Nuit Sur La Mer

Show time: 21:00

Original Language: Only on Sept. 21st
MPAA Rating: NR

Please note that this is a film in French with subtitles in Italian.

The director Marc Scialom will be present to meet the public

Synopsis: Au départ, Marc Scialom aurait dû réaliser “Le Citronnier”, l’histoire d’une rencontre, à Marseille entre un jeune Marocain et une juive tunisienne. Mais la mort de Mohammed, qui devait incarner le jeune homme, interrompt brusquement le projet. Un autre film reste à faire : celui qui raconte le désarroi du réalisateur.

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Bill Viola: The Road to St. Paul’s

Show time: 21:00

Original Language: Only on Sept. 22nd and 23rd
MPAA Rating: NR

Synopsis: This film follows American video artist Bill Viola and his wife and collaborator Kira Perov over a twelve-year period as they undertake and complete the installation of two video works, Mary and Martyrs, in St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. In documenting Viola’s approach, director Gerald Fox captures the essence of his creative process, along with the significant changes that occur over the lengthy time period. He also looks back at the career of this artist, who since the early 1970s has taken video art to a new level of acceptance in contemporary art.

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Nico, 1988

Show time: 19:00

Original Language: Only on Sept. 23rd
MPAA Rating: NR

Synopsis: The last year of singer Nico’s life, as she tours and grapples with addiction and personal demons.

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Movie tickets: €5.00

Where is the Cinema Detour?

Via Urbana, 107

Rome Review Tip: The movie theater Cinema Detour is located in the Rione Monti, 2 minutes walk from the Metro B stop Cavour.

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ON THE ROAD FILM FESTIVAL – VI Edition

Call for Entries 2018 – Submit your film to the competition now!

Based at the Cinema Detour since 2010, ON THE ROAD FILM FESTIVAL is devoted to contemporary independent cinema – fiction, documentary and experimental – presenting travelogues, urban and waste-land wanderings, real or imaginary topographies, unexpected detours, psycho-geographical drifts, migration and nomadism.

The Festival will take place in October/November 2018. Call for Entries is Open Now!

Visit the Cinema Detour official website to learn more about submission rules, fees and deadlines.