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DANTE'S INFERNO. Silent film



DANTE'S INFERNO. Silent film

With live soundtrack by Marco Castelli

The Inferno, (1911) silent movie by Francesco Bertolini, Giuseppe de Liguoro and Adolfo Padovan, produced by Milan Films, is the first feature film in history Italian cinema. Adaptation of the first cantica of Dante's Divine Comedy, only available in copies damaged, mutilated or censore, was, 2011, painstakinkly restored to its original edition, with the correct sequence of the shots, and to the fullness of his light and colors. The screening will feature a live sound track by Italian jazz player Marco Castelli. Marco Castelli, saxophonist and composer carries out his activity not only in the world of jazz, but also within the scope of theater, dance and contemporary performance, in 'solo' with the formula of the live sax and electronics for the live soundtrack of this masterpiece of the Italian silent film, He carries the audience in a world of sounds, which makes even more exciting the vision of the incredible images of the film simultaneously giving them a surprising modernity.


Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Entrance : Free