ICFF Architettura & Design 2021 | Sin
Ontario Place - Trillium Park
Directed by: Andrey Konchalovskiy
A story of Michelangelo, tested time and time again with poverty, lies, obsession, and mental instability
PLOT : Set in 16th century Florence, artistic genius Michelangelo Buonarroti is emotionally and physically depleted by his inability to complete the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Despite the acclaim of his contemporaries, Michelangelo struggles with poverty as he attempts to complete commissions by two rival royal families. He is progressively tormented by hallucinations, often contemplating his moral and artistic failings. Sin portrays Michelangelo not just as a Renaissance legend but as a deeply flawed man.
Toronto Open Air | July 24th | $35
The screening, presented by Ciot, will shed a light on the world renowned artist and sculptor, Michelangelo Buonarroti, through the images by Andrey Konchalovski. The special feature will be introduced by professor James G. Cooper from Penn State University, and Luigi Ferrara, Dean of the Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology at George Brown College in Toronto. The event will also include a virtual presentation by Ciot Studio, Ciot’s artistic mosaic workshop based out of their Montreal location.
DOORS OPEN at 8:00pm
MOVIE SCREENINGS: 9:10pm
Tickets for the open air theatre are sold in pairs, as seating is offered on couches for two guests. Single seating tickets are also available here. For more information or assistance please call 416.893.3966
The price of the tickets includes:
– Campari Cocktail
– Lavazza Cold Brew
– Exclusive festival gift bag packed with surprises that will make this night one to remember!
This screening is part of the ICFF Architettura & Design program. Read more about it here.
Sponsored by CIOT