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Date(s) - 4 Oct, 2021 - 10 Oct, 2021

Different locations in Milano


About the Movie Week

For the 4th year Milano MovieWeek, the widespread festival dedicated to the world of movies and cinema brings the best of documentaries and short movies back to the city of Milan.
For 7 days, various locations in the city host a rich programme of screenings, meetings, exhibitions and workshops, all of which are held in compliance with current health and safety regulations. Moreover, following a format introduced in the 2020 edition, this year’s MovieWeek features streamings, online content and initiatives taking place outside the city.

What’s new in this edition?

This very edition of MovieWeek has been conceived with the aim to highlight the cinema industry and the many activities associated with it, as well as an invitation to return to the cinema.

Some of the featured events

The programme includes two exhibitions dedicated to actor Marcello Mastroianni and maestro Ennio Morricone, two icons who have made Italian cinema famous all over the world. The Kasa dei Libri hosts an exhibition dedicated to Marcello Mastroianni retracing his career through volumes, magazines and posters, while the spaces of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore nestle the exhibition Nuovo Cinema Morricone, a tribute to the career of the great master, one year after his death.

Milano MovieWeek 2021 happens in contemporary with another widespred festival, Milano Film Festival, held in three main venues: an open-air arena at Indro Montanelli Public Gardens and two cinemas, the Cineteca Milano MEET and the Arcobaleno Film Center.

Tickets and Information

The majority of the events are free of charge.

The Green Pass is required to access physical events held in enclosed spaces.

For additional information and to discover the full programme, please check www.milanomovieweek.it (in Italian) or www.yesmilano.it

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