The new season of ‘Culture at 4.15’, organized by Cinema del Carbone, will start on 9 November, a festival dedicated to the over-60s with 21 afternoon meetings on cinema, art, science, entertainment and history on the calendar until April.
«It is a long-awaited event – said organizers Benedetta Zecchini and Enrico Badi in the presentation – last year we had 120 participants, and we are growing. We propose a multifaceted programme, combining the theater’s cinema and events program with guided visits to exhibitions hosted in the city, talks in the library and archive, pollution between art and science, and botanical observations between land and water.”
There are numerous collaborations with other city entities, from the Teresiana and Parata Libraries to the Municipal Historical Archive, the Friends of Palazzo Te, Alkémica and the Land-de-sì Collective to which the municipal support is added. “There is care and creativity; Every year the quality increases – said Councilor Andrea Cabrini – We support this proposal that looks at the well-being of the elderly population of the city through a billboard based on real needs, the desire for cultural and social access.
Thirteen titles were chosen from among the major successes of the latest cinematic season, alternating lighter works with historical dramas and more. Many trips, to the Rubens exhibitions, to the Temple of San Sebastiano, to the scientific collections in the Natural History Cabinet of the Virgilio High School and to the Valle del Mincio Nature Reserve, as well as exhibitions in the library dedicated to Manzoni on the 150th anniversary of his death and the memory associated with the Valletta Baiolo area. The subscription cost is 25 euros. Appointments will be on Thursday and Friday. It is also possible to purchase individual tickets while available seats last. Information: Via Oberdan 5, on the phone 0376-369860 and on the website www.ilcinemadelcarbone.it.
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