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The cinema of Fondazione Prada turns open-air

With walls completely removed from between the cinema and its surroundings, all of Fondazione Prada’s screenings can be enjoyed in an open-air setting.

In the unique screening room, from July 2 to September 25, from Thursday to Sunday, five films from the “Multiple Canvases” series will be screened at Fondazione Prada: three artists, Simon Fujiwara, Goshka Macuga, and Betye Saar present films that had a great impact on their intellectual formation. The selected movies are: Marcel Camus’s Black Orpheus (1959) picked by Betye Saar; Funeral Parade of Roses (1969) by Toshio Matsumoto and Imamura Sohei’s History of Postwar Japan as Told by a Bar Hostess (1970) selected by Simon Fujiwara; Patricio Guzmán’s Nostalgia de la Luz (2016) and Sergei Paradzanov’s The Color of the Pomegranate (1966) selected by Goshka Macuga. The interaction of the screening room and its surrounding buildings and courtyard also adds to this unusual cinema experience.

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