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Sked includes Ozpetek's 'Facing Windows,' 'Move'

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will host the fourth annual Open Roads: New Italian Cinema June 1-10 at the Walter Reade Theater.

Thirteen-film series will include Ferzan Ozpetek’s “Facing Windows,” slated to be released in the U.S. by Sony Pictures Classics.

Other highlights include Sergio Castellitto’s Penelope Cruz starrer “Don’t Move,” which is screening at Cannes in Certain Regard, and Gabriele Muccino’s “Remember Me, My Love,” distributed by Roadside Attractions.

Coming-of-age pic “Perduto amor,” the debut from singer-songwriter Franco Battiato, will unspool as well as Paolo Virzi’s “Caterina in the Big City.”

Directors Muccino, Ricardo Milani, Ozpetek and Virzi and actress Paola Cortelesi will participate in Q&As.

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