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Detour Virtual Cinema Program

La programmazione che segue si riferisce alla sala virtuale Detour/Wanted ed è accessibile esclusivamente in streaming.
II costo dei biglietti varia da 4€ ai 6€. Normalmente 4€ per i titoli in catalogo e 5€ per lo streaming. Diverse forme di abbonamento possono essere disponibili.
Tutti i film si possono vedere a partire dall’orario indicato per lo spettacolo fino alle 48 ore successive. Entro questo lasso temporale è anche possibile interrompere e riprendere la visione del film.
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Ti ricordiamo inoltre che la visione dei film è consentita solo all’interno del territorio italiano.

La nostra sala virtuale è ospitata sulla piattaforma di streaming degli amici di Wanted Zone.

Per qualsiasi problema tecnico potete scrivere a traffic@wantedcinema.eu

The battle in how the urban form of New York City in particular was shaped in the mid-twentieth century is presented, the two leading figures on the opposing sides of the battle being Robert Moses, who held many senior positions related to development of urban infrastructure, and Manhattan resident and journalist Jane Jacobs, author of "The Death and Life of Great American Cities". In this battle, Moses disregarded Jacobs as a "mere housewife" and a nuisance of one at that. As was the prevailing trend of the time, Moses was in the camp of demolishing what he saw as not working to build homogeneous neighborhoods in style and function - most buildings several stories high or taller in the need to accommodate a growing population - that were largely supported by urban freeways or expressways to move people from the burgeoning affluent suburbs to jobs in the urban center. Many of the urban housing developments were social housing for those who could not afford to live in the suburbs, and ...
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A documentary set at the final of the 1984 French Open between John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl at a time when McEnroe was the world's top-ranked player. John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection is the documentary we have waited a lifetime for: The titular tennis titan was photographed decades ago by cinematographer Gil de Kermadec but never so well displayed as in this perfect documentary by Julien Faraut using Kermadec's footage. Call it a "found footage" doc if you will. Faraut's engaging approach is to have minimal but incisive voiceover while using often the ¾ view to concentrate on McEnroe's body and language to understand the range and passion of his perfectionism. Few documentaries are able to get inside the artist's head the way Faraut does. Along the way is a good portion of entertainment as McEnroe berates line judges, chair referees, cameramen, and spectators, all of whom he probably believed couldn't know the sport as well as he. His petulant "superbrat" mien makes engaging sports viewing, and Faraut's doc is equally so but with a deeper desire to understand the tennis bad boy's motivations. Although seeing this film brings us closer to McEnroe's demons, it doesn't completely explain them. Faraut seems to believe that McEnroe's constant competitor is himself with the understanding that everyone should know that the forces of competitiveness and perfectionism account for his eccentric and erratic behavior. Given Serena Williams' recent outburst, this remarkable doc helps us understand better our gifted athletes.
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Bjarke Ingels started out as a young man dreaming of creating cartoons. Now, he has been named "one of architecture's biggest innovators" by The Wall Street Journal and one of The 100 Most Influential People on the planet by TIME Magazine. BIG TIME follows Bjarke during the course of 7 years (2009-2016), while he struggles to finish his biggest project so far. We are let into Bjarke's creative processes as well as the endless compromises that his work entails, and we are on the side when his personal life starts putting pressure on him, too. In addition to the recently opened architectural marvel VIA 57 West (625 West 57th Street), Bjarke Ingels' company Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) was given the task of designing and building one of the skyscrapers which will replace Two World Trade Center in Manhattan. While Bjarke is creating these buildings, which will change the New York skyline, he is hit by health-related issues. The Film offers an intimate look into the innovative and ambitious ...
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A documentary about the life and career of one of the great architect and designer Alvar Aalto and his first wife Aino, with unpublished archival materials. The couple’s iconic creations defined Scandinavian design. An exchange of letters between the two Finnish architects narrates their private relationship, how they founded Artek and their relationship with other Modernists. Suutari's film also shows several of the nearly 300 architectural projects Aalto completed world-wide: the Paimio sanatorium in Finland, the Viipuri library in Russia, the famous Villa Mairea, the home of collector Louis Carré on the outskirts of Paris, and, among his latest projects, the Finlandia Hall: works united by the importance of light and a close relationship with nature, an architecture on a human scale.   Virpi Suutari (Finland 1967). Her films have participated in major international festivals. She has won Best Nordic Documentary and three Jussi Awards, the Finnish Oscars. Her documentary Entrepreneur (2018) was presented in the IDFA Master selection, at the Chicago International Film Festival and at the Sydney Film Festival.
