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Roma

  • Dir: Federico Fellini

  • Italy, 1972, 110 minmins, DCP

  • Cast: Peter Gonzales Falcon, Fiona Florence, Pia De Doses

This is Fellini’s Rome, and nobody else’s. In a hallucinatory trip through his memories and fantasies, told in a delirious stream of consciousness, a young man embraces the urban fantasia as he shoots the bustling cityscape and indulges in the pleasures of the flesh and spirit. From an ecclesiastical fashion show, to ancient frescoes unearthed in a subway, glimpses of a monumental past collide with the decadence of the age of modernism. A sprawling, kaleidoscopic tribute to the Eternal City, Roma proves to be a most exuberant and extravagant cinematic spectacle.

French Syndicate of Cinema Critics: Best Foreign Film

11/21 (Sat): Film talk with Tang Siu Wa

Federico Fellini 100 is part of the Federico Fellini 100 Tour, a series of centennial tributes to Federico Fellini (1920–1993), which will travel to major museums and film institutions worldwide, coordinated by Paola Ruggiero and Camilla Cormanni from Luce Cinecittà. All films (unless noted) have been digitally restored by Luce Cinecittà, Cineteca di Bologna and Cine teca Nazionale.

Screening:

In-theatre Screening

Remarks

1. Screenings at ALL commercial cinemas : tickets are available at URBTIX till 5pm one day before respective screening, after which tickets will be available only at the box office of the respective venue on the day of screening, subject to availability.

2. Screenings at HK Arts Centre and M+ Cinema : tickets are available at URBTIX outlets until one hour before the screening, after which tickets are available at URBTIX website and mobile app. On-the-day tickets will also be available at the Self-service Ticketing Kiosk of the respective venue, subject to availability.

3. Unless otherwise stated, all films (except English-speaking films) are subtitled in English.

4. While it is the HKIFFS’s policy to secure the best possible print of the original version for all its screenings, the HKIFFS appreciates its patrons’ understanding on occasions when less than perfect screening copies are screened.