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Europe on the Big Screen: We have a Pope (Italian Film)
|Venue:||WALLCAST movie at the New World Center Soundscape Park - Miami Beach|
GETTING TO KNOW EUROPE: EUROPE ON THE BIG SCREEN
Every Thursday evening, from 8 to 10 p.m., and from April 4 to 25, weather permitting, we invite you to a free outdoor WALLCAST movie at the New World Center Soundscape Park in Miami Beach. 'We have a pope' is the fourth European Film we premiere during our 'Getting to Know Europe: Europe on the Big Screen'Program.
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | 8:00 p.m. - 10:05 p.m. - Weather permitting
We have a Pope
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Join us for this moving film on the lawn in front of the New World Symphony's WALLCAST, a soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall that uses striking visual and audio technology. Make sure to bring blankets, beach chairs and a picnic, and get there early so you can set up.
Open and free to the Public
Synopsis: We Have a Pope (original title: Habemus Papam) is a 2011 Italian-French comedy-drama film directed by Nanni Moretti and starring Michel Piccoli and Moretti. Its original title is Latin for "We have a pope", the phrase used upon the announcement of a new pope. The story revolves around a cardinal who, against his wishes, is elected pope. A psychoanalyst is called in to help the pope overcome his panic. The film premiered in Italy in April 2011 and played in competition at the 64th Cannes Film Festival.
This event is jointly sponsored by the Miami-Florida Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, FIU and the diplomacy EU-grant Getting to Know Europe With the support of Miami Beach Department of Tourism, Culture and Economic Development, Cultural Affairs Program, Cultural Arts Councils and The Miami Beach Mayor and Conmissioners, the New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy, and the Consulate General of Italy, FIU’s European & Eurasian Studies Program, the European Student Association, and CSO.
This project has received funding from the European Commission under the grant “Getting to Know Europe”