Rossellini Redux

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Mar 9–12, 2007

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Viaggio in Italia (Voyage in Italy). 1954. Italy. Directed by Roberto Rossellini. Gift of the artist

In response to overwhelming interest in MoMA’s Roberto Rossellini retrospective (November 15–December 22, 2006), the Department of Film presents three films by Roberto Rossellini—encore screenings of Voyage in Italy (1953) and Paisan (1946), along with Descartes (1973), which was not included in that exhibition. (Another Rossellini title not previously shown, Un Pilota Ritorna (1942), will be included in the upcoming To Save and Project: The Fifth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation.

Organized by Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator, Department of Film.

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