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Pasolini Roma

Cinémathèque Française, October 16-January 26

Accatone (1961)
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1961
Mamma Roma (1962)
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1962
L'Evangile selon St-Matthieu (1964)
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1964
Oedipe roi (1967)
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1967
Théorème (1968)
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1968
Porcherie (1969)
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1969
Médée (1969)
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1969
Le Décaméron (1971)
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1971
Les Contes de Canterbury (1972)
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1972
Les 1001 Nuits (1974)
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1974
Salo (1975)
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1975

Critic, painter, writer, linguist, playwright, director: Pier Paolo Pasolini was an essential figure of Italian – and European – art in the second half of the 20th century in many domains. Between revolution, philosophy and the whiff of scandal, at the same time political and poetic, Pasolini personified artistic engagement in a challenging and human way right up until his brutal death on a beach in Ostia in 1975. The screening of some of his films (from 'Accatone' to 'Theorem' and 'Salo') by the Cinémathèque is a riveting opportunity to learn more – they accompany an exhibition on Pasolini's Rome (get a flavour of it here) in the form of an interactive map. Artefacts, tributes and discussion panels will complete the portrait of an artsist committed to fighting the problems of this era and the voluntary enslavement of capitalism.

At the Cinémathèque Française, October 16-January 26. For full details (in French), click here.

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