Category Documentary

National Theatre Live- Hamlet

The events of the Prince of Denmark whose father was killed by his uncle who soon after he married his mother, his dilemmas, his feigned madness and relive the tragic death in a mass in the National Theatre scene starring Benedict Cumberbatch ...

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Pelé

It is 1950 and Brazil has the entire ear radio or their eyes to the small screen: it is a matter of national pride. The home defeat at the hands of Uruguay, in the last game of the World Championships in Rio, throwing the country into a state of collective despair and devastating. Through the implementation of practical discussion of the ginga, the expression of a happy and spectacular football, Brazilians bring into question their own identity and their worldview. But not the little I say, 9 years old, played football elf shoeless between Bauru alleys...

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Eddie the Eagle

Inspired by the true story of Eddie Edwards, the film tells the ascent of an unusual athlete who wants to achieve his dream of racing for ski jumping and represent Great Britain at the Winter Olympics. In 1973, the little Eddie, despite his physical problems and parents who continually oppose, cultivates the dream of competing in the most prestigious competitions, the Olympics...

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Exhibition On Screen- Renoir

Born into a modest family in the heart of France, in Limoges, Renoir (1841-1919) is one of the most beloved Impressionist painters and known to the world as well as an essential part of the history of European culture. Grew up in Paris, he met Manet, Bazille, Monet, Cezanne, Degas, Pissarro...

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Leonardo Da Vinci – The Genius in Milan

As of the exhibition dedicated to him at the Palazzo Reale in Milan while he was going on the Expo’s documentary traces the Leonardo Da Vinci’s activities in the period when he was in the city during the rule of Ludovico il Moro...

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Goya Visions of flesh and blood

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), better known as Francisco Goya, is considered one of the most important Spanish artists of all time and one of the precursors of modern art, able to assert its supreme art both as a portrait of the highest ranks of the Spanish company, is a commentator for the life of the people...

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Race

James Cleveland “Jesse” Owens leaves for college, leaving a young daughter, still a girl to marry and the family of origin in uncertain economic conditions. It seems already an achievement, but a few months later, thanks to the coach of Ohio University, Larry Snyder, Jesse gets the call for the Berlin Olympics. It is 1936 and the racial cleansing policy of Hitler divides the American Olympic Committee: to participate or boycott? The African American community face the same problem...

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Fuocoammare

Gianfranco Rosi tells Lampedusa through the story of Sam, a boy who goes to school, likes to throw stones with a slingshot who has built and go bird hunting...

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