Name Teatro Ermanno Fabbri Phone 059 9120911




  • 3.00 PM: Montanario
  • 4.10 PM: When the mill hill trees
  • 4.30 PM: Best in the World
  • 5.30 PM: Live till I die
  • 6.00 PM: Stonebreakers
  • 7.10 PM: Silent love
  • 8.30 PM: Tara
  • 10.00 PM: Dear Odesa
  • 11.00 PM: Wine tasting

Screening of movies of the International Competition – 13th May

Fifth day of movies screening of the International Competion of Mente Locale – Visioni sul territorio 10th edition, and wine tasting “Un vino al giorno”.


Screening schedule:

Montanario – Upon that mountain by Eleonora Mastropietro – 67’ – Italy 2023

Regional Preview

A year along the Italian cableway on the Mont Blanc massif, before the shutdown of 2020. The machine, the workers and the users are represented as the main actors in a show designed to push the limits of modernity.


When the mill hill trees spoke to me by Kirsikka Paakkinen – 17’36’’ – Sweden 2022

Regional Preview

The filmmaker returns to her childhood village. As she looks at her own past and the place’s history, a poetic investigation into the relationship between human and nature takes form.


Best in the Worldby Hans Christian Post – 56’25’’ – Denmark 2022

Regional Preview

The documentary Best in the World offers a revealing look beyond the photogenic image of Copenhagen. The Danish capital is often considered one of the most liveable cities in the world. But this was not always the case. Thirty years ago, Copenhagen was an industrial city on the brink of bankruptcy. Through political and architectural engineering the city has experienced a complete transformation, but at what cost? Today the city is an engine of inequality both within its own borders and in the surrounding countryside. Who ultimately gets to benefit from this desirable new city?


Live till I die by Gustav Ågerstrand, Åsa Ekman, Oscar Hedin Hetteberg, Anders Teigen – 23’ – Sweden/Switerland 2022

National Preview

In a state-funded nursing home on the outskirts of Stockholm, a close relationship develops between Monica – a compassionate care worker, and Ella – a 99-year-old resident who doesn’t have any close family. A story about trying to reconcile with life coming to an end, and to do so with humor, warmth and flying colours.


Stonebreakers by Valerio Ciriaci – 70’ – USA 2022

Regional Preview

Stonebreakers chronicles the conflicts around monuments that arose in the United States during the George Floyd protests and the 2020 presidential election. The portrait of a nation forced to reckon with the darkest chapters of its history.



Silent loveby Marek Kozaviewicz – 71’ – Poland/Germany 2022

National Preview

At the death of her mother, Aga decides to leave her life in Germany with her partner Maja to look after her younger brother in Poland. To do this, she has to hide her love for another woman from the authorities.


Taraby Volker Sattel, Francesca Bertin – 86’ – Germany 2022

Regional Preview

Tara is the name of a small river on the edge of the Italian port town of Taranto. The local people say that the water has magical healing powers, a legend involving a donkey is also woven around the “river of fortune”. Gradually the panorama expands to include the neighboring factory chimneys, contaminated water samples, the construction of a gigantic local steelworks in the 60s and the ancient history of the area, focusing above all, however, on the people who don’t give up in the run-down industrial town and challenge the injustice and decline with their ideas and initiatives.


Dear Odesa by Kyrylo Naumko – 52’ – Italy 2022

Regional Preview

Being afraid of losing connection with my hometown, I return to Odessa once again to talk to Olha and Mykyta, who, by the way, are my mom and my friend.


Ticket price:
Free admission




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