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  • All photos by Jonathan Slaff
    “Follies in Titus” was inspired by Shakespeare's “Titus Andronicus.' Devised and directed by Dario D'Ambrosi (Teatro Patologico, Pathological Theater), and performed by actors with disabilities from La Magia del Teatro, the play is the retelling of the tragedy of a fictitious general told through the voices of the patients of a psychiatric hospital. Playing at La MaMa
  • Anthology Film Archives present, April 26-29, a retrospective encompassing all five feature films (as well as a couple shorts) directed by the vanguard filmmaker, actor, and playwright Carmelo Bene, one of the greatest figures in Italian avant-garde culture.
  • Facts & Stories
    Natasha Lardera(February 20, 2012)
    Two films shot in documentary-style that denounce some of the gravest issues of the Italian system win top prizes at the 62nd edition of the Berlin film Festival. Caesar must die by the Taviani brothers features the inmates of Rebibbia prison and Diaz. Don't clean up this blood by Daniele Vicari recounts Genoa's violent G8 Summit.