Festivaltournee Cinema Italia, in einem Jahr, in dem in Deutschland so viele italienische Filme regulär im Kino starten wie schon seit langem nicht mehr. Die Geschichte des italienischen Kinos begann nur wenige Monate, nachdem die Brüder Lumière das Medium entdeckt hatten, als Papst Leo XIII. für einige Sekunden beim Segnen einer Kamera gefilmt wurde. Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde des italienischen Kinos! Auch heuer wird uns Nuovo Cinema Italia, wie eine frische Brise im warmen Wiener Sommer.
Cinema!Italia! 2019Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde des italienischen Kinos! Auch heuer wird uns Nuovo Cinema Italia, wie eine frische Brise im warmen Wiener Sommer. Schauburg Kino, Premierenkino, Atlantis Filmtheater, Filme in der Originalversion, Gondel der besondere Film, European Cinemas, Bremer Filmkunst Theater. Die Geschichte des italienischen Kinos begann nur wenige Monate, nachdem die Brüder Lumière das Medium entdeckt hatten, als Papst Leo XIII. für einige Sekunden beim Segnen einer Kamera gefilmt wurde.
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Katherine asks Alex, "Tell me that you love me! The film originally was intended as an adaptation of the French writer Colette 's novel Duo ; Rossellini was, however, unable to get the rights to the novel, and was forced to draft a screenplay that differed sufficiently from the novel.
Rossellini's directorial style was very unusual. The actors did not receive their lines until shortly before filming of a particular scene, leaving them little if any chance to prepare or rehearse.
The film was completed in , but it took 18 months to arrange for distribution of the film in Italy. The film had been dubbed into Italian, and now is used as an example of "monstrous" difficulties with dubbing.
An American version, with an minute running time, had a limited release in with the title Strangers. Journey to Italy performed badly at the box office and was largely a critical failure.
Journey to Italy is thus one wellspring of the French New Wave. A film convulsed by themes of sterility, petrification, pregnancy and eternity, it finds its echo in such death-haunted Nouvelle Vague masterpieces as Chabrol's Le Boucher and Truffaut's La Chambre Verte.
Today, Journey to Italy generally is regarded as a landmark film. Critic Geoff Andrew referred to it as "a key stepping stone on the path to modern cinema" in its shift away from neorealism ,  and A.
Scott notes Rossellini's "way of dissolving narrative into atmosphere, of locating drama in the unspoken inner lives of his characters";  because Alex and Katherine are not developed through a conventional plot but instead spend lengthy amounts of time in boredom and dejection, the film frequently is cited as a major influence on the dramas of Michelangelo Antonioni and later works about modern malaise.
There have been several releases of Journey to Italy for home video. In , the Criterion Collection released a newly restored version as a region 1 DVD.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Alice album, see Viaggio in Italia album. Theatrical release poster.
Release date. Running time. Roberto Rossellini. University of California Press. Brunette's chapter incorporates a lengthy, close reading of the film.
In Lehman, Peter ed. Close Viewings: An Anthology of New Film Criticism. University Press of Florida. Chicago Reader. Roberto Rossellini's finest fiction film , and unmistakably one of the great achievements of the art.
Ozus' World Cinema Reviews. A magical love story that is beautifully told without one false note. It makes the best of its dead time, more so than any other film of this high quality has ever done before.
Its passionate conclusion is still moving even at this date some fifty years after its release. This is Roberto Rossellini's finest film his others with Ingrid Bergman as his wife include Joan of Arc at the Stake and Fear British Film Institute September Retrieved 6 June Death 24X a second: Stillness and the Moving Image.
Reaktion Books. The places included in the film were carefully chosen for their resonances and associations, from which Rossellini creates an implicit, idiosyncratic, commentary on the cinema, its reality, its indexical quality, as well as its uncanny ability to preserve light.
Mulvey identifies several of the locales near Naples used in filming. See Nappo, Salvatore Ciro February 17, Retrieved September 19, The Adventures of Roberto Rossellini.
Da Capo Press. See also a synopsis of Gallagher's chapter: Dixon, Wheeler Winston July Senses of Cinema Nordic Journal of English Studies.
Rossellini's film uses "The Dead" as a point of departure for a creative contemplation of the ideas encountered in the short story.
Memoirs of a Professional Cad. New York: Putnam. Dictionary of Films. Peter Morris translation and editing.
This book is a translation of Dictionnaire des Film in French. Translating Popular Film. Retrieved Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Los Angeles release August 31, 80 minutes. There's a coolness in their relationship and aspects of Naples add to the strain. She remembers a poet who loved her and died in the war; although she didn't love him, the memory underscores romance's absence from her life now.
She tours the museums of Naples and Pompeii, immersing herself in the Neapolitan fascination with the dead and noticing how many women are pregnant; he idles on Capri, flirting with women but drawing back from adultery.
With her, he's sarcastic; with him, she's critical. They talk of divorce. Will this foreign couple find insight and direction in Italy?
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