“Napule è ‘na camminata” at Auditorium Rai

Pino Daniele

A path through the monuments, squares, streets, alleys of the “city of a thousand colours”, from Santa Chiara and Santa Maria La Nova to Castel dell’Ovo, trought via San Sebastiano, Medina street and Piazza del Plebiscito.

Will be screened in national premiere tomorrow, Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31, at 10 am and at 11.30, with free admission, in the Foyer of the Auditorium Rai of Marconi Avenue in Naples,“Napule è ‘na camminata – I luoghi di Pino”, docufiction directed by Gino Aveta and written by journalists and music critics Carmine Aymone and Michelangelo Iossa, played by Lucio Allocca, Marta Maiulli, Pino Ciccarelli, Martina Striano and Valerio Silvestro.

A journey to discover the Naples music that forged and inspired by the art of the beloved singer Pino Daniele who died prematurely a few months ago. The genesis of his first songs, the bond with the city, the friendship with the other “wild heart” Massimo Troisi, the market and the alleys of “Furtunato”, the boys of “Ué Man”, “Jesce journo” and waking up to the smell of “’na tazzulella’ e café”.

The docufiction was produced by the Rai Production Centre in Naples in collaboration with the Department of Tourism of the Municipality and with the international exhibition Rock! on the occasion of  “May of the Monuments 2015”: the edition was edited by Roberto De Angelis, the stills are of Dino Borelli and the backstage of Stefania Furbatto.

After the four national preview screenings, the docudrama will be visible in the fifth edition of the Rock!, hosted by the Pan – Palace of Arts in Naples from June 6 to July 19, 2015 (free admission), during the days of the event, inserted in the area dedicated to the exhibition “Pino! The many colors of  lazzaro happy”, the largest ever made on the career of the Neapolitan musician, thanks to the invaluable collaboration of collectors Vincenzo Calenda and Francesco De Martino.