Quest’anno il festival è costruito intorno a un tema: lo spaesamento.
Lo spaesamento è una condizione costitutiva del presente, e prende diverse forme: la perdita di memoria storica, la disarmonia coi territori che abitiamo, una crisi generale dell’immaginario che rende difficile pensare al futuro.
Una condizione che, però, è anche generativa, perché quando saltano tutte le coordinate le possibilità si moltiplicano, anche sul piano artistico.
Gli autori e le autrici di questa edizione – che annunciamo a settembre - hanno lavorato, ciascuno col proprio sguardo, sull'idea di spaesamento.
Leggere un problema, come da sempre facciamo usando le storie, è un primo passo per immaginare di superarlo. Così, il festival diventa un percorso fatto di mostre, incontri ed eventi che si affiancano ai format classici di BilBOlbul e li spingono verso nuove direzioni, con l'idea di sciogliere i confini tra i linguaggi: saranno sempre di più gli autori e le autrici di altre discipline coinvolti nel festival, insieme ai progetti che mischiano linguaggi diversi.
Do you like new stuff? Who doesn't, right? Well, we've got you covered this month - starting with a new series that's part spy thriller, part road movie - and what a road! Welcome to the legendary Route 66. The 'main street of America' will take you through five states - for five volumes - on the heels of a father and his son seemingly fleeing a serial killer. And the FBI. And possibly the KGB as well. Ooooooh, boy ...
Now, I know what you're going to say: after 73 volumes translated and published, Lucky Luke is hardly new. True, but this format is! Allow us to present the long-awaited Complete Collection of your favourite lonesome cowboy. Gorgeous hardback edition, with three volumes worth of material in the original publishing order, including a few panels and pages previously unpublished, and over 40 pages of introduction on the character and the author. Who could say no to that?
Last but not least, it's time to return to the In-Between World and find out what happened to our friends from Alone - because the last time we saw them, things were looking pretty unpleasant. Unexpectedly, it might be Terry's turn to shine - and even grow up a little ...
June with Cinebook: get your kicks with our fine comics!
Murdered by the First Families' war leader, Camille has finally shown her true nature: she is the Midnight-Child, the envoy of Evil! Her friends, however, don't know it yet, as they've all been scattered by accident or treachery. Leila, imprisoned by Neosalem's authorities. Dodzi, captured by their enemies of the Last Families. Ivan, presumed dead ... Read more
After 70 years of life and over 70 translated volumes, it was high time English-speaking readers were offered a hardback collected edition. This first volume contains the first seven adventures of Lucky Luke, previously published as volumes Arizona, Rodeo and Dick Digger's Gold Mine... Read more
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Samuel L Jackson. A second team will form in Phase 4, according to the actor.
"I always think that there’s room for every kind of story to be told," Jackson told Cinema Blend. "And, at some point, they’re going to have to put together another Avengers group of some sorts to deal with whatever’s coming next.
"Nick [Fury] knows something is coming," he continued, "the same way he found out inCaptain Marvel that there are other things out there that need to be dealt with that I didn’t know about. [Far From Home] is moving us to another place. We really don’t know what time or space we’re in. I don’t. We do know that there is going to be something else.”
You’ll get no spoilers from us, but Spider-Man: Far From Home very much sets up what’s coming next in the MCU, and it would be very surprising if Nick Fury isn’t immediately working towards forming that new Avengers team. We would be shocked if Phase 4 didn’t conclude with a film called ‘The New Avengers’ or something similar.
And it looks like Jackson will continue to be a key part of the MCU, with Far From Home director Jon Watts paying close attention to Fury’s past when he watched Captain Marvel for the first time. “I was especially intrigued by seeing Nick Fury’s backstory. It was great to know how that was all fitting in to our film.”
As for what’s coming next for the MCU, Watts said, “I do know that they’re planning some pretty incredible stuff, but I’ll wait for Kevin Feige to tell the world about that.”
Will that ‘incredible stuff’ include a second Avengers? Time (and space) will tell.
Nick Fury returns in Spider-Man: Far From Home, coming to cinemas Tuesday 2 July, 2019.
Lo storico premio internazionale della satira, giunto alla 47sima edizione,
diventa anche un Festival, in programma dal 9 al 13 luglio d Forte dei Marmi.
Tra gli ospiti Makkox e Luca Bottura, Elio e Rocco Tanica, Ascanio Celestini e Stefano Massini e tanti altri
ed una giuria d’eccezione guidata da Serena Dandini, Lilli Gruber
e Beppe Cottafavi.
