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February 20, 2012
A retrospective exhibition and screening celebrating the Independent American Cinema
- Text by Flavia Ferrucci
A journey through the Independent American cinema of the 60s and 70s. Along with the exhibition on the American Avant Garde pieces from the Guggenheim collection, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni presents a retrospective on the movies and authors that defined a new way of making films in America.
Fourteen milestones of an innovative, critical and unconventional cinema that laid the foundation and started the "New Hollywood" era will be on show. This exhibition is a unique opportunity to see these films on a big screen, in a city that hosts very few movie retrospectives. In an era of uproar and protets, these film makers gave different forms to their very own visions of their time, rising from the underground and tackling taboo subjects.
The screenings will start on February 23rd and will run through March 28th at the Palazzo delle Epsosizioni @
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