23 Oct. Highlights on Day Eight of the Rome Film Fest include the final Italian film from the official selection, Alaska by Claudio Cupellini; an encounter with Italian conductor Riccardo Muti; Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraìn presents his new film El club at the MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XX Secolo; a tribute to Italian actor Paolo Villaggio with the restored version of Fantozzi, 40 years after its original cinema release; the boundaries between love and manipulation in research are explored in Experimenter; and Alvaro Longoria shows unknown images of North Korea in The Propaganda Game. For full details see website.
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