The Dolcevita-sur-Seine festival invites everyone to celebrate cinema from 9 to 13 July 2022. This first edition pays tribute to Italian cinema in Paris, at the same time as Rome celebrates French New Wave cinema. On the programme: indoor and outdoor film screenings, a food court with stands with Italian specialities, a photo exhibition, and many other surprises!
A celebration of the friendship between Rome and Paris
The two twinned European capitals are put in the spotlight by the Dolcevita-sur-Seine festival. This event is the promise of a trip to Italy whilst not leaving Paris. And in Rome, the event ‘Nouvelle Vague sul Tevere’ will give a Parisian touch to the Italian capital. These two events take place at the same time and are a tribute to the most iconic trends in cinema in each of the two countries. In Paris, a partnership has been established with the Paris Cinéma for film screenings at the Écoles Cinéma Club, Paris 5.
A festive and cultural programme on the banks of the Seine
Six outdoor movie evenings on the banks of the Quai des Célestins are programmed, along with other events and attractions, refreshment areas by the restaurant Les Nautes with a menu celebrating Rome and Paris, live music …
From 10 to 12 July 2022, a retrospective devoted to the film director, actor and screenwriter Carlo Verdone, a key figure in cinema in Rome and in Italy, will take place at the Écoles Cinéma Club. On the programme: Un sacco bello (1980), Maledetto il giorno che t’ho incontrato (1992) and Viaggi di Nozze (1995). The film Borotalco will be shown as part of the outdoor film screenings on the banks of the Seine.
Asciano Celestini, a leading figure in Roman theatre, will present a readaptation of his tribute to Pier Paolo Pasolini to celebrate the centenary of his birth. There will also be a photo exhibition celebrating the greatest Roman film shoots of the 60s and 70s.
Detailed programme available soon.
For its first edition, the festival Dolcevita-sur-Seine celebrates the twinning of Rome and Paris with a tribute to Roman cinema. Line-up of events: outdoor film screenings, concerts, theatre, tastings … A festive programme that will bring a touch of stardust to the banks of the Seine!