Summer at MAXXI. BooksIl Giardino dell’arte by Claudio Strinati
David is a Canadian PhD student in Art History. He leaves for Italy to discover all the treasures that have been the subject of his studies.
Summer at MAXXI. TheatreSpiagge. Theatrical reading by and with Isabella Ragonese
In Italy, the coast, the sea and its beaches represent a condition and a place that characterise life, society and the way people think and act.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksPaolo Benanti
An event to discuss the human condition "after" Sars-Cov-2.
Summer at MAXXI. TheatreL’abisso with Davide Enia
A show taken from the book by Davide Enia "Appunti per un Naufragio" which uses the languages of theatre to deal with the mosaic of this present time.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksKobane Calling. Oggi by Zerocalcare
Four years after the first edition, updating the information on the situation of the Syrian Kurds and their disputed land, the Rojava, is more important than ever.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksForte respiro rapido. La mia vita con Dino Risi byMarco Risi
Dino Risi is the director of the so-called "Italian comedy". Marco Risi is the young man who challenged his father on his own ground. Can one be a son and also perceive the father as a master?
Summer at MAXXI. CinemaExtra Doc Festival award ceremony
Ten competing Italian documentaries and a jury of experts to award the "Best Italian Documentary of the Year" and assign the "Extra Doc CityFest" award to the best unreleased documentary.
Summer at MAXXI. MusicVivere la Musica with Motta and Luca Valtorta
A partire dal suo ultimo libro Vivere la Musica, il cantautore Francesco Motta racconta che cosa significa vivere con la musica.
Summer at MAXXI. CinemaVideo Essay Film Festival award ceremony
First edition of VEFF – Video Essay Film Festival, dedicated to one of the most popular and innovative online genres: Video Essay as a new form of critique and reflection on cinema through images, text, editing and sound.
Summer at MAXXI. BooksChiamiamo il babbo by Paola and Silvia Scola
An intimate, heartfelt, honest portrait of the great Ettore Scola, master of direction and father.