” Film would be so much healthier with more voices, different stories”. There was a time when it was.

Speaking to Miranda Sawyer (The Observer, June 2020), Simon Pegg said, “The film industry would be such a healthier, more…

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‘La Strada’ and the neo-realism movement – a post-screening discussion at BFI Southbank Jan 2020

“Give us whatever ‘fact’ you like, and we will disembowel it, make it something worth watching”. Cesare Zavattini.

Mamoun Hassan provides an insight into the context of national cinema known as Italian neo-realism – a movement characterised by stories set amongst the hardships of post-war Italian society.

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La Strada + Intro and Q&A with Mamoun at the BFI Southbank – 6th January 2020

Mamoun kicks off the new year with a matinee of Fellini’s masterpiece La Strada as the first Seniors’ screening of…

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