#RomaFF15 | Four independent bookstores involve some readers in screenings from the Film Fest
Starting on Monday, October 19th, and up to the 25th, four independent bookstores in Rome will involve some of their readers in screenings of films presented at the Rome Film Fest. The bookstores, scattered across the city, are Altroquando in the city centre in Via del Governo Vecchio; the Piave bookstore in Via Piave, near the most important high schools of our city; Tomo Libreria Caffè, in the heart of the university district of San Lorenzo; and Acilia Libri, located in one of the suburban districts with greatest attention to cultural activities. This initiative reinforces the already close bond between the bookstores and the Rome Film Fest, established to support one another in the dissemination of cultural activities in the city.
The screenings at the Altroquando Bookshop start tomorrow, Monday, October 19th, at 7pm, with The End? L’inferno fuori, directed by Daniele Misischia. The film for Tuesday the 20th, at 8pm, is Ammore e Malavita by the Manetti Bros., the musical comedy and winner of the 2018 David di Donatello for Best Film, while the film for Wednesday the 21st, at 9pm is another film by the two Roman brothers, Song’è Napule.
On Monday, October 19th, at 7:30pm, the programme kicks off at the Tomo Libreria Caffè, with a screening of Song‘e Napule. The next few days will see screenings ofThe End? L’inferno fuori (Tuesday, October 20th at 7:30pm), Ammore e Malavita (Thursday the 22nd at 7:30pm), and L’amore non si sa, with the director Marcello Di Noto attending (Friday, October 23rd at 7:30pm).
The Piave Bookshop will host two screenings on Saturday, October 24th: at 10:30am, Song’e Napule, and at 5pm L’amore non si sa with its director, Marcello Di Noto.
La libreria Piave, nella giornata di sabato 24 ottobre, ospiterà due proiezioni: alle ore 10.30 Song’e Napule, alle ore 17 L’amore non si sa con il regista Marcello di Noto.
Lastly, at Acilia Libri, the screenings get underway on Wednesday, October 21st at 8:45pm, with The End? L’inferno fuori, followed by Ammore e Malavita (Thursday the 22nd at 8:45pm), Ostia criminale – La mafia a Roma by Stefano Pistolini (Friday the 23rd at 8:45pm) and Song’e Napule (Saturday the 24th at 5pm). Wrapping up the lineup on Sunday the 25th at 5pm, L’amore non si sa, presented by Marcello Di Noto.