The screening will take place at H21:00 at Cineteca Meet, in Viale Vittorio Veneto 2, Milan.
Ticket giornate del cinema europeo €5,00; 9 films pass €20,00 (on purchase online or in loco).
Istituto Svizzero supports the screening of the film Il mio corpo (My Body) by director Michele Pennetta, as part of the fourth edition of the European Film Days 2021.
The European Cultural Institutes and the diplomatic missions gathered in the EUNIC Milan Cluster invite the Milanese public to the review scheduled from December 10 to 12, 2021 at Cineteca Milano Meet (former Spazio Oberdan).
The exhibition consists of a selection of European film production of recent years. With the cultural richness that has always characterized the cycle, the nine films in the program cross different genres, with fascinating stories of fantastic or real characters always close to human experience and feelings.
The countries and entities represented in this edition are: France, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary and Wallonie-Bruxelles International.
A project of EUNIC Milan in collaboration with the Cineteca di Milano.
Il mio corpo
By Michele Pennetta, 82 min.
In sicilian, sub ita.
In the presence of the director Michele Pennetta.
Oscar – little more than a child – collects scrap metal for his father, who is in charge of reselling it. He spends his life in the illegal dumps where the scrap metal is deposited. At the other end of the spectrum we find Stanley. He cleans the village church in exchange for hospitality and some food. He picks fruit in the fields and takes the cattle out to pasture, just to keep his estranged body busy. Apparently very different from each other, Oscar and Stanley share a strong desire for emancipation.
Michele Pennetta was born in Varese in 1984. He attended the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ÉCAL), where he obtains a Master’s degree in Film Direction. A iucata (2013), his first film shot in Sicily, was presented at Locarno Film Festival in the section Pardi di domani – Concorso nazionale, where it was awarded the Pardino d’Oro. Pescatori di corpi (2016) is his first feature film, was presented in the section Cineasti of the Present. His latest feature film, Il mio corpo (My Body), is a co-production Switzerland-Italy and is the director’s third work to be shot in Sicily. The film had its world premiere in the official competition at the Visions du Réel 2020 Festival and has been included in the ACID selection of Cannes 2020.
In accordance with current regulations, the public is required to present a Covid Green Certificate at the entrance in order to access the event. This includes one of the following:
- • You have received the anti-COVID-19 vaccination, with proof that you have received the first dose of vaccine at least 15 days previously or that you have completed the vaccination cycle;
- • Recovery from COVID-19 within 6 months prior to the date of the event;
- • Present a rapid antigenic or molecular test with a negative result within 48 hours prior to admission.
H21:00 – 100 Dinge, Florian David Fitz, Germany, 2018, 111’, o.v., sub ita
H14:30 – Fuga, Agnieszka Smoczynska, Poland, 2018, 100’, o.v. sub ita
H16:45 – Spirale, Cecilia Felméri, Hungary, 2020, 98’, o.v. sub ita
H18:45 – Sympathie pour le diable, Guillaume de Fontenay, France, 2019, 109’, o.v. sub ita
H21:00 Havel, Slávek Horák, Czech Republic, 2020, 104’, o.v. sub ita
H14:30 – MO – Il Professore, Radu Dragomir, Romania, 2019, 80’, o.v. sub ita
H16:15 – Troisièmes noces, David Lambert, Belgium, 2018, 98’, o.v. sub ita
H18:30 – Jaulas, Nicolás Pacheco, Spain, 2018, 96’, o.v. sub ita – in the presence of the director
H21:00 – Il mio corpo, Michele Pennetta, Switzerland, 2020, 81’, o.v. sub ita – in the presence of the director
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