A mysterious neorealist drama focused on the fallout from a man’s death, as his twin brother attempts suicide while his estranged wife and child escape poverty by setting themselves up at his family’s store. 42 more words
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In this fascinating experiment, a film by Vittorio de Sica and a contemporary recut by David O. Selznick are examined side-by-side in order to understand the difference between Sica’s neorealistic style and Hollywood’s more conventional editing. 17 more words
Guest post by Joseph Luzzi
On November 3, 1993, a throng of fifteen thousand poured into St. Mary of the Angels Basilica in Rome and the adjoining piazza to bid farewell to the recently deceased Federico Fellini, while millions more watched a live telecast of the ceremony. 887 more words
Speaking to an audience about my work, particularly in a formal setting, has never been a strength of mine.
Fortunately my work is aesthetically strong and when I gave my talk here at the BSR, it elicited suggestions about which districts might be of interest to me, as well as artists, photographers and filmmakers to research. 138 more words