Movies in English at ‘Cinema in Villa’
Cinema in Villa returns with a selection of new releases and timeless classics at the Villa Bardini from the first week of July to August 21. The summer cinema experience on the Belvedere Terrace offers guests a venue cooler than downtown Florence complemented by a breathtaking view of the city. Screenings start at 9:15 pm.
In its third edition, the Cinema in Villa returns with some special evenings focusing on renowned Italian directors like Federico Fellini, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Elio Petri, with showings accompanied by English subtitles. A number of American and British movies in the original language are also scheduled.
The program is divided into six sections comprising “Love and Psyche,” “Cinema and Literature,” “Family Cinema” (which provides free admission every Thursday for families with a reservation); Original Sound in Villa,” “Original Sound Special Event,” and “The Hits of the Season.” Admission is €5. Tickets can be purchased at the Villa Bardini or on www.villabardini.it and www.cinemainvilla.it in advance.
The following movies will be shown either in English or, in the case of an Italian film, accompanied by English subtitles.
Saturday, July 9: BELFAST, a 2021 British comedy-drama by Kenneth Branagh
Friday, July 15: MAMMA ROMA, a 1692 Italian drama hit by Pier Paolo Pasolini
Wednesday, July 20: SACCO E VANZETTI (Sacco & Vanzetti), a 1971 Italian crime-drama hit by Giuliano Montaldo
Thursday, July 21: ENCONTA, a 2021 American animated fılm by Jared Bush and Charise Castro Smith (Family Cinema)
Wednesday, July 27: ELVIS, a 2022 American musical drama by Baz Luhrmann
Friday, July 29: 8 E MEZZO (8½), a 1963 Italian fantasy-drama film by Federico Fellini
Saturday, July 30: TOP GUN: MAVERICK, a 2022 American action film by Joseph Kosinski
Sunday, July 31: È STATO LA MANO DI DIO (The Hand of God), a 2021 Italian drama-comedy by Paolo Sorrentino
Wednesday, August 3: UCCELLACCI E UCCELLINI (The Hawks and The Sparrows), a 1966 Italian comedy by Pier Paolo Pasolini
Sunday, August 7: GALILEO, a 1968 Italian drama by Liliana Cavani
Tuesday, August 9: KING RICHARD, a 2021 American drama by Reinaldo Marcus Green
Friday, August 12: INDAGINE SU UN CITTADINO AL DI SOPRA DI OGNI SOSPETTA (Investigation of a Citizen above Suspicion), a 1970 Italian drama-crime hit by Elio Petri
Saturday, August 13: NOSTALGIA, a 2022 Italian drama by Mario Martone
Monday, August 15: ENNIO, a 2021 internationally co-produced documentary by Giuseppe Tornatore
A special event will take place on Monday, August 1: the documentary “Babenco: Tell Me When I Die,” winner of numerous awards, will be shown in the presence of the director Bárbara Paz. (elif aytemiz)