Da 47 anni premia il graffio satirico italiano e internazionale di scrittori, giornalisti, disegnatori, comici da Achille Campanile a Ficarra e Picone, da Cesare Zavattini a Roberto Benigni, da Zerocalcare a Leonardo Sciascia, da Liza Donnelly a Indro Montanelli, e ancora Fiorello, Dario Fo, Corrado Guzzanti, Virginia Raffaele, Enzo Biagi, Mikhail Zlatkovsky, Le Canard Enchaîné e tantissimi altri. È il Premio di Satira Politica di Forte dei Marmi, il prestigioso riconoscimento alla critica più dissacrante che da quest’anno, per scelta del Sindaco della città, Bruno Murzi si fa in due per diventare anche un Festival: “Un atto doveroso per una manifestazione di spessore internazionale che merita di essere vissuta a pieno in tutte le sue forme ed espressioni e che dovrà trasformare Forte dei Marmi, nei giorni di svolgimento, in una vera e propria città della Satira”.
Il primo evento in Italia dedicato alla satira politica, ideato e diretto da Beppe Cottafavi si terrà in cinque giorni di appuntamenti, dal 9 al 13 luglio a Forte dei Marmi, negli spazi di Piazza Garibaldi e Villa Bertelli con grandi ospiti tra i quali Elio e Rocco Tanica, Makkox e Luca Bottura, Ascanio Celestini, Stefano Massini e tanti altri e una giuria di esperti guidata da Serena Dandini, Lilli Gruber e Beppe Cottafavi.
Raccontata dal direttore del Festival Beppe Cottafavi e da Claudio Giunta e Marco Santagata, (professori di Letteratura italiana della Normale di Pisa), con la partecipazione dello scrittore Fabio Genovesi, la rassegna alzerà il sipario il 9 luglio alle ore 18.30 in Piazza Garibaldi, con il talk e video show che ripercorrerà la prestigiosa storia letteraria del premio e a seguire l’appuntamento con le barzellette magistralmente raccontate da Ascanio Celestini. A chiudere il Festival, sabato 13 luglio alle 21.30, sarà la serata presentata da Serena Dandini, che vedrà l’assegnazione del 47simo Premio Internazionale di Satira Politica di Forte dei Marmi, raffigurato dal Satiro caricaturato, realizzato appositamente dalla matita di Altan.
In allegato il comunicato stampa completo e il programma.
FESTIVAL DI SATIRA POLITICA
Forte dei Marmi, 9-13 luglio 2019
MARTEDÌ 9 LUGLIO
ore 18.30 – Piazza Garibaldi
LA STORIA LETTERARIA DEL PREMIO
Foto e video show con il racconto di Beppe Cottafavi, direttore del Festival, Claudio Giunta e Marco Santagata, (professori di Letteratura italiana della Normale di Pisa)
Interviene lo scrittore Fabio Genovesi
ore 21.30 – Villa Bertelli
STORIE COMICHE FERROVIARIE, UNO STUDIO DI BARZELLETTE
Con Ascanio Celestini
MERCOLEDÌ 10 LUGLIO
ore 18.30 – Piazza Garibaldi
IL POTERE IN ITALIA DA DE GASPERI A QUESTI QUA FINO A MARK CALTAGIRONE
Lectio Magistralis di Filippo Ceccarelli
ore 21.30 – Villa Bertelli
L’ITALIA CHIAMÓ MA ERA OCCUPATO
Le Coliche SHOW
I fratelli Marx del web italiano
GIOVEDÌ 11 LUGLIO
ore 18.30 – Piazza Garibaldi
Guido Conti con Diana Manea e Marco Remondini
Uno spettacolo pirotecnico interamente consacrato alla satira e all'umorismo, ideato e curato dallo scrittore Guido Conti. Carlo Collodi, Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Aldo Palazzeschi, Achille Campanile, Cesare Zavattini, Giovannino Guareschi, Federico Fellini, Dino Falconi, Vittorio Metz, Carletto Manzoni, Angelo Frattini, Marcello Marchesi riprenderanno sorprendentemente vita in un viaggio all'interno di una letteratura a torto considerata minore per raccontare un secolo tragico, ma soprattutto ricco di satira, dove lo sberleffo è una medicina contro i mali del mondo.
ore 21.30 - Villa Bertelli
UN ANNO BELLISSIMO
Dialogo con MAKKOX e LUCA BOTTURA
VENERDÌ 12 LUGLIO
0re 18.30 - Piazza Garibaldi
FAVOLE, ANIMALI E IL SENSO DELLA POLITICA
Reading di Stefano Massini
Ore 21.30 - Villa Bertelli
SATIRA E MUSICA SHOW
Con Rocco Tanica e Elio
SABATO 13 LUGLIO
ore 21.30 - Villa Bertelli
SERATA FINALE PREMIO INTERNAZIONALE DI SATIRA POLITICA
Conducono la serata del Premio Serena Dandini
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