Update - Seats open 30 min before show, we will not wait until last minute for folks. If you get there much after 5:40 just go grab a seat and enjoy the show. If there is a large line or other circumstances we may sit down sooner. The odds of all 23 of us finding each other are limited but then again this is a movie not a group conversation. We will try to convene and reconvene after the show by the sign we'll post up.
Ciao a tutti....c'e un festival del film questo 4 Aprile - 7 Aprile qui ad Atlanta. Il Italian Film Festival sara presso alla Rialto Center qui nel downtown Atlanta.
Questa serie è gratis, spero che vorrebbe unirsi a noi. Tutte le film includono i sottotitoli nel inglese, così potete godere anche se capisci anche un pò di Italiano.
Hello everyone...there is a film festival this April 4th-7th here in Atlanta. The Italian film Fesival will be at the Fialto Center here in Downtown Atlanta. This series is free, I hope you can join us. All the films include subtitles in English, so you can enjoy even if you understand just a little Italian.
Movie starts at 6pm, we will meet at 5:15 as seating is first-come first serve only.
About the Movie - Immaturi (The Immature)
Giorgio is a child psychologist who goes totally crazy when he discovers he may become a father. Lorenzo is a realtor who would never trade living with mom and dad even after 30 years of living together. Luisa is a manager, separated, she has a daughter that at times is more mature than she is. Francesca is a chef going to rehab to learn how to control her sexual appetite. Piero is a radio dj with a nightly program that searches for his audience's regrets and memories, while he lives his own. And then there is Virgilio the one who, with a lie, destroyed the group 20 years earlier. The 6 ex best friends will find each other again on the verge of turning 40 when a notification from the Ministry of Education informs them that their SATs have been voided and they will have to take them again or loose their carriers. IN ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.
Web Site: http://www.filmitalia.org/film.asp?lang=...
Director: Paolo Genovese
Producer: Marco Belardi
Cast: Ambra Angiolini, Barbara Bobulova, Raoul Bova, Ricky Memphis
Screen Play: Paolo Genovese
Director of Photography: Fabrizio Lucci
Editing: Patrizio Marone
Music: Alex Britti
Duration: 108 min.
Festivals and Awards:
MIAMI ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2011: Winner Best Film
NASTRO D'ARGENTO 2011 Nominations:
Best Comedy (Paolo Genovese)
Best Original Story (Paolo Genovese)
Best Song (Alex Britti)
Best Supporting Actor (Ricky Memphys and Maurizio Mattioli)
DAVID DI DONATELLO 2011 Nominations:
Best Director (Paolo Genovese)
Best Music, Original Song (Alex Britti)
Best Screenplay (Paolo Genovese)
About the Theater
Link to Cinema Website - http://www.cinemaitaly.com/index2.php?idfestival=28
ALL SCREENINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND NO TICKETS ARE REQUIRED. We ask that you please arrive early as seating is on a first come first served basis. The Film Festival Administration reserves the right to revoke admission or refuse access to the theatre at the discretion of a Festival or Rialto Center for the Arts representative. Film and Event schedule subject to change
Directions to the Theater
The Rialto Center is located at 80 Forsyth Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303, on the corner of Forsyth and Luckie Streets in the historic Fairlie-Poplar district downtown, near Centennial Olympic Park. It is also within walking distance from many of downtown's major businesses and hotels such as the CNN Center, Hard Rock Café, Westin Peachtree Plaza, Hilton-Atlanta and the Ritz-Carlton Atlanta.