Perugia si appresta ad ospitare, dal 14 al 24 Novembre 2011, la seconda edizione (nel 2009 ci fu la “zero”) dell’IMMaginario Festival, chiamato IMMaginario 2.0. Questa nuova edizione avrà come tema portante L’Utopia, raccontando il dialogo tra padri analogici e figli digitali e la mutazione dei linguaggi e dei modi di pensare. Percorsi, idee e mappe per immaginare l’Italia che non c’è (ancora), un vero e proprio laboratorio per immaginare il Bel Paese del futuro reinterpretando il presente.

Il “non-festival” si dislocherà in 11 location di Perugia (Teatro Morlacchi, Teatro Pavone, Cinema Zenith, Sala delle Colonne, Ex-eliografica, Centro Camerale Alessi, Contrappunto, Hotel Brufani, Teatro Comunale Sant’Angelo, Norman Club, Giò Jazz Hotel) attraverso 63 eventi, 5 anteprime, 5 mostre, 3 laboratori e 12 concerti.
Toccherà a Giovanni Floris, conduttore di Ballarò, aprire il festival, lunedì 14 Novembre 2011 ore 11:00 al Teatro Pavone.

IMMaginario 2.0 svilupperà attraverso 7 temi: CinemaTelevisioneNew MediaRadioModaFumetti e Videogames.
Per la sezione Cinema sono attesi, ad esempio, Philippe Garrel ed il figlio Louis, rispettivamente regista e interprete della pellicola “Une été brulant” con Monica Bellucci (20 novembre ore 20,30 Teatro Pavone). Un incontro con Franco Battiato ed Enrico Ghezzi (19 Novembre 2011 ore 18:00 Teatro Pavone). Ed, a vent’anni dalla sua uscita, un evento su Il Portaborse, a cui parteciperanno, oltre gli sceneggiatori, anche Daniele Lucchetti e Gian Antonio Stella (Venerdì 18 Novembre ore 20:30 Cinema Zenith). Sarà presente inoltre Marco Müller (19 Novembre ore 16 Teatro Pavone).

Per la sezione TV il protagonista principale sarà Renzo Arbore, al quale sarà reso omaggio attraverso una rassegna sulla sua carriera radiotelevisiva composta di 5 appuntamenti, a partire dal 22 Novembre 2011 ore 15 al Teatro Morlacchi, con il prezioso contributo di alcuni collaboratori di storici programmi come “Quelli della Notte” e “Indietro Tutta”. Ma anche incontri con i protagonisti, autori e personaggi della tv di oggi come Le Iene (24 Novembre 2011 ore 20:30 Teatro Morlacchi), Marco GiustiGino e MicheleI Soliti Idioti, i protagonisti di Flop Tv e laboratori per pensare la tv di domani e per creare nuovi format. IMMaginario 2.0, che racconta il passaggio dalla cultura analogica a quella digitale, indagherà sull’involuzione della tv generalista ed in particolare dell’intrattenimento.

Protagonista della sezione Fumetto sarà in quest’edizione Lorenzo Mattotti, con la presentazione della versione digitale per iPad del “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”, l’esposizione delle tavole originali del volume stesso e dello spettacolo per suoni e immagini “Il ritorno di un certo Mr Hide”. IMMaginario 2.0 presenterà anche un’esposizione originale di artisti Pop Surrealisti e di Street Art (evento realizzato in collaborazione con la galleria d’arte Mondo Pop di Roma e la rivista XL di la Repubblica). Ed attraverso un incontro con Vauro e Vincino (20 Novembre Teatro Pavone, ore 18:30) si parlerà anche de “Il Male“, una delle più importanti riviste satiriche italiane che ha segnato la storia dell’informazione e del costume nel nostro Paese, tornata in edicola dopo ben 28 anni.

Saranno inoltre organizzati incontri dedicati ai nuovi linguaggi della Moda, come i Fashion Film, con la partecipazione degli stilisti umbri Lemuria Style, Marvie lab, Résho, Dioniso, Ozona, Mario Salvucci. Un modo anche questo per dare spazio alla creatività “Made in Umbria”. E presenti anche giornalisti come Peter Gomez, Antonio Padellaro e Luca Telese.

Chiamarlo solo festival contenitore di eventi sarà riduttivo: IMMaginario 2.0 ed il progetto IMMaginario, che durerà un intero anno fino ad IMMaginario 3.0, nel 2012, si propongono di superare la concezione classica di “festival”, grazie a laboratori, progetti in rete, incontri, eventi speciali e creatività partecipata. A Perugia saranno invitati i “Nuovi Mille“, giovani invitati da tutta Italia, portatori di innovazioni, esperienze e volontà di cambiamento. Nel corso dei prossimi 365 giorni verranno aperti degli IMMedia.lab ed il progetto web IMMaginario.tv, a cura di Angelo Guglielmi (Direttore storico di Raitre a fine anni ’80, dove rivoluzionò il modo di fare tv in Italia).

