Kino, Filmvorführung, Cineteca Milano Arlecchino

As part of Giornate del cinema europeo 2022

Cineteca Milano Arlecchino
Kino, Filmvorführung

As part of Giornate del cinema europeo 2022

The screening will take place at H21:15 at Cineteca Milano Arclecchino, via San Pietro all’Orto 9, Milan, in the presence of the director Niccolò Castelli.
Single ticket € 5; carnet valid for the full programme of screenings € 10.
Tickets on sale here

Istituto Svizzero supports the screening of Atlas by Niccolò Castellias part of the fifth edition of the festival dedicated to European film productions.

European cultural institutes and diplomatic missions gathered in the EUNIC Milan Cluster invite the public – between Sept. 26 and Oct. 01 – to the European Film Days, organized in collaboration with Cineteca Milano.
The festival will feature screenings in original language with Italian subtitles of ten films that cross different genres touching on a variety of themes. The countries and entities represented in this edition are: Austria, France, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary and Wallonie-Bruxelles International.

by Niccolò Castelli (in presence)
Drama, 2021, 90 min, Italian
Switzerland, Belgium, Italy

Synopsis: An avid climber, Allegra is the victim of a terrorist attack that costs the lives of her friends. Annihilated by fear of others and a desire for revenge, she retreats into her solitude. Her loved ones are helpless. Thus, to return to the enjoyment of life, Allegra must engage in a long struggle with herself. In this context she meets Arad, a young refugee from the Middle East. For her, regaining trust in the different remains the most difficult obstacle.

Cast: Matilda De Angelis, Helmi Dridi, Irene Casagrande, Neri Marcoré, Angelo Bison, Nicola Perot, Anna Ferruzzo, Kevin Blaser, Anna Manuelli, Doro Müggler, Cristina Zamboni, Giacomo Bastianelli

Watch the trailer here.

Niccolò Castelli (1982) was born in Lugano and graduated in 2006 from the University of Bologna, Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, specializing in DAMS Cinema. From 2006 to 2008 he attended the Master’s degree in Film Making at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (ZHdK). He is a member of ARF, AFAT and Ticino Film Commission. In 2022 he was appointed artistic director at the Solothurn Film Days. 

Full programme

Monday 26.09.2022

H21:15 – Die Letzten Osterreicher, Lukas Pitscheider, Austria, 2020, 85’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

Tuesday 27.09.2022

H21:15 – Imaculat, Monica Stan, George Chiper-Lillemark, Romania, 2021, 114’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

Wednesday 28.09.2022

H17:00 – Alegria, Violeta Salama, Spain, 2021, 105’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

H21:15 – Atlas, Niccolò Castelli, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, 2021, 90’, Italian

Thursday 29.09.2022

H17:00 – Akik Maradta(Those who remained), Barnabás Tóth, Hungary, 2019, 84’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

H19:00 – After Spring comes Fall, Daniel Carsenty, Germany, 2015, 89’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

Friday 30.09.2022

H17:00 – Zieja, Robert Gliński, Poland, 2020, 110’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

H21:15 – Occupazione, Michal Nohejl, Czech Republic, 2021, 98’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

Saturday 01.10.20

H15:00 – Insyriated, Philippe Van Leeuw, Belgium, France, Libano, 2017, 85’, o.v. with Italian subtitles

H17:00 – Si le vent tombe, Nora Martirosyan, France, Armenia, Belgium, 2020, 100’, o.v. with Italian subtitles