From July 31 to August 30, in the courtyard of Palazzo Valentini, headquarters of Rome’s Provincial Authorities, the great Italian films will be shown free of charge. From ‘Mediterraneo’ by Gabriele Salvatores to ‘La prima cosa bella’ by Paolo Virzì and Ferzan Ozpetek’s ‘Mine Vaganti’. The films will start at 9 pm, but it will be possible to collect tickets, which are numbered and available until seats run out, from 7 pm at the porter’s lodge of Palazzo Valentini. For those remaining in town over the summer, it is an opportunity to spend a pleasant evening with family and friends, watching the Italian greats on the big screen. They are winners of David di Donatello awards, to which this summer festival is dedicated, and also includes films by three young Moroccan directors which are being screened as part of the twinning between the ‘Gian Maria Volonté’ Cinema School of the Province of Rome, and the Cinema School of Casablanca. In addition, from July 31 to August 11, spectators will also be able to try traditional produce from the province of Rome at Enoteca Provincia Romana at the Foro Traiano for just 12 euros when they show their free cinema ticket.