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Torino Film Festival Mixes Militant Cinema With More Mainstream Movies

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Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentItaly’s Torino Film Festival, the pre-eminent event for young directors and indie cinema — now being revamped after going virtual due to the pandemic — will somewhat symbolically kick off its upcoming 39th edition with the international premiere of “Sing 2” with director Garth Jennings in tow.“It’s a hymn to going back into movie theaters,” says Torino artistic director Stefano Francia di Celle on choosing the animated musical comedy, featuring more than 40 rock, rap and pop tunes, as opener for the Nov.

26-Dec. 4 event. It will be Italy’s first festival held in venues with 100% seating capacity since COVID-19 struck.“Sing 2,” he points out, is also only the second feature helmed by Jennings, who.

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