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Marco Bellocchio - Morality and Beauty

New York (NY), Italian Cultural Institute, 686 Park Avenue
April 17 th, 2014

Since his much-heralded feature debut with Fists in the Pocket in 1965, Marco Bellocchio has become one of the cinema’s most intrepid voyagers, traveling a course that captures so many of the most important intellectual and political movements of the past fifty years. Yet perhaps the great difference between Bellocchio and some of his contemporaries who traversed similar trajectories is that Bellocchio’s films have always felt like conversations, forms of “thinking out loud;” he was never more certain as to where he as going than we might have been, so the films were invitations to see where, together, we might end up. The essays in this volume discuss the great contribution of Marco Bellocchio to contemporary cinema from various viewpoints.
“The remarkable career of Marco Bellocchio, director of an impressive number of features, documentaries, and shorts for both television and cinema, has encompassed a wide range of genres and subjects. Yet his work remains distinctive and personal, reflecting his uncompromising views and artistic ambition. During his 50-year career Bellocchio has questioned prevailing ideologies, confronted the church and the radical left in equal measure, and challenged notions of morality and family in a manner that has established him as one of Italy’s most important filmmakers and, along with Bernardo Bertolucci and Pier Paolo Pasolini, a leading cultural figure for successive generations of Italians”.

Curated by Sergio Toffetti.
With the participation of: Marco Bellocchio Sergio Toffetti Richard Peña.
On the occasion of Marco Bellocchio: A Retrospective at MoMA. April 16 - May 7, 2014.

 
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Since his much-heralded feature debut with Fists in the Pocket in 1965, Marco Bellocchio has become one of the cinema’s most intrepid voyagers, traveling a course that captures so many of the most important intellectual and political movements of the past fifty years. Yet perhaps the great difference between Bellocchio and some of his contemporaries who traversed similar trajectories is that Bellocchio’s films have always felt like conversations, forms of “thinking out loud;” he was never more certain as to where he as going than we might have been, so the films were invitations to see where, together, we might end up. The essays in this volume discuss the great contribution of Marco Bellocchio to contemporary cinema from various viewpoints.
“The remarkable career of Marco Bellocchio, director of an impressive number of features, documentaries, and shorts for both television and cinema, has encompassed a wide range of genres and subjects. Yet his work remains distinctive and personal, reflecting his uncompromising views and artistic ambition. During his 50-year career Bellocchio has questioned prevailing ideologies, confronted the church and the radical left in equal measure, and challenged notions of morality and family in a manner that has established him as one of Italy’s most important filmmakers and, along with Bernardo Bertolucci and Pier Paolo Pasolini, a leading cultural figure for successive generations of Italians”.

Curated by Sergio Toffetti.
With the participation of: Marco Bellocchio Sergio Toffetti Richard Peña.
On the occasion of Marco Bellocchio: A Retrospective at MoMA. April 16 - May 7, 2014.

 
 
 
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