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Italian films at BFI London Film festival

 

 

– Bertolucci on Bertolucci
tomorrow 12:15 NFT1 ( BFI Southbank)
13 October 15:15 Curzon Mayfair
My Class
11 October 20:30 NFT2 (BFI Southbank)
13 October 12:30 Renoir Cinema
– Honey (Miele – il film)
12 October 18:30 RichMix
13 October 21:00 Cinema Lumiere
– A street in Palermo (Via Castellana Bandiera)
13 October 18:30 RITZY
15 October 15:45 NFT3 (BFI Southbank)
– SALVO
18 October 18:15 VUE7
20 October 16:30 Cine Lumiere
– L’Intrepido – A lonely hero
18 October 20:45 RITZY
19 October 20:45 NFT2
20 October 18:00 VUE5
– Those happy days (Anni Felici)
18 October 21:15 Curzon Mayfair
19 October 15:30 Screen On The Green
– Stop the pounding heart
10 October 16:00 NFT2
13 October 13:00 Cine Lumiere
17 October 21:00
– Sandra
10 October 15:15 VUE7
13 October 15:00 NFT1

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Thirty-eight years after the never-fully-solved mystery of his death, Pier Paolo Pasolini’s reputation as a writer and polemicist is inevitably fading, although plenty of his poetry, novels and essays remain in print. But his films seem as current as they always were. Hardly a month goes by without a new Pasolini release on DVD/Blu-ray, and his name crops up as a point of reference in reviews of everyone from Sergei Paradjanov to Bruno Dumont. This two-part retrospective is the most comprehensive ever mounted in Britain, including all 13 of his features and virtually all of the shorts, documentaries and episodes from portmanteau movie (all in brand new prints courtesy of Luce Cinecittà, with many restored by Cineteca di Bologna). It offers an unprecedented chance to get to grips with one of the cornerstones of European film culture.

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Date: Friday, March 01, 2013 – Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Opening times: box office 020 7928 3232 www.bfi.org.uk

Venue: National Film theatre, Belvedere Road, South Bank, Waterloo, London SE1 8XT

Read more on: bfi.org.uk

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