FELLINI’S ROMA
1972, Park Circus/MGM, 120 min, Italy/France, Dir: Federico Fellini

In a stunning 4K restoration funded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, ROMA reemerges as one of Federico Fellini’s most impressive visual spectacles, as the Italian auteur takes the audience on a vibrant journey, delivering an impassioned love letter to his country’s capitol. Fashioned from documentary footage, memories, impressionistic images and extravagant surrealism, the film is a kaleidoscopic portrait of Rome - one that is deeply personal, yet informed by culture and history.


THE STORY OF A THREE-DAY PASS
LA PERMISSION
1968, Xenon Pictures, 87 min, France, Dir: Melvin Van Peebles

Legendary director Melvin Van Peebles delivers a biting indictment of racism in this transgressive love story based on a book, La Permission, THE STORY OF A THREE-DAY PASS follows Turner (Harry Baird), a black U.S. soldier stationed at a military base outside Paris, who is smitten with Miriam (Nicole Berger), a sensitive young woman he meets at a nightclub. A romance ensues, eventually sparking the attention of Turner’s disapproving captain (Hal Brav) and inviting angry insults from others.


BLACK VAMPIRE
EL VAMPIRO NEGRO
1953, Argentine Sono Films, 104 min, Argentina, Dir: Román Viñoly

In this stunning reimagining of Fritz Lang’s classic M rediscovered by the Film Noir Foundation, Olga Zubarry, Argentina’s answer to Marilyn Monroe, plays a chanteuse and single mother who is the sole eyewitness to the child killer stalking the streets of Buenos Aires. Will her daughter be the next victim? Featuring stunning cinematography by Anibal González Paz. A major cinema discovery!


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