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The BFI Southbank in London is hosting a special season dedicated to the life and career of Terence Stamp, the legendary British actor who has long been a truly distinctive presence on the cinema screen. The season, which runs throughout … Continue reading
London’s BFI hosts a two-month season dedicated to the legendary Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini
Throughout March and April, the BFI is paying tribute to the late, great poet-turned-filmmaker, Pier Paolo Pasolini with a season of screenings and events at BFI Southbank in London, beginning on Friday 1 March with an extended run of a … Continue reading
If you follow my posts, then you’ll know I have a passion for the films of Pier Paolo Pasolini, many of which have been restored and re-released through Eureka!’s The Masters of Cinema Series. The latest, Oedipus Rex, is the … Continue reading
‘Four comic tales of 1960s European mores that still resonates today’ There was a bit of a vogue for auteur-led anthologies during the 1960s (Spirits of the Dead is still one of my favourites) and leading the way was the … Continue reading
Following the release of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s neo-realist masterpieces, Accattone! and The Gospel According to Matthew earlier this year, The Masters of Cinema continue to add to their Pasolini collection with new high-definition transfers of two of the Italian director’s … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ – Pasolini’s Medea is a timeless visual triumph
The cinema of Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini is not to everyone’s taste, being a dense fusion of the poetic, the political and the polemic. While the dozen features the Marxist and avowed atheist made between 1961 and 1975 might … Continue reading
Bicyle Thieves Actor/director Vittorio De Sica is best known for his celebrated 1948 film Bicycle Thieves, which tells the story of a simple man called Antonio who scours the streets of Rome looking for his stolen bicycle, which he needs … Continue reading