Capri, returns to the big cinema in Certosa

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From 11 to 20 August, the cloister of the fourteenth-century Certosa di San Giacomo in Capri will turn into an attractive open-air cinema with the festival “Cinema in Charterhouse”, rich in previews. “Last year was a great experiment was successful – said the delegate of Tourism of Capri, Antonino Esposito – this year’s goal is to make movies in Certosa one of the highlights of our summer season.” The second edition of “Cinema in Certosa” opens with an opening night license plate Universal Pictures that will give the public a double projection: at 20.30, for children, “Spongebob 2 – Out of the water”, animated film signed by Paul Tibbit, to follow, to the greatest, the sci-fi thriller “Ex Machina” directed by Alex Garland, with Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac. The program continues Wednesday, August 12 with an evening signed The Walt Disney Company Italy proposes that, simultaneously with the theatrical release, the film dedicated to the Marvel superhero “Ant – Man”, directed by Peyton Reed, Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly , Corey Stoll, Bobby Cannavale, Michael Peña and Michael Douglas. After the break of August programming resumes Monday 17 with an evening dedicated to Spain and to the Beatles: the big screen the film, winner of six Goya Awards, “living is easy with eyes closed”, directed by David Trueba, in which a teacher , which uses Beatles songs to teach English to his students, knew that John Lennon is in Andalusia where a film goes on the road to meet him, all in the year 1966. The following day double projection with national premieres of “The trump card” directed by Ari Sandel, already blockbuster in America, and to follow the preview, strictly in the original language of the restored in 4K of “The Third Man” (The Third Man), film 1949 noir directed by Carol Reed with Orson Welles and Alida Valli. Thursday, August 20 closing the preview of “Something good” by George C. Wolfe, between drama and comedy, offers an exciting new round of Oscar Hilary Swank, also producer of the film.