Dedalo Minosse Cinema, promoted by ALA - Assoarchitetti moves to Rome, thanks to the collaboration with the Ordine degli Architetti Pianificatori Paesaggisti e Conservatori di Roma e Provincia and the Consejo Superior del CAPBA, Colegio de Arquitectos de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.
In this second appointment of 2018 Dedalo Minosse Cinema is focused on Argentina, its cinema, architects and architecture.
The occasion arises from a double anniversary: the 70th anniversary of a symbolic architecture, "Casa Curutchet", the only project by Le Corbusier in Argentina listed in UNESCO world heritage sites, and the 130th anniversary of the architect's birth.
Casa Curutchet has been the set of two argentinian films, subtitled in Italian by ALA - Assoarchitetti for the first time, that are going to be played during the event.
On June 26th at Casa dell'Architettura di Roma, the event is going to be opened with a series of conference the last one given by Dedalo Minosse Cinema's director Giorgio Scianca, and Casa Curutchet's director Julio C. Santana followed by the film "La obra secreta", by Graciela Taquini.
The event is an opportunity for reflection and confrontation for cinema lovers and architecture lovers, for the professionals of the camera and design, for travelers and dreamers.
FANTASMI E MOSTRI. La luce, il cinema e l'architettura
Autor with Steve Della Casa of "La recita dell'architetto - 1523 film e un videogioco" (2015, svpress) and director of the Premio Dedalo Minosse Cinema, he will talk about the argentinian cinema for the architects from the A to the Z.
Julio C. Santana, Casa Curutchet's director (Argentina)
CASA CURUTCHET: EL ALEPH DE LA PLATA
The importance of Casa Curutchet in the emergent culture of the 20th century, and as an emblematic expression of the Modern Lifestyle of that time, is going to be analysed until our days, in respect of the Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges, published in 1949, the same year when the structure started to be made.
"La obra secreta" by Graciela Taquini (2018), (110 minutes) is a new film settled in Casa Curutchet, a "commedy" where the house appears wonderfully photographed for the big screen.