The Screen Presents:
Nov. 22 – 28
The Human Scale, A Portrait of Renowned Architect Jan Gehl
Danish architect and professor Jan Gehl knows there is a good side and a bad side to living in a city. Filmmaker Andreas Dalsgaard helps Gehl capture what these problems and solutions are. Today—in a society that faces problems of oil price, climate change, loneliness and severe health issues—what is the solution to healthy urban living? After 50 years of research, Gehl says the solution is in how we build our cities. David DeWitt of New York Times comments on The Human Scale, saying “it’s fascinating how alike and how different cities can be, and more fascinating to imagine what they may become.” Opens this Friday.
Rigoletto (Taormina), Performance at the Screen
Teatro Antico di Taormina presents the Italian master opera, Rigoletto, the story of the deformed and ridiculed court jester and his daughter. In this dark tale of betrayal and vengeance, director Enrico Castiglione sends the audience on a dramatic journey of passionate love and sacrifice all on the stunningly beautiful open-air stage in Taormina, Sicily.
Conducted by Gianluigi Martinenghi and starring Carlos Almaguer, Gianluca Terranova, Rocio Ignacio, Gianfranco Montresor. 2 hrs 20 mins plus two intermissions.
Sunday, Nov. 24 at 11 a.m. Tickets on sale.
Robert Redford’s All is Lost. It’s still Here! It’s still Here!
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