and from 1999 to 2001. From 1987 to 2007 she was co-director of the international festival Bergamo Film Meeting, for which she also curated numerous retrospectives. From 1999 to 2007 she was editor-in-chief of the weekly FilmTv. From 2007 to 2013 she was deputy director and curator of the retrospectives of the Turin Film Festival, of which she took over in 2014, until 2019. She is currently the director responsible for “Cineforum”. Expert in Anglo-American cinema and author of numerous articles, essays and books, including “History of English cinema”, “The long goodbye: Robert Altman’s America”, “Walking Shadows: Shakespeare and cinema”, and monographs on Free Cinema, British. Renaissance, Powell and Pressburger, Gianni Amelio, John Cassavetes, Nicholas Ray, John Huston, Monty Python, Roger Corman, Hammer Film, Peter Sellers, Joseph Losey, Brian De Palma, New Hollywood and many more.
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