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Featuring previously unissued photographs and video archives as well as interviews of his friends and partners in crime, "Doisneau: through the lens" tells how the kid from the poor suburbs turned superstar photographer. It draws the intimate portrait of the life and work - being so closely interwoven - of an artist fiercely determined to be a purveyor of happiness. Director Clémentine Deroudille is a French journalist, author and curator who has also worked as a radio producer for France Culture. Robert Doisneau: Through the Lens tells the story of her grandfather.
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Documentary chronicling the famed street artist's "31 works of art in 31 days" in New York city.
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In 2016, the Noordbrabants Museum in the Dutch city of Den Bosch held a special exhibition devoted to the work of Hieronymus Bosch, who died 500 years ago. This late-medieval artist lived his entire life in the city, causing uproar with his fantastical and utterly unique paintings in which hell and the devil always played a prominent role. In preparation for the exhibition, a team of Dutch art historians crisscrosses the globe to unravel the secrets of his art. They use special infrared cameras to examine the sketches beneath the paint, in the hope of discovering more about the artist's intentions. They also attempt to establish which of the paintings can be attributed with certainty to Bosch himself, and which to his pupils or followers. The experts shuttle between Den Bosch, Madrid and Venice, cutting their way through the art world's tangle of red tape, in a battle against the obstacle of countless egos and conflicting interests. Not every museum is prepared to allow access to their precious art works.
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An intimate portrait of a peasant-turned-oil painter who is transitioning from making copies of van Gogh's paintings to creating his own authentic works of art, emblematic of China’s Dream for the 21st Century: to go from ‘Made in China’ to ‘Created in China’.
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A train travelling from one coast of North America to the other is home to a revolving community of artists, performers and musicians, including Patti Smith and Beck. They collaborate and share their visions in a series of short happenings. First release at the Sundance Film Festival. Doug Aitken is an American artist and filmmaker. Defying definitions of genre, he explores every medium, from film and installations to architectural interventions. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the world, in such institutions as the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Vienna Secession, the Serpentine Gallery in London and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. He participated in the both the 1997 and 2000 Whitney Biennials, and earned the International Prize at the Venice Biennale in 1999 for the installation “electric earth”. Aitken received the 2012 Nam June Paik Art Center Priz
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Chi era Emilio Vedova? Uno degli artisti più significativi del Novecento, vincitore del Gran premio della pittura e del Leone d'oro nel'97 alla Biennale d'arte di Venezia, città dove è nato e dalla quale non si è mai staccato; un uomo "grande ed esplosivo" che ha vissuto "in un certo modo nel suo tempo"; un partigiano che ha combattuto nella Resistenza; un attivista impegnato socialmente e politicamente sempre "dalla parte della trasgressione", antifascista ma anche dissidente rispetto al partito comunista di cui era stato parte, perché "un artista è un'antenna" delle frequenze che capta intorno a sé. La straordinaria vicenda umana e artistica del grande pittore veneziano attraverso le pagine dei suoi diari, rari materiali d’archivio e preziosi contributi di artisti, curatori, collaboratori e amici. Il racconto è scandito dai passaggi fondamentali della storia politica, sociale e dell’arte del ventesimo secolo e, sullo sfondo di una Venezia quasi eterea, restituisce, grazie all’appassionata interpretazione di Toni Servillo e al dialogo quasi personale e diretto con Vedova, la profonda personalità e il tratto potente di uno degli artisti più significativi del novecento.
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Are you weary of yet another uninspiring movie streaming experience?
Are you looking for something to counteract the excesses of TV series binge watching??
Do you miss your much-loved arthouse cinema and want to support it in these hard times?
From now on you can try … Detour Virtual Screen! 

in collaboration with Wanted Cinema

While we wait for further information as to how we can get our film projector back into use in line with health and safety requirements, we are overjoyed to be able at least to inaugurate our virtual screenings! We’d like to invite you to join us.

Detour resumes its programming with the first two titles, proposed in “virtual room” mode!

