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Film Lecture: Pasolini And Pale Carnage (18)

Sunday 11 March 2007, 23:00
Free

Film Lecture: Pasolini And Pale Carnage (18)
Mon 12 Mar 7.00pm
£3.00/£2.00 concs
As an established poet and writer, Pasolini came to embrace cinema as an alternative form of self-expression, equal in potential to writing itself. Passionate and provocative, paradoxical and contradictory, Pasolini was Italy’s major post-war intellectual. Arnolfini’s Film Programmer Mark Cosgrove will discuss Pasolini’s work, with a particular focus on his controversial Salo (18).

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