MOVIE : Federico Fellini's "Amarcord" Italian Comedy with English Subtitles > 7pm on 27th June 2019 - Delhi Events

MOVIE : Federico Fellini's "Amarcord" Italian Comedy with English Subtitles > 7pm on 27th June 2019

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Venue : Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, 50-E, Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri
Federico Fellini Amarcord Italian Film Creative

Time : 7:00 pm Add to Calendar 27/06/2019 19:00 27/06/2019 21:04 Asia/Kolkata MOVIE : Federico Fellini's "Amarcord" Italian Comedy with English Subtitles Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2019/06/movie-federico-fellinis-amarcord-italian-centre-chanakyapuri.html Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, 50-E, Chandragupta Marg (entry from Nyaya Marg), Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 21 DD/MM/YYYY

Duration : 2 hour 4 mins.

Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)
Note : 
- For security reasons please show your valid Photo Identity Card.
- Entry to the Cine-club will be allowed only for 15 minutes after the commencement of the film with no exception whatsoever.

Venue : Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, 50-E, Chandragupta Marg (entry from Nyaya Marg), Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 21
Landmark : Entry from Nyaya Marg
Venue Info : About | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Lok Kalyan Marg (previously 'Race Course')(Yellow Line)'
Area : Chanakyapuri Events

Event Description : Italian Embassy Cultural Centre invite you to the screening of ‘Amarcord’ by Federico Fellini. 

Language : Italian with English Subtitles 

Amarcord is a 1973 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Federico Fellini, a semi-autobiographical tale about Titta, an adolescent boy growing up among an eccentric cast of characters in the village of Borgo San Giuliano in 1930s Fascist Italy. The title then became a neologism of the Italian language, with the meaning of 'nostalgic revocation'.

The film won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, and was nominated for two more Academy Awards: Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.

Summary: One year in a small northern Italian coastal town in the late 1930s is presented. The slightly off-kilter cast of characters are affected by time and location, the social mores dictated largely by Catholicism and the national fervor surrounding Il Duce aka Benito Mussolini and Fascism. The stories loosely center on a mid-teen named Titta and his household including his adolescent brother, his ever supportive mother who is always defending him against his father, his freeloading maternal Uncle Lallo, and his paternal grandfather who slyly has eyes and hands for the household maid. Other townsfolk include: Gradisca, the town beauty, who can probably have any man she wants, but generally has no one as most think she out of their league; Volpina, the prostitute; Giudizio, the historian; a blind accordionist; and an extremely buxom tobacconist. The several vignettes presented include: the town bonfire in celebration of spring; life at Titta's school with his classmates and teachers; Aurelio, Titta's father, at his beachfront construction worksite and his and his workmates' encounter with Volpina; Titta's confessions to the priest about his burgeoning sexuality; Aurelio being questioned by authorities about his anti-Fascist leanings; a fantasy sequence at the luxurious Grand Hotel; a family outing with Aurelio's institutionalized brother, Teo; many townsfolk embarking on a sail to witness a marine event passing by their town; an annual car race; Titta's fantasy encounter with the tobacconist after closing hours come true; events surrounding the big snowfall that year, including a family tragedy; and an event centering on Gradisca and her future.

Director: Federico Fellini

Cast: Magali Noël, Bruno Zanin, Pupella Maggio

Year: 1973

Genres: Comedy | Drama

Awards:
National Board of Review: NBR Award, Best Foreign Language Film; 1974.
New York Film Critics Circle Awards: NYFCC Award, Best Director, Federico Fellini; Best Film; 1974.
David di Donatello Awards: David, Best Director, Federico Fellini; Best Film, 1974.
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists: Silver Ribbon, Best Director, Federico Fellini; Best New Actor, Gianfilippo Carcano; Best Story, Tonino Guerra; Federico Fellini; 1974.
Academy Awards: Oscar, Best Foreign Language Film, Italy; 1975.
Bodil Awards, Copenhagen, Denmark: Bodil, Best European Film, Federico Fellini (director); 1975.
French Syndicate of Cinema Critics: Critics Award, Best Foreign Film, Federico Fellini; Italy; 1975.
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards: KCFCC Award, Best Foreign Film, Italy; 1975.
Kinema Junpo Awards: Kinema Junpo Award, Best Foreign Language Film Director, Federico Fellini; 1975.
Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain: CEC Award, Best Foreign Film, Italy; 1976.

Classification and Certification: Please visit the URL to have a better understanding of the classification of the movie. www.imdb.com/title/tt0071129/parentalguide?ref_=tt_stry_pg#certification

Trailer : youtu.be/BtG9ZM-ZHnY

About the Film : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amarcord

Reviews : www.rottentomatoes.com/m/amarcord

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