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FILM NIGHT & EVENTS

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FILM CLUB N16
November with MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI L'Avventura Monday 12th, 7:30pm & La Notte Monday 26th, 7:30pm - Film-curator is Charles Webber

Bringing November and December’s film selection back to the Trattoria’s Italian heart we will be screening, in sequence, Michelangelo Antonioni’s classic “trilogy” of four films! Starting in November with l’Avventura (1960) and La Notte (1961).
These are films which quietly overturned cinema’s vocabulary and expectations of plot and narrative under the gloss of early 1960’s chic and stylistic flair. Building on the gritty Italian neo-realist films which proceeded them these films mark a turning point in the development of the cinema, dealing less with escapism, fantasy or indeed crushing poverty, as with films such as The Bicycle Thieves or Miracle in Milan. Instead this collection explores themes verging on the existential, of the angst and disillusionment resulting from modernity, wealth and privilege. So as relevant today as they ever were!
Both films are shot in gorgeous black and white and star the beautiful, sultry and seemingly aloof Monica Vitti, interestingly Antonioni’s lover at the time all these films were made.

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Bringing November and December’s film selection back to the Trattoria’s Italian heart we will be screening, in sequence, Michelangelo Antonioni’s classic “trilogy” of four films! Starting in November with l’Avventura (1960) and La Notte (1961).
These are films which quietly overturned cinema’s vocabulary and expectations of plot and narrative under the gloss of early 1960’s chic and stylistic flair. Building on the gritty Italian neo-realist films which proceeded them these films mark a turning point in the development of the cinema, dealing less with escapism, fantasy or indeed crushing poverty, as with films such as The Bicycle Thieves or Miracle in Milan. Instead this collection explores themes verging on the existential, of the angst and disillusionment resulting from modernity, wealth and privilege. So as relevant today as they ever were!
Both films are shot in gorgeous black and white and star the beautiful, sultry and seemingly aloof Monica Vitti, interestingly Antonioni’s lover at the time all these films were made.

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