The second part of the Dal Tramonto all’Appia festival, organised with Electa, is being held at Villa dei Quintili – an outstanding film festival in collaboration with the Cineteca Nazionale, entitled L’Estate Romana compie 40 anni.
In 1977, Renato Nicolini opened the city up to culture and Rome became an enviable stage attracting both the local population and visitors to all forms of entertainment, its film marathons being among the most popular memories.
That atmosphere is being relived at Villa dei Quintili on five evenings featuring as many art-house films released in the very first year of the Estate Romana. All are being shown in the 35mm format to channel their now-lost mood and the unmistakable flapping sound of the reel.
14/07 Un borghese piccolo piccolo (An Average Little Man – Mario Monicelli)
15/07 Padre padrone (Father and Master – Paolo and Vittorio Taviani)
16/07 Io ho paura (I am Afraid – Damiano Damiani)
18/07 Berlinguer ti voglio bene (Berlinguer, I Love You – Giuseppe Bertolucci)
19/07 Il giorno dell’Assunta (Nino Russo)
Performances start at 9 pm.
The archaeology sites will remain open after hours to allow the audience to enjoy these stunning locations at sunset (Villa dei Quintili until 8.45 pm).
Adult 5 Euros. 1-day ticket for Villa dei Quintili, Santa Maria Nova and Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella.
Concession 2.50 Euro for EU citizens aged 18-25 and EU teachers.
Free for EU citizens under 18 and Italian teachers.
Tickets include free admission to the performances.
On the five evenings at Villa dei Quintili, ATAC S.p.A. is running no. 118 buses until midnight (last bus).
Data 25 February 2018