Perugia is preparing to host from November 14th to 24th2011, the second edition (in 2009 there was the “zero”) of IMMaginario Festival (IMMaginary), called IMMaginario 2.0. This new edition will have as its main theme the Utopia, telling the dialogue between analog fathers and digital sons and the digital mutation of languages ​​and ways of thinking. Locations, ideas and maps to imagine never-never Italy (still), a veritable laboratory for imagine the future Italy reinterpreting the present.

The “non-festival” will be displace in 11 locations of Perugia (Morlacchi Theatre, Pavone Theatre, Zenith Cinema, Sala delle Colonne, Ex-heliographic, Centro Camerale Alessi, Contrappunto, Hotel Brufani, the Municipal Theatre Sant’Angelo, Norman Club, Giò Jazz Hotel) through 63 events, 5 previews, 5 shows, 3 workshops and 12 concerts.
It’s up to Giovanni Floris, anchorman of Ballarò (Rai Television), the opening of the festival on MondayNovember 14th2011 at 11:00 am at the Teatro Pavone.

IMMaginario 2.0 developed through 7 themes: Cinema, Television, New Media, Radio, Fashion, Comics and Videogames.
For the Cinema section are expected, for example, Philippe Garrel and his son Louis, respectively, director and star in the film “Une été brulant” with Monica Bellucci (November 20th at 20:30, Pavone Theatre). A meeting with Franco Battiato and Enrico Ghezzi (November 19th, 2011 18:00 Pavone Theatre). And, twenty years after its release, an event on the “Il Portaborse”, which will be attended, as well as writers, even Daniele Lucchetti and Gian Antonio Stella (Friday, November 18th 20:30 Zenith Cinema). It will also be present Marco Müller (November 19th at 16:00, Pavone Theatre).

For the TV section the main character will be Renzo Arbore, which will be paid tribute by revisiting his career on television consists of five events, from November 22nd , 2011 at the Teatro Morlacchi from 15:00, with the valuable contribution made by some employees of historical programs as “Quelli della Notte” and “Indietro Tutta”. As well as meetings with key players, authors and characters of today television as Le Iene (November 24th, 2011 20:30 Morlacchi Theatre), Marco Giusti, Gino e Michele, I Soliti Idioti, the stars of Flop Tv and workshops for thinking of the tv of tomorrow and to create new formats. IMMaginario 2.0, which recounts the transition from analog to digital culture, investigating the regression of “all-purpose” TV and entertainment.

The protagonist of the Comics section in this edition will be Lorenzo Mattotti, with the presentation of the digital version for iPad “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”, exhibition of original drawings and show the same volume for sounds and images The return of a certain Mr. Hide”. IMMaginario 2.0 exhibition will also showcase original Pop Surrealists and Street Art artists (event organized in collaboration with the World Pop Art Gallery in Rome and the XXL Magazine of “La Republica”). And through a meeting with Vauro and Vincino (Pavone Theatre on November 20th, 18:30) you will also speak of “Il Male”, one of the most important Italian satirical magazines that has marked the history of information and customs in our country, back on sale after 28 years.

Will be organized meetings dedicated to the new language of Fashion, such as Fashion Film, with the participation of designers from Lemuria Style, Marvie lab, Résho, Dioniso, Ozona, Mario Salvucci. This is also one way to give space to “Made in Umbria” creativity. It also be present journalists such as Peter Gomez, Antonio Padellaro and Luca Telese.

Perugia is preparing to host from November 14th to 24th2011, the second edition (in 2009 there was the “zero”) of IMMaginario Festival (IMMaginary), called IMMaginario 2.0. This new edition will have as its main theme the Utopia, telling the dialogue between analog fathers and digital sons and the digital mutation of languages ​​and ways of thinking. Locations, ideas and maps to imagine never-never Italy (still), a veritable laboratory for imagine the future Italy reinterpreting the present.

The “non-festival” will be displace in 11 locations of Perugia (Morlacchi Theatre, Pavone Theatre, Zenith Cinema, Sala delle Colonne, Ex-heliographic, Centro Camerale Alessi, Contrappunto, Hotel Brufani, the Municipal Theatre Sant’Angelo, Norman Club, Giò Jazz Hotel) through 63 events, 5 previews, 5 shows, 3 workshops and 12 concerts.
It’s up to Giovanni Floris, anchorman of Ballarò (Rai Television), the opening of the festival on MondayNovember 14th2011 at 11:00 am at the Teatro Pavone.

