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  • Greek Title Άννα
  • English Title Anna
  • Original Title Anna
  • Year: 2023
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: Ιταλία, Γαλλία
  • Duration: 122'
  • Director: Marco Amenta
  • Scriptwriter: Anna Mittone, Niccolò Stazzi, Marco Amenta, με τη συνεργασία της /with the collaboration of / con la collaborazione di Tania Pedroni
  • Cinematography: Giovanni Lorusso
  • Editing: Aline Hervé
  • Music / Score: Giulia Mazzoni, Julia Liros
  • Sound: Pierre-Yves Lavoué
  • Cast: Rose Aste, Marco Zucca, Daniele Monachella
  • Production: Simonetta Amenta, Sandro Parenzo - Eurofilm, Videa Next Station, Inthelfilm, Rai Cinema
  • Co-production: Mact Productions
  • Awards: Διεθνές Φεστιβάλ Κινηματογράφου Βενετίας - Giornate degli Autori, Ειδική Μνεία / Venice International Film Festival - Venice Days, Special Mention / Mostra Internazionale d’Arte Cinematografica Venezia - Giornate degli Autori, Menzione Speciale
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: Italian
  • Format: DCP
  • Subtitles: Greek, English
From Saturday, 21 Oct 2023 18:45 until Saturday, 21 Oct 2023 21:00
At Iera odos Str. 48, Postal Code 104 35 Kerameikos, Athens Categories: Προβολές Ταινιοθήκης Tags: Εκδηλώσεις - Φεστιβάλ

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As beautiful, wild, and magnetic as the pristine landscapes of her native Sardinia, Anna lives and breathes in time to her own land, a land that heals her wounds and nourishes her soul. Bowed but unbroken by the hardships she has endured, today Anna is a free agent, a woman who fears no more. In the remote corner of the island where she runs the small farm left by her father, time seems to stand still, and the presence of Anna, with all her erotic appeal and her courageous flouting of conventions, contains the power of a bomb ready to go off. That rugged landscape protects her right up to the day she’ll be the one protecting it – from the mechanical monsters ready to violate it. Safeguarding beauty and keeping her freedom become one in Anna’s battle cry, forcing her to make tough decisions and painful sacrifices, since self-respect and belief in one’s own convictions can’t be bought and sold.

Born in Palermo, Marco Amenta started out as a photojournalist reporting on the Mafia and a war correspondent in Bosnia. His photos were published as “Photos of the Year” in Libération and Max. Amenta went on to obtain a film degree at Université Paris 8. He directed his first documentary, Diario di una siciliana ribelle, in 1997. The film won numerous international awards and was broadcast on roughly thirty television channels worldwide. He directed Il fantasma di Corleone in 2005, and four years later made his first narrative feature, La siciliana ribelle, which also won multiple awards around the world and received two David di Donatello nominations (one being Best Directorial Debut). Amenta turned out his second narrative feature, Tra le onde, in 2021, which was selected for the competition section of Rome Film Festival.

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