Detour Virtual Screen is an experiment to try and keep in touch with you, a gentle but somewhat revolutionary act of love for cinema-in-the-cinema, in support of the impressive efforts and sacrifices that arthouse cinemas are facing, making our fabulous community aware of the difficulties of the current situation.

Virtual cinema does not simply mean pay-per-view movie streaming, but it is a gesture of solidarity that guarantees film buffs and fans a safe re-visiting of their favorite arthouse cinema, recognising the cinema’s role as an irreplaceable social and cultural landmark, and an opportunity for independent distributors with their precious catalogues of quality films, to jump back in.

With a little imagination you will enjoy once again attending our screening room, the call and the wait for a real movie event.

There’s more: through real live connections, you can interact directly with guests and speakers present in the room and talk with other spectators, during the première events.

While out famous red seats and comfy sofa will have to wait for your return, at least Detour’s heart will be able to carry on beating at at full speed, thanks to all of you. 

And now, ladies and gentlemen, let’s dim the lights…

To the Ticket Booth
Detour Virtual Ticket / Acquista il Film


HOW TO ACCESS OUR VIRTUAL SCREENING ROOM
Please note: admission to the virtual screenings is allowed from the Italian territory only.

  • Everyone can access the Detour Virtual Screen. DETOUR APS membership is not required.
  • Like in any self-respecting arthouse cinema, seats are limited, so hurry up and book!
  • Enter our virtual foyer by clicking on the Detour Virtual Ticket button.
  • A link will guide you down the corridor to our ticket office. Select the chosen film and show time by clicking the corresponding button.
  • After registering and logging into your personal account, you can pay by credit card. You will receive an access code.
  • Within the limits of availability of seats in the hall, it will be possible to purchase the ticket even after the time indicated for the start of the screening. However, you will see the film from the beginning.
  • Follow the link that takes you to the room and find out the place we have assigned you. Excellent visibility guaranteed: no big guy will stand in front of you and you can avoid the popcorn being chucked around by the usual jokers on the back row!
  • A countdown on the screen will signal the time remaining before the projection starts.
  • You can attend the screening at its scheduled time along with your fellow audience members, or you can watch the film in the 48 hour period starting from the start of the programme.
  • You can interact with guests and other spectators present in the room in the chat section of the platform, during presentations première and live events.
  • You can interrupt and resume the screening at any time (always within 48h) using the provided access code.
  • Now, all you have to do is please sit back, make yourself comfortable and enjoy a great movie at Detour Virtual Screen.
Crowdfunding

Unisciti alla difesa di uno degli ultimi presidi culturali cinematografici indipendenti della nostra città.

Your contribution has been and will be crucial to try to resist and will help to defend one of the last bastions of independent cinematography in our city.

Puoi effettuare la donazione tramite: / You can make donations using:
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news

Detour is a non-profit organisation based on the voluntary work of its members and everything that comes in is immediately
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Cine Detour ha scelto di aderire e sottoscrivere la lettera aperta di esercenti cinematografici e distributori indipendenti rivolta alle istituzioni,
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Free online streamings for you our friends! Classic and modern movies to watch at home! Stay home, be safe, take
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ATTENZIONE: IN OTTEMPERANZA AL DECRETO DPCM 4 MARZO 2020 PER IL CONTENIMENTO DEL COVID-19, IL CINEMA DETOUR SOSPENDE LA SUA
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festivals
On The Road Film Festival 7
We are delighted to announce the official selection for the ON THE ROAD FILM FESTIVAL, 7th Edition. A truly independent festival. Both feature films and shorts/medium length films in competition will be screened at Detour Arthouse Cinema within a period Read more
OTRFF VII >> Palmarès 2020
"Baikonur, Earth" by Andrea Sorini and "Chopper" by Giorgos Kapsanakis respectively won the Jury prize for Best Film and Best Short Film 2020 at the ON THE ROAD FILM FESTIVAL VII. "I Wish I Was Like You" by Luca Onorati Read more
Programmazione in sala cinema / Screening Room Program

Le proiezioni in sala sono sospese in ottemperanza al in ottemperanza alle disposizioni contenute nel Dpcm 24/10/20 in materia di contenimento della pandemia da SARS-CoV-2. 

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