IMMaginario 2.0 developed through 7 themes: Cinema, Television, New Media, Radio, Fashion, Comics and Videogames.
For the Cinema section are expected, for example, Philippe Garrel and his son Louis, respectively, director and star in the film “Une été brulant” with Monica Bellucci (November 20th at 20:30, Pavone Theatre). A meeting with Franco Battiato and Enrico Ghezzi (November 19th, 2011 18:00 Pavone Theatre). And, twenty years after its release, an event on the “Il Portaborse”, which will be attended, as well as writers, even Daniele Lucchetti and Gian Antonio Stella (Friday, November 18th 20:30 Zenith Cinema). It will also be present Marco Müller (November 19th at 16:00, Pavone Theatre).

For the TV section the main character will be Renzo Arbore, which will be paid tribute by revisiting his career on television consists of five events, from November 22nd , 2011 at the Teatro Morlacchi from 15:00, with the valuable contribution made by some employees of historical programs as “Quelli della Notte” and “Indietro Tutta”. As well as meetings with key players, authors and characters of today television as Le Iene (November 24th, 2011 20:30 Morlacchi Theatre), Marco Giusti, Gino e Michele, I Soliti Idioti, the stars of Flop Tv and workshops for thinking of the tv of tomorrow and to create new formats. IMMaginario 2.0, which recounts the transition from analog to digital culture, investigating the regression of “all-purpose” TV and entertainment.

The protagonist of the Comics section in this edition will be Lorenzo Mattotti, with the presentation of the digital version for iPad “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”, exhibition of original drawings and show the same volume for sounds and images The return of a certain Mr. Hide”. IMMaginario 2.0 exhibition will also showcase original Pop Surrealists and Street Art artists (event organized in collaboration with the World Pop Art Gallery in Rome and the XXL Magazine of “La Republica”). And through a meeting with Vauro and Vincino (Pavone Theatre on November 20th, 18:30) you will also speak of “Il Male”, one of the most important Italian satirical magazines that has marked the history of information and customs in our country, back on sale after 28 years.

Will be organized meetings dedicated to the new language of Fashion, such as Fashion Film, with the participation of designers from Lemuria Style, Marvie lab, Résho, Dioniso, Ozona, Mario Salvucci. This is also one way to give space to “Made in Umbria” creativity. It also be present journalists such as Peter Gomez, Antonio Padellaro and Luca Telese.

Perugia is preparing to host from November 14th to 24th2011, the second edition (in 2009 there was the “zero”) of IMMaginario Festival (IMMaginary), called IMMaginario 2.0. This new edition will have as its main theme the Utopia, telling the dialogue between analog fathers and digital sons and the digital mutation of languages ​​and ways of thinking. Locations, ideas and maps to imagine never-never Italy (still), a veritable laboratory for imagine the future Italy reinterpreting the present.

The “non-festival” will be displace in 11 locations of Perugia (Morlacchi Theatre, Pavone Theatre, Zenith Cinema, Sala delle Colonne, Ex-heliographic, Centro Camerale Alessi, Contrappunto, Hotel Brufani, the Municipal Theatre Sant’Angelo, Norman Club, Giò Jazz Hotel) through 63 events, 5 previews, 5 shows, 3 workshops and 12 concerts.
It’s up to Giovanni Floris, anchorman of Ballarò (Rai Television), the opening of the festival on MondayNovember 14th2011 at 11:00 am at the Teatro Pavone.

IMMaginario 2.0 developed through 7 themes: Cinema, Television, New Media, Radio, Fashion, Comics and Videogames.
For the Cinema section are expected, for example, Philippe Garrel and his son Louis, respectively, director and star in the film “Une été brulant” with Monica Bellucci (November 20th at 20:30, Pavone Theatre). A meeting with Franco Battiato and Enrico Ghezzi (November 19th, 2011 18:00 Pavone Theatre). And, twenty years after its release, an event on the “Il Portaborse”, which will be attended, as well as writers, even Daniele Lucchetti and Gian Antonio Stella (Friday, November 18th 20:30 Zenith Cinema). It will also be present Marco Müller (November 19th at 16:00, Pavone Theatre).

For the TV section the main character will be Renzo Arbore, which will be paid tribute by revisiting his career on television consists of five events, from November 22nd , 2011 at the Teatro Morlacchi from 15:00, with the valuable contribution made by some employees of historical programs as “Quelli della Notte” and “Indietro Tutta”. As well as meetings with key players, authors and characters of today television as Le Iene (November 24th, 2011 20:30 Morlacchi Theatre), Marco Giusti, Gino e Michele, I Soliti Idioti, the stars of Flop Tv and workshops for thinking of the tv of tomorrow and to create new formats. IMMaginario 2.0, which recounts the transition from analog to digital culture, investigating the regression of “all-purpose” TV and entertainment.

