Restored by Cineteca of Bologna and Istituto Luce Cinecittà in collaboration with Surf Film, Igor Videocine Produzioni, Casbah Entertainment and CultFilms at 73th Venice International Film Festival.
The screenings will take place:
September 04th, 2016 – Sunday, Room Giardino 3:30 pm
September 05th, 2016 – Monday, Room Volpi 9:00 am
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He composed and arranged scores for more than 500 film and TV productions, below are the ones belonging to Surf Film’s library:
LA BATTAGLIA DI ALGERI by Gillo Pontecorvo
IL SORPASSO by Dino Risi
GIORDANO BRUNO by Giuliano Montaldo
ALLONSANFAN by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
LIBERA AMORE MIO by Mauro Bolognini
RAPPRESAGLIA by George P. Cosmatos
MUSSOLINI ULTIMO ATTO by Carlo Lizzani
GENTE DI RISPETTO by Luigi Zampa
TODO MODO by Elio Petri
UN BELLISSIMO NOVEMBRE by Mauro Bolognini
IL SUCCESSO by Dino Risi, Mauro Morassi
INCONTRO by Piero Scivazappa
COME IMPARAI AD AMARE LE DONNE by Luciano Salce
FOTO PROIBITE DI UNA SIGNORA PERBENE by Luciano Ercoli
4 MOSCHE DI VELLUTO GRIGIO by Dario Argento
GLI AMANTI DELL’OLTRETOMBA by Allan Grunewald
CHI L’HA VISTA MORIRE by Aldo Lado
GIORNATA NERA PER L’ARIETE by Luigi Bazzoni
MIO CARO ASSASSINO by Tonino Valri
LA GABBIA by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi
TEMPO DI UCCIDERE by Giuliano Montaldo
GLI IMBROGLIONI by Lucio Fulci
Al docufilm un Nastro d’argento speciale assegnato dal Sindacato nazionale giornalisti cinematografici.
Roma, 1° febbraio- I giornalisti cinematografici lo annunciano oggi, in una giornata speciale per il film che nel ricordo di Ettore Scola esce per soli due giorni in molte sale italiane, anticipando l’annuncio ufficiale della selezione ufficiale dei finalisti ai Nastri d’Argento Documentari 2016, in arrivo domani
“Ridendo e scherzando” Ritratto di un regista all’italiana, il documentario scritto e diretto da Paola e Silvia Scola sul padre Ettore, presentato alla Festa del Cinema di Roma nello scorso ottobre, arriverà ora nelle sale il 1° e il 2 febbraio con un’uscita evento, distribuito da 01 Distribution. Un racconto a distanza ravvicinata, un lungo “Amarcord” che passa in rassegna tutto il cinema di Ettore Scola e dunque il miglior cinema italiano, realizzato utilizzando molto materiale d’archivio, filmini familiari e inediti backstage dai set dei suoi film.
Potete sapere di piu sul film qui
Today is a sad day for our company. As much a great director as he was a great person, Ettore Scola has died
I had the privilege to know him well and enjoy his friendship and his respect. Just three months ago we presented “Laughing and joking, portrait of an Italian film director”, the documentary film about his life. He wanted his daughters to do this documentary because he said “after I am dead who knows what they will do about me?”. He also had a lot of fun.
Some of the most beautiful films on our catalogue, and some of the best of Italian cinema, were directed by Ettore; titles such as “A Special Day” and “Ugly Dirty and Bad” come to mind.
A few months ago I had the privilege to receive from Ettore and his daughters the duty to sell some of their films such as “Family” and “Dinner.”
I will miss him very much,
Massimo Vigliar, President of Surf Film
Restoration (World Premiere): Museo Nazionale del Cinema – Fondazione Maria Adriana Prolo and Cineteca di Bologna in collaboration with Rti-Mediaset, Lyon Film and Surf Film
Directed by Dino Risi
(Italy, 1963, 118’, B&W)
We are proud to announce that Surf Film will once again distribute the 1966 epic cult “The Battle of Algiers”, directed by Gillo Pontecorvo.
“ONE OF THE MOST REMARKABLE FILMS OF ALL TIME” The Observer
“ELECRIFYING. A MASTERPIECE OF WORLD CINEMA.. A NAIL-BITER”★★★ ★ ★ Empire
Directed by his daughters Paola and Silvia, Ettore Scola retraces the path of his career, making us laugh about the most serious things. The documentary is participating in the Rome Film Festival, which will take place from 14-24 October 2015.
The screening will take place in Room Petrassi on October 18th 2015, h.18.00
For all the classic film lovers out there, one of the great Italian classics, “Il Sorpasso”, directed by Dino Risi in 1962 will be screened in the boutique of Hermes in Ginza, Tokyo.
The film is screened within the “La Flanerie” program, and will be in original language with Japanese subtitles. Don’t miss it!
Screening Period: From September 5th to September 27th 2015
Venue: Le Studio, 4-1 Ginza 5 – Chome, Chuo+ku Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan
Seating Capacity: 40
One of Italian Cinema’s jewels, “A Special Day- Una Giornata Particolare” has been nominated as one of the 100 Italian films that need to be saved.
We are proud to say that our restoration has contributed to this.
Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge USA
Participated to Institut Lumière in Lyon, France
Restored by Cineteca of Bologna and Surf Film at the 71th Venice International Film Festival