Pasolini’s Last Words

Cathy Lee Crane

2012 | 01:00:00 | United States / Italy | English, Italian | Color | Stereo | 4:3 | 16mm film

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Artist Portraits, Death and Dying, Film or Videomaking

Known as one of Italy's most important filmmakers, Pier Paolo Pasolini was first and foremost one of its poets. Combining staged and archival material, this elegiac essay considers Pasolini's brutal murder alongside the texts he published or left unfinished during the last year of his life.

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Exhibitions + Festivals

Pasolini’s Legacy: from the Outside Looking In, University of Chicago and Indiana University, 2022

New School for Social Research School of Media Studies, 2017

Deutsches Filminstitut Filmmuseum, Frankfurt, 2015

Yale University Pasolini Conference, 2015                

American Originals Now, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 2015

Pasolini/Roma Exhibit, Arsenal, Berlin, 2014

Radical Writers, Artist Television Access, San Francisco, 2014  

Pasolini/Roma Exhibit, Cinematheque Francaise (Paris), 2013

Houston Cinema Arts Festival, 2013

Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, 2013

BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, 2013

Pasolini’s Language of Reality: Digesting a Polemical Life, Union Docs, Brooklyn, 2013

Los Angeles Filmforum/Echo Park Film Center Composite Histories, 2012

Festival du Nouveau Cinema (Panorama Section), Montreal, 2012