Wednesday, 22 May 2019

100 Must-See Films at Il Cinema Ritrovato 2019 - Part II (1-50)




Fellow cinephiles,

This is an illustrated list (mostly with posters, when available) of the 100 films you must watch in Bologna during Il Cinema Ritrovato XXXIII. That is, of course, only if a day had 48 hours and a week, 10 days. Plus, if we were running this show for a full month instead of the usual 8 days. Needless to say, any number of these that you watch, you'll have some essential images to live with for the rest of the year.

Ehsan Khoshbakht



SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

50. La Fête espagnole (Germaine Dulac, 1920)
49. Pour Don Carlos (Musidora & Jacques Lasseyne1921)
48. A Portrait of Ga (Margaret Tait, 1952)
47. Neun Leben hat die Katze (Ula Stöckl, 1968)
46. Varda par Agnès (Agnès Varda and Didier Rouget, 2019)



GEORGES SIMENON TRIPLE BILL

45. Maigret tend un piège (Jean Delannoy, 1957)
44. En cas de malheur (Claude Autant-Lara, 1958)
43. La Marie du port (Marcel Carné, 1949)


OUR DAILY BREAD

42. Khabazebi (Bidzina Rachvelishvili, 1970)
41. O Pão (Manoel de Oliveira, 1959)


VARIOUS PERSPECTIVES ON GERMAN HISTORY

40. Frühling in den Vogesen (Heinz-Hermann Schwerdtfeger, 1942)
39. Film ohne Titel (Rudolf Jugert, 1948)
38. Königskinder (Frank Beyer, 1962)


A "NAPOLITANI" PERSPECTIVE

37. Napoletani a Milano (Eduardo De Filippo, 1953)
36. Napoli milionaria (Eduardo De Filippo, 1950)



THE FRANJU EFFECT

35. Le Sang des bêtes (Georges Franju, 1949)
34. Hôtel des invalides (Georges Franju, 1952)


LUPU PICK DOUBLE BILL

33. Tötet nicht mehr! (Lupu Pick, 1919)
32. Sylvester (Lupu Pick, 1924)


SKY IS NOIR EVERYWHERE

31. The Threat (Felix E. Feist, 1949)
30. Obaltan (Yu Hyun-mok, 1961)



INVESTIGATIONS INTO AMERICAN DREAM

29. Over the Hill (Henry King, 1931)
28. Jesse James (Henry King, 1939)
27. Quick Millions (Rowland Brown, 1931)
26. The Gunfighter (Henry King, 1950)


ESSENTIAL AND I MEAN IT

25. Finis terrae (Jean Epstein, 1929)
24. Miracolo a Milano (Vittorio De Sica, 1951)
23. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton, Edward Sedgwick, 1928)
22. Hanyeo (Kim Ki-young, 1960)
21. Toni (Jean Renoir, 1935)
20. Under Capricorn (Alfred Hitchcock, 1949)


HANDS OVER THE CITY

19. Le Chat (Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1971)
18. Berliner Ballade (Robert A. Stemmle, 1948)
17. Paris qui dort (René Clair, 1924)
16. In Old Chicago (Henry King, 1937)



DOOMED, IN LOVE, IN AFRICA

15. Pépé le Moko (Julien Duvivier, 1936)
14. Muna Moto (Jean-Pierre Dikongué-Pipa, 1975)


PAINTING WITH LIGHT

13. Moulin Rouge (John Huston, 1952)
12. Le Plaisir (Max Ophüls, 1952)



WOMEN AND REVOLUTION

11. Djamila (Youssef Chahine, 1958)
10. Varastettu kuolema (Varastettu kuolema, 1938)


STERLING HAYDEN TRIPLE BILL


9. Crime Wave (André De Toth, 1953)
8. Journey Into Light (Stuart Heisler, 1951)
7. Leuchtturm des Chaos (Manfred Blank & Wolf-Eckart Bühler, 1983)



"THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLS!"

6. Gigi (Vincente Minnelli, 1958)
5. La Petite vendeuse de soleil (Djibril Diop Mambéty, 1999)


HENRY KING, TWO PERSONAL FAVOURITES

4. State Fair (Henry King, 1933)
3. Twelve O'Clock High (Henry King, 1949)


IF YOU WANTED TO SEE ONLY TWO FILMS

2. Bab Al-Hadid (Youssef Chahine, 1958)
1. Los olvidados (Luis Buñuel, 1950)

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