To promote cinema during summertime and to start the recovery of this sector after the emergency of Covid-19, the film industry focuses on outdoor cinema and various initiatives, such as the second edition of “Moviement Village“.
In compliance with the safety protocols that will be released by the competent authorities, the idea of an outdoor cinema represents a first step for the recovery of the economic-production and employment system of the sector and a new model for viewers.
While drive-in cinemas are all over the world enjoying a newfound popularity, in order to face with the closure of cinemas caused by the emergency, other initiatives encourage viewers to consume contents, maintaining social distancing to fight the pandemic.
Among them, the “Moviement Village” project that together with the Academy of Italian cinema will propose Italian movies which were awarded in the latest edition of the David di Donatello, a list of movies selected from those of the season 2019/2020, a series of unreleased movies for the big screen and alternative contents.
“Moviement Village” was created by ANEC, with the participation of the Distributors and Producers section of ANICA, of the Academy of Italian cinema David di Donatello, the support of DG Cinema and Audiovisual of MIBACT, sponsored by ANCI and the collaboration of ANAC , 100 Authors and Nuovo IMAIE.