Cinema at the villa

July 8 2020 – August 19 2020

The Bardini garden will host its first-ever cinematic festival with over thirty films screenings, taking place each evening between July 8th through August 19th at 21:15 (Admission: €5, pre-sale ticket purchases strongly recommended on www.musartfestival.it; available beginning on July 8th). The screenings will take place with 100 seats on the Belvedere Terrace, offering a breathtaking view of Florence.

The initiative is promoted and organized by the Fondazione CR Firenze and the Fondazione Parchi Monumentali Bardini e Peyron, in collaboration with the Musart Cultural Association and with the patronage of the Municipality of Florence.

CALENDAR
all films are screened dubbed in Italian without subtitles

Wednesday, July 8

La La Land by Damien Chazelle (USA 2016, 126′)

Thursday, July 9

Princess Mononoke by Hayao Miyazaki (Japan 1997, 133′)

Friday, July 10

Maria by Callas by Tom Volf (USA 2018, 113′)

Saturday, July 11 

Call me by your name by Luca Guadagnino (Ita/Fra/USA 2017, 132′)

Sunday, July 12 

Magari by Ginevra Elkann (Ita/Fra 2019, 99′) – the director will be in attendance

Monday, July 13

Hannah and her sisters by Woody Allen (USA 1985, 106′)

Tuesday, July 14

Caravaggio – L’anima e il sangue byJesus Garces Lambert (Ita 2017, 90′)

Wednesday, July 15

La ragazza nella nebbia by donato Carrisi (Ita/Fra/Ger 2017, 127′)

Thursday, July 16

Mia et le lion blanc by Gilles De Maistre (Fra 2018, 98′)

Friday, July 17

Marylin by Simon Curtis (USA 2011, 99′)

Saturday, July 18

Come un gatto in Tangenziale by Roberto Milani (ita 2018, 98′)

Sunday, July 19 

Lady Macbeth by William Oldroyd (Gb 2016, 89′)

Monday, July 20 

Blue Jasmine by Woody Allen (USA 2013, 98′)

Tuesday, July 21 

Frida – Viva la Vida by Gianni Troilo (Ita 2019, 90′)

Wednesday, July 22 

Haiku on a plum tree by Mujah Maraini-Melhi (Ita/Japan 2016, 73′)

Thursday, July 23

The BFG by Steven Spielberg (USA/Gb/Can 2016, 117′)

Friday, July 24

Original Copy by Marielle Heller (Usa 2018, 106′)

Saturday, July 25

The Shape of water by Guillermo del Toro (Usa 2017, 119′)

Sunday, July 26

Carol by Todd Haynes (USA/Gb 2015, 118′)

Monday, July 27

Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen (Usa 2011, 94′)

Tuesday, July 28

Klimt e Schiele Eros e Psiche by Michele Mally (Ita 2018, 75′)

Wednesday, July 29

Barney’s Version by Richard J. Lewis (Can/Ita 2010, 132′)

Thursday, July 30

The Fox and the Child by Luc Jacquet (Fr 2007, 90′)

Friday, July 31 

Lou Von Salomè by Cordula Kablitz-Post (Ger 2016, 103′)

Saturday, August 1 

Murder on the Orient Express by Kenneth Branagh (USA 2017, 114′)

Sunday, August 2

Elle by Paul Verhoeven (Fra 2016, 130′)

Monday, August 3

Match Point by Woody Allen (USA/Gb 2005, 124′)

Tuesday, August 4 

Van Gogh by Julian Schnabel (USA 2018, 110′)

 

Wednesday, August 5 

Il capitale umano by Paolo Virzì (Ita 2014, 109′)

Thursday, August 6

Les Vacances du petit Nicolas by Laurent Tirard (Fr 2013, 97′)

Friday, August 7 

Nureyev – The White Crow by Ralph Fiennes (Gb 2018, 122′)

Saturday, August 8

Green Book by Peter Farrelly (USA 2018, 130′)

Sunday, August 9

Disobedience by Sebastian Lelio (Usa 2017, 114′)

Monday, August 10

Bananas by Woody Allen (Usa 1971, 82’)

Tuesday, August 11

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Perla di Peter Webber (Gb 2003, 99′)

Wednesday, August 12 

Capote by Bennet Miller (Usa 2005, ’98)

Thursday, August 13

La famosa invasione degli Orsi di Lorenzo Mattotti (Ita/Fra 2019, 82′)

Friday, August 14

Dancer by Steven Cantor (Uk/Ru 2017, 85′)

Saturday, August 15 

Sink or Swim by Gilles Lellouche (Fra 2018, 122′)

Sunday, August 16 

Battle of the Sexes by Valerie Faris (Usa 2017, 121′)

Monday, August 17 

Vicky Cristina Barcelona by Woody Allen (Usa 2008, 97′)

Tuesday, August 18 

The Russian Ark by Aleksandr Sokurov (Ru/Ger 2001, 96′)

Wednesday, August 19 

Caos Calmo by Antonello Grimaldi (Ita 2007, 112′)

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