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Screening of the film “Nights of Cabiria” by the Italian director Federico Fellini

Date:

11/03/2022


Screening of the film “Nights of Cabiria” by the Italian director Federico Fellini

Screening of one of the Maestro's masterpieces, "Nights of Cabiria", winner of the Oscar for best foreign film in 1958, considered one of the best in the collaboration between Fellini and his wife Giulietta Masina.


Thursday, November 3rd – 6:15pm

Cinéma Moderne
5150, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal
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“Nights of Cabiria”
Director: Federico Fellini, Italy, 1957, 110 minutes
In Italian with English subtitles

In the role that won her the Best Actress award at Cannes, Giulietta Masina stars as “Cabiria,” a tough Roman streetwalker who, after a near-drowning by her pimp boyfriend, is swept off her feet by a square, but sympathetic, accountant…until a final disillusionment. Federico Fellini’s showcase for his wife won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film of its year.

Marco Bertozzi teaches cinema at the IUAV University of Venice. He is part, together with Studio Azzurro and others, of the team that designed the Federico Fellini International Museum in Rimini. Besides his many essays on the work of the director, he edited Bibliofellini, the international bibliography in three volumes, published by the Fellini Foundation and the National School of Cinema - Scuola Nazionale di Cinema (2002-2004). With Marsilio he published Storia del documentario italiano (2008), Recycled cinema (2012), Documentario come arte (2018). Filmmaker, his last films Cinema grattacielo (2017) and Mi sono svegliato (2020) - he curated cinematographic art exhibitions, in Italy and abroad, and directed Cortoreale. Gli anni del documentario italiano, a program for Rai Storia on Italian non-fiction.

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Date: Thursday, November 03, 2022

Organized by : Cinéma Moderne

In collaboration with : IIC Montréal

Entrance : With fee


Location:

Cinéma Moderne 5150, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal

1727