While looking for more information on the photos I saw in November at Biblioteca Nazionale di Rome’s Sala Pasolini, I came across a fascinating website (in English!) that provides every single location in Rome frequented by Pier Paolo Pasolini. “Pasolini Roma” provides a virtual tour of sites relevant to Pier Paolo Pasolini’s filmmaking and writing...

Pier Paolo Pasolini (Italian, 1922–1975), one of 20th century Europe's leading intellectuals, known for his prolific work as a poet, writer, and film director, and who railed against government corruption, materialism, consumerism, and political and social repression, will be the focus of Pier Paolo Pasolini: Subversive Prophet, an important exhibi...

The Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York will host two screenings of Italian classic films. Ermanno Olmi's 1978 film, The Tree of the Wooden Clogs, will be shown as part of the Labor Film Series. The film reflects Olmi's deep understanding of the rhythms of life and labor of northern Italy’s peasants and his commitment to them. Winner of the Palme...

The murder of the Italian director and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini on November 2, 1975—just weeks before the scheduled premiere of what would turn out to be his final and most notorious film, Salò, Or The 120 Days Of Sodom, the first part of a planned “trilogy of death”—remains a subject of morbid interest, speculation, and conspiracy theories. Did...

Pasolini, the English-language biopic about the iconic Italian film director Pier Paolo Pasolini, played by Willem Dafoe, has landed at Kino Lorber five years after a festival circuit run. Kino Lorber, which has taken all North American rights, plans a long-awaited commercial theatrical release May 10, ahead of a VOD and home video release in the f...

Monday, May 21, 2018, 6:30pm. John D. Calandra Italian American Institute. 25 West 43rd Street, 17th Floor, New York NY 10036 . Noted as a ‘civil poet’ by Alberto Moravia, Pier Paolo Pasolini was a creative and philosophical genius whose works challenged generations of Western Europeans and Americans to reconsider not only issues regarding the self...

Tiburon International Film Festival proudly is holding a tribute in honor of the great Italian poet, and filmmaker, Pier Paolo Pasolini, one of the most talented, controversial, intelligent, and daring filmmakers of his generation. We salute Pasolini and pay our homage with a new documentary titled The Isle of Medea, directed by fellow Italian film...

When: Tuesday, February 06, 2018 From 6:00 pm To 7:30 pm - Where: Embassy of Italy - Organized by : Italian Cultural Institute - Entrance : Free  Join us on February 6th for a rare screening of Che cosa sono le nuvole? (What are clouds?), one of the six shorts featured in Capriccio all’italiana, directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini and starring Ninetto...

When: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 At 6:30 pm - Where: Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles - Organized by : IIC - Entrance : Free Authors Gian Maria Annovi (winner of the Ennio Flaiano Internetional Prize for Italian Studies) and Christopher Domingues Micheal will discuss the work of Italian world-renowned writer and filmaker Pier Paolo Paso...

When: May 24th at 6pm - Where: Italian Cultural Institute, 500 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 1450 - What: The 2nd Edition of this bestselling biograpy of one of the most important Italian intellectuals of the post–World War II erapresented by Author Barth David Schwartz Author Barth David Schwartz will present the 2nd edition of the bestselling biograph...