Magazine article Screen International

Rome Unveils Full CinemaXXI Selection

Magazine article Screen International

Rome Unveils Full CinemaXXI Selection

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New section bookended by world premieres of Historic Centre and Amos Poe's A Walk in the Park [pictured].

Julio Bressane's O Batuque Dos Astros, anthology Centro Histórico (Historic Centre) (featuring contributions from Aki Kaurismäki, Pedro Costa, Victor Erice and Manoel de Oliveira) and Margarida Gil's O Fantasma Do Novais will receive their world premieres out of competition in the Rome Film Festival's new CinemaXXI strand.

Historic Centre will open the section, with Amos Poe's A Walk in the Park (in Competition) the closing film.

The three world premieres were announced today at the MAXXI Auditorium in Rome to go with the 17 world premieres previously announced in contention for the CinemaXXI Award, including Alina Marazzi's Tutto Parla Di Te, Stéphanie Argerich's Bloody Daughter and Mike Figgis's Suspension of Disbelief.

Anthology Mundo Invisível will also receive its international premiere out of competition in the section which is aimed at new trends in world cinema embracing various genres and lengths. …

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