TINTORETTO – A Rebel in Venice – Premiere – Urania National Film Theater @ Budapest

The next film in the frame of the Temple of Art series!

Uránia National Fim Theater
District, VIII., 21. Rákóczi Road – Budapest

Thursday, September, 12. 2019
7 p.m.
Screening takes place at the Ceremonial Hall

Italian English language, subtitled in Hungarian, color educational film. Length: 90 minutes, 2019
Director: Giuseppe Domingo Romano.
Starring: Helena Bonham Carter, Peter Greenaway, Melania Gaia Mazzucc
Screening at the Ceremonial Hall
Italian-English language with Hungarian subtitles

Tintoretto, A Rebel in Venice tells the story of the painter Jacopo Robusti, known as Tintoretto, from the early years of his artistic career until his death in 1594 in the city that inspired and challenged him.

Available from May 2019, Pannonia Entertainment distributes this stunning art documentary for cinemas across Hungary.

Before the screening Kata Bodor, art curator and curator of the Museum of Fine Arts, will give an introductory lecture on art history.

This visually spectacular new art film explores Tintoretto as the true mirror of Venice. A one of a kind genius, open-minded, restless, brave and with a strong love for freedom, unstable and elusive, he reflected the true spirit of the lagoon city.

Now the artist dubbed “a proto rockstar” by David Bowie and “the first film director in history” by Jean-Paul Sartre can finally be experienced up close in a stunning state-of-the-art cinema experience, featuring special guest Peter Greenaway and narrated by Academy Award nominee Helena Bonham Carter.

Tickets can be purchased on the spot at the film theater ticket box.

Source from the distributor Pannonia Entertainment

Update Aggie Reiter

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