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XIX Cinema Italy Miami

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SCREENINGS ON 4/21-4/24
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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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PASSES PICK UP AND INDIVIDUAL TICKET SALES AVAILABLE ONLY AT THE O CINEMA BOX OFFICE.

DURING THE ENTIRE FESTIVAL, THE BOX OFFICE WILL OPEN EVERY DAY ONE HOUR BEFORE THE FIRST FILM OF THE DAY.

Individual tickets are $12 each and can only be purchased on the same day of the screening at the O Cinema Box Office; sales are on a first come, first served basis. Seating for Movie Pass holders are guaranteed up to 15 minutes prior to the scheduled screening time. At that time, seats will be released for sale to those waiting in the Rush Ticket Line. Latecomers will be admitted based on seat availability.

  • ALL FILM ARE IN ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.
  • PASSES ARE VALID FOR ONE PERSON AND ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE
  • YOU CAN SELECT YOUR METHOD OF PAYMENT USING VISA, MASTER CARD OR PAYPAL. ALL ONLINE SALES ARE FINAL.

Cinema Italy reserves the right to revoke admission or refuse access to the theater and any other Festival event at the discretion of a Festival representative. Film and Event schedule subject to change.

Movie Passes $70

Don’t waste a trip to find a sold out performance, buy our most popular pass, sit back and enjoy.

This year ALL of our films will only play once in competition at the O Cinema but with this pass your seat is guaranteed until 15 minutes prior to scheduled start time without worrying if the film is sold out. Attend all ten screenings at a 40% saving over the individual ticket price (individual film tickets are $12 per person) or see as many as you’d like without standing in line at the box office, simply walk up to the passport line, show your Movie Pass and get in before anybody else to select the best seats in the house. Would you want to enjoy a double feature? No problem, you will be allowed back in the theater first, before general admission, to again select the best seats available. Don’t forget to vote the “Audience Choice Award”

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The XIX CINEMA ITALY Miami will feature the best selection of award-winning Italian films, all in Italian with English subtitles.

Settembre
(Directed by Giulia Louise Steigerwalt | 2022 | 1h 48m)
Friday, April 21st @ 7:30pm

Maria (Margherita Rebeggiani) is a reserved teen. The boy she likes has just asked her to go to bed with him. She accepts but isn’t sure where to start, so her school friend Sergio (Luca Nozzoli) offers to give her a few sex lessons, leading to a special friendship. Sergio’s mother Francesca (Barbara Ronchi) learns she has a health issue but doesn’t feel the need to tell her husband Alberto (Andrea Sartoretti) about it, given that she’s been more or less invisible in his eyes for some time now. Francesca finds comfort in the arms of her best friend Debora (Thony), but their relationship soon blossoms into something new and unexpected. Francesca’s doctor Guglielmo (Fabrizio Bentivoglio) is suffering some sort of post-divorce apathy and the only person he likes spending time with, at night, is young sex worker Ana (Croatia’s Tesa Litvan) who, for her part, is falling in love with her sweet-natured baker contemporary Matteo (Enrico Borello); this young woman’s capacity for dreaming, in spite of everything, rouses Guglielmo from his torpor and inspires him to change tack.

 

Quasi Orfano
(Directed by Umberto Carteni | 2022 | 1h 39m)
Saturday, April 22nd @ 3:30pm

Valentino founded a very famous Milanese designer brand with his sophisticated wife and over involved father-in-law. Valentino, of Apulian origin, has progressively cut ties with his family, to the point of declaring himself an orphan and changing his surname. His colorful and numerous family runs a farm holidays with the lowest rating on TripAdvisor. Nicola, his elder brother, tries to reconnect, hoping for an economic help from Valentino to the disastrous economic activity of the family.

 

Lei Mi Parla Ancora
(Directed by Pupi Avati | 2021 | 1h 32m)
Saturday, April 22nd @ 5:30pm

Nino and Caterina have been married for sixty-five years. The elderly pharmacist is now widowed and the memories of his love story with his wife resurface in him with lucidity and full of details. The man’s daughter, a well-known publisher, decides to hire a writer to write a novel about her parents’ life based on her father’s memories but the writer and the old man could not be more different.

