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La femme merveilleuse invisible Feb 22
22 February 1921 – 23 March 1994 in 1957 won her the best actress award at Cannes,the Oscar for best foreign picture--his second , after “La Strada” Based on a story by , the film is about a prostitute who searches in vain for true love
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Annetangonism 23h
begins! Great film showings & commentaries all week + a poster show in the ! I ♥️ the free pins!
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Elizabeth Feb 20
✨🌷✨ Stunning ~ 📷 Peter Basch (1956) “When you’re born beautiful, it helps you start in the business. But then it becomes a handicap” the Swedish-born actress once said. Famous for her beauty & unbridled sensuality “La Dolce Vita" '60 🎥 🌷
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Emirati Cinema Campaign Feb 24
Celebrate 's 100th anniversary with a yearlong series of his masterpieces at , presented by the Italian Cultural Institute in Abu Dhabi, the Italian Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with Cinema Space. Details: .
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NIAF Feb 20
Celebrate Italian Director Federico 's life (who would be 100 years old this year) by watching his legendary award-winning films that span nearly 50 years. See where his films are streamed: .
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cara 5h
La Strada is the tragedy that unfolds when you're unwilling to give and receive love in any shape or form:
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REALMix Feb 24
Replying to @AHrissis @FelliniGC
Ristorante & Bar at Marina Mirage Main Beach - Surfers Paradise
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SunilDoshi Feb 25
One of the most promising film coming out from India by is /rkay! It’s another masterpiece after by ! I saw the flashes of classics of in this film! Bravo and Cheers!
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Vahan Gharibyan Feb 21
Several days of the same scene from of keeps on disturbing me. I’ve watched the masterpiece 10 years ago last time. Gelsomina, au...
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pathgirl8 🇻🇦🇺🇸🇵🇭🇻🇦 Feb 17
Absolutely LOVE this kid, Timmy Page! Articulate, brilliant young director-filmmaker age 13, 1967. His film heroes? Griffith, Chaplin, Lloyd, Keaton...his mom wouldn't let him see any films, though 🤣🤣🤣 Am also enjoying David Hoffman's style!
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Sherlock van der Morlock Feb 24
Have you watched , 1969, : it is our present age. Take that.
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Piyali Sharma Feb 24
at 60 is as spellbinding and inspiring as it was in 1960. It has inspired more movies and directors than possibly another. 's fascination with staircases may have stemmed from it. Jamie the writer in is similar to
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Lars Engstrom Feb 22
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Phil Ox Feb 18
Born in 1920 would have been 100 this year. The Maestro died in 1993, before the invention of & the spread of WIFI. Fittingly, his films are ignored by streamers. But, catch-up anyway, buy DVDs, watch La Dolce Vita & Roma, read the subtitles, discover Fellini.
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ItalianFilmFestCDF Feb 22
‼️20 March 7:30‼️ I vitelloni ‼️ ‘s second feature is a sensitive character study of five young men trapped in a small town on the Adriatic, Italy. Their discontentment and restlessness lead…
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Jennifer Churchill Feb 24
Just watching him in his shades keeps this film interesting for me. But I just missed some subtitles writing this, so I'd better stay off for now :)
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Nosia Boronali Feb 23
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JPM Feb 23
"I Vitelloni"...BuonaSerata ☆
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Filmhouse Feb 23
Join us for 's final film - the dazzling and dreamy 🌙 Ivo, a wide-eyed young man who’s released from a psychiatric hospital, encounters various oddball characters whilst on his quest for love... Today at 12.55pm & 5.55pm! 🎟👉
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Ton Feb 22
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