On Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 3.30pm, screening of Pier Paolo Pasolini's La Ricotta (1963) & Appunti per un Orestiade africana (1970), proposed by Jean-Pierre Rehm, critic & FID Marseille Executive Director, at Cinéma Palace Lumière in Altkirch.
Pier Paolo Pasolini, B&W, 35 mm, 35 min, 1963
On the set of a big-budget film, which features scenes from the life of Christ, Stracci interprets one of the two thieves. In the meantime, he is hungry.
Notebooks for an African Oresteia - Appunti per un Orestiade africana
Pier Paolo Pasolini, B&W, 35 mm, 72 min, 1970
Pier Paolo Pasolini arrives in a country in Africa. He takes notes, with his camera, to prepare his next film, a transposition of Aeschylus’ tragedy Oresteia in contemporary Africa. Back in Italy, he presents his first images to a group of African students at the University of Rome.