 

Notti in Bianco Baci a Colazione
(Directed by Francesco Mandelli | 2021 | 1h 29m)
Saturday, April 22nd @ 7:30pm

Matteo (Alessio Vassallo) is a technician of the municipal administration of a small province, but he has the dream of becoming a cartoonist. When he meets Paola (Ilaria Spada), a famous comic book writer, his life changes radically: the two fall in love and start a family. From their union were born Virginia, Geneva and Melania. Paola and Matteo have reached a strange balance: Matteo takes care of the house, takes the girls to school and changes them. Ten years have passed between funny moments and routines in which Matteo put aside his professional dream dedicating himself mainly to the role of father. The meeting with a former colleague who works in a French publishing house makes Matteo want to get to work again: perhaps the time has come to realize that dream that has remained closed in a drawer for too long. His decision will bring some turmoil in the family balance.

 

Il Primo Giorno Della Mia Vita
(Directed by Paolo Genovese | 2023 | 2h 02m)
Saturday, April 22nd @ 9:15pm

A rainy night in Rome. A man (Toni Servillo) collects some people aboard a long and battered old Volvo station wagon, which almost looks like a hearse. The people who come aboard have just committed suicide… In the car we will find Arianna (Margherita Buy), a policewoman who has lost her sixteen-year-old daughter. Napoleone (Valerio Mastandrea), depressed motivator. Emilia (Sara Serraiocco), a former gymnastics champion who ended up in a wheelchair. Daniele (Gabriele Cristini), a diabetic boy who became a YouTuber at the behest of his parents and killed himself by gobbling himself up with pastries. The four will have to spend seven days with the Man. After the seven days, they will be able to go back in time. Seconds before suicide. And decide whether to live or die again…

 

Il Principe di Roma
(Directed by Salvatore Allocca | 2022 | 1h 40m)
Sunday, April 23rd @ 3:30pm

An adaptation of Charles Dickens’ famous “A Christmas Carol”, it tells the story of an avid rich man living in the 1820’s Rome. Bartolomeo is a rich and greedy man who craves an aristocratic title more than any other thing. In his attempt to raise the money he needs to close a secret deal with Prince Accoramboni to obtain his daughter’s hand in marriage, he will find himself on a surprising horseback ride between past, present and future. Riding with exceptional companions he will have to come to terms with himself and gain new awareness.

 

Mancino Naturale
(Directed by Salvatore Allocca | 2022 | 1h 40m)
Sunday, April 23rd @ 5:30pm

A woman and her little miseries, a small world made up of men interested in her body, a son who loves to play football but doesn’t feel the need to become a star. For Isabella, recently widowed, her son’s magic left on the soccer field “is like a bank account” for which it is worth investing even pieces of dignity without asking what her son really needs.

 

Prima di Andare Via
(Directed by Massimo Cappelli | 2022 | 1h 38m)
Sunday, April 23rd @ 7:30pm

Andrea is a normal boy, bordering on the banal: he has an exaggerated best friend to keep at bay, a difficult exam to pass and an ex-girlfriend with whom he pushes back and forth. But he likes his life as it is and when he discovers he has an incurable disease the world collapses on him. Then he meets Giulia who, apparently, is in the same situation as him. Thanks to her, Andrea will understand that the time has come to take over what’s left of his life.

 

Ariaferma
(Directed by Giulia Louise Steigerwalt | 2021 | 1h 57m)
Sunday, April 23rd @ 9:15pm

An old prison built in the 19th century, located in a remote and unspecified part of the Italian territory, is being decommissioned. As a result of bureaucratic holdups, the transfers have been blocked and a dozen inmates are left, along with a few guards, waiting to be sent to new destinations. In a suspended atmosphere, the rules that keep them separate are slackened and new forms of relationship emerge among the remaining men.

 

Lasciarsi un Giorno a Roma
(Directed by Edoardo Leo | 2021 | 1h 56m)
Monday, April 24th @ 7:30pm

The film tells two love stories, similar but very different, against the background of a splendid and protagonist city. The capital becomes the romantic theater of the couple’s life: shaky, in love, exhausted but still evolving over time. The protagonists, in different ways, reflect on their lives to understand themselves and each other. Zoe and Tommaso, Elena and Umberto live their life as a couple in parallel, arriving at the moment of wondering if they are willing to move forward, evolve and try again or if the fear of breaking up is greater than that of remaining together. A manager and a writer, a mayor and a school principal collide on the screen and tell the beauty and difficulty of love in a cynical but also very profound way.