An event not to be missed for all movie and music fans: an encounter entitled The music with the cinema inside, led by the collector from Lucca Alessandro Orsucci who will put on display unique pieces from his collection including an original painting by the master Renato Casaro, sketch for a popular film whose music was written by Ennio Morricone.
A real rarity and a world premiere: a unique occasion to be savored that will be unveiled during the meeting organized with the sponsorship of the cultural office of the Municipality of Lucca and the Banca del Monte di Lucca Foundation. Marco Vanelli will attend the meeting for Cineforum Ezechiele and Professor Marco Bellano, a professor at the University of Padua, author of numerous essays on the relationship between music and film language who will focus on the artistic union between Morricone and Sergio Leone, showing different passages from the films that have consecrated the two to the history of cinema and music.
Bellano, will let those present hear some excerpts from an unpublished interview that he himself did to Maestro Morricone some years ago. The meeting will also be an opportunity to admire the vinyl originals (over 40 pieces) of the soundtracks written and directed by Ennio Morricone for the films that made the history of cinema. There will also be a series of original fotobuste dealing with the 'dollar trilogy' with stage photos of A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. To be the master then throughout the exhibition will be the cinema painters with their paintings that formed the basis for the posters and posters of the films that will be exhibited on Saturday. The event also makes use of the collaboration of the art gallery of Pietrasanta by Laura Tartarelli, proving that art does not give itself boundaries and soon it will be precisely the gallery pietrasantina to host an exhibition of cinema painters curated by Alessandro Orsucci.