The protagonist of the Comics section in this edition will be Lorenzo Mattotti, with the presentation of the digital version for iPad “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”, exhibition of original drawings and show the same volume for sounds and images The return of a certain Mr. Hide”. IMMaginario 2.0 exhibition will also showcase original Pop Surrealists and Street Art artists (event organized in collaboration with the World Pop Art Gallery in Rome and the XXL Magazine of “La Republica”). And through a meeting with Vauro and Vincino (Pavone Theatre on November 20th, 18:30) you will also speak of “Il Male”, one of the most important Italian satirical magazines that has marked the history of information and customs in our country, back on sale after 28 years.

Will be organized meetings dedicated to the new language of Fashion, such as Fashion Film, with the participation of designers from Lemuria Style, Marvie lab, Résho, Dioniso, Ozona, Mario Salvucci. This is also one way to give space to “Made in Umbria” creativity. It also be present journalists such as Peter Gomez, Antonio Padellaro and Luca Telese.

Perugia is preparing to host from November 14th to 24th2011, the second edition (in 2009 there was the “zero”) of IMMaginario Festival (IMMaginary), called IMMaginario 2.0. This new edition will have as its main theme the Utopia, telling the dialogue between analog fathers and digital sons and the digital mutation of languages ​​and ways of thinking. Locations, ideas and maps to imagine never-never Italy (still), a veritable laboratory for imagine the future Italy reinterpreting the present.

The “non-festival” will be displace in 11 locations of Perugia (Morlacchi Theatre, Pavone Theatre, Zenith Cinema, Sala delle Colonne, Ex-heliographic, Centro Camerale Alessi, Contrappunto, Hotel Brufani, the Municipal Theatre Sant’Angelo, Norman Club, Giò Jazz Hotel) through 63 events, 5 previews, 5 shows, 3 workshops and 12 concerts.
It’s up to Giovanni Floris, anchorman of Ballarò (Rai Television), the opening of the festival on MondayNovember 14th2011 at 11:00 am at the Teatro Pavone.

IMMaginario 2.0 developed through 7 themes: Cinema, Television, New Media, Radio, Fashion, Comics and Videogames.
For the Cinema section are expected, for example, Philippe Garrel and his son Louis, respectively, director and star in the film “Une été brulant” with Monica Bellucci (November 20th at 20:30, Pavone Theatre). A meeting with Franco Battiato and Enrico Ghezzi (November 19th, 2011 18:00 Pavone Theatre). And, twenty years after its release, an event on the “Il Portaborse”, which will be attended, as well as writers, even Daniele Lucchetti and Gian Antonio Stella (Friday, November 18th 20:30 Zenith Cinema). It will also be present Marco Müller (November 19th at 16:00, Pavone Theatre).

For the TV section the main character will be Renzo Arbore, which will be paid tribute by revisiting his career on television consists of five events, from November 22nd , 2011 at the Teatro Morlacchi from 15:00, with the valuable contribution made by some employees of historical programs as “Quelli della Notte” and “Indietro Tutta”. As well as meetings with key players, authors and characters of today television as Le Iene (November 24th, 2011 20:30 Morlacchi Theatre), Marco Giusti, Gino e Michele, I Soliti Idioti, the stars of Flop Tv and workshops for thinking of the tv of tomorrow and to create new formats. IMMaginario 2.0, which recounts the transition from analog to digital culture, investigating the regression of “all-purpose” TV and entertainment.

The protagonist of the Comics section in this edition will be Lorenzo Mattotti, with the presentation of the digital version for iPad “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde”, exhibition of original drawings and show the same volume for sounds and images The return of a certain Mr. Hide”. IMMaginario 2.0 exhibition will also showcase original Pop Surrealists and Street Art artists (event organized in collaboration with the World Pop Art Gallery in Rome and the XXL Magazine of “La Republica”). And through a meeting with Vauro and Vincino (Pavone Theatre on November 20th, 18:30) you will also speak of “Il Male”, one of the most important Italian satirical magazines that has marked the history of information and customs in our country, back on sale after 28 years.

Will be organized meetings dedicated to the new language of Fashion, such as Fashion Film, with the participation of designers from Lemuria Style, Marvie lab, Résho, Dioniso, Ozona, Mario Salvucci. This is also one way to give space to “Made in Umbria” creativity. It also be present journalists such as Peter Gomez, Antonio Padellaro and Luca Telese.