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From the film clubs to the Politecnico: the coming together of arts and visions in the Flaminio quarter
MAXXI Auditorium – admittance € 5
curated by Mario Sesti
An extraordinary journey through the 1970s by way of stories of people, phenomena and movements, with films and eye-witness accounts
The film club phenomenon was one of the most fertile and original of the 1970s, producing festivals, critics and auteurs. In the case of the Politecnico, instead, born out the idea of facilitating the interaction between film and theatre, between art and architecture, as recounted in the film by Amedeo Fago, the experience that anticipated the contemporary obsession with interdisciplinarity and cross-mediality was a singular dream.
The screening of the film will be followed by a conversation involving experts and eye-witnesses.
Screening Il Politecnico: una storia romana degli anni ’70 by Amedeo Fago
Speakers Adriano Aprà film critic Orazio Carpenzano Director of the Department of Architecture and Design – La Sapienza University, Rome Amedeo Fago screen writer, director and set designer Paolo Luciani director Cristina Torelli director