Films from this year's Cannes Film Festival go on show in Rome from 8-13 June as part of the 11th edition of "Le vie del cinema da Cannes a Roma". The best of the festival is on the programme, with 31 feature-length films and seven shorts being shown in the original language with subtitles over the seven-day period. Among the films on offer is the winner of this year's Palm D'Or, "The Wind That Shakes The Barley" by Ken Loach, as well as works by Aki Kaurismaki, Kim Rossi Stuart and Guillermo Del Toro. A number of the film directors (including Mimmo Calapresti, whose "Volevo Solo Vivere" recounts the real-life tales of Auschwitz survivors) will attend screenings and take part in a discussion with the public afterwards. Tickets for the showings cost 6 (4 concessions). For the complete programme see www.agisanec.lazio.it.

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Address The majority of the films will be shown in three Trastevere cinemas: the Alcazar, Nuovo Sacher and Intrastevere. In addition, some showings will take place at the UGC Cin Cin Parco Leonardo near Fiumicino.

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Cannes films comes to Rome.

The majority of the films will be shown in three Trastevere cinemas: the Alcazar, Nuovo Sacher and Intrastevere. In addition, some showings will take place at the UGC Cin Cin Parco Leonardo near Fiumicino.