For our first screening on campus, the University of Leeds Italian Department’s Maddalena Moretti will present Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Mamma Roma (1962).
One of Pasolini’s earlier works, the often overlooked 128 more words
La Terra Trema is among the most evocative and emotionally devastating examples of the Italian neorealist aesthetic. Compared to the more optimistic fare of Roberto Rossellini and Vittorio de Sica, Visconti’s vision of life in a coastal fishing village is practically nightmarish in its abject fatalism. 214 more words
Hello again on the 3rd episode of “10 Days of Cinema”.
Today I am going to talk about another important cinematic movement. It was the result of the World War II and emerged as a need to create realistic content that would be much more relevant and coherent with the actual living conditions during and after the war. 802 more words