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The film is RoGoPaG and  the Pasolini piece stars
Orson Welles.

The others, by Rosselini, Godard and Gregoretti are
not concerned with painting and film.

Ian Haydn Smith

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--- Silvia Fernandez <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I believe there is an Italian collective film
> (Pasolini directed one of its parts) in which they
> are
> in fact filming different religious paintings. Maybe
> someone from the list will recall the title.
>
> See as well the importance of paintings in films
> like
> "The Age of Innocence" or "Barry Lindon"
>
> Silvia Fernandez
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>
> --- ruth perlmutter <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Would love names of films that feature paintings
> as
> > part of their
> > fiction, especially when the painting is being
> > enacted, like A ZED AND
> > TWO NOUGHTS, PASSION (Godard), and a short film by
> > Susan Seidelman where
> > a character enters a Dutch painting.
> > Thanks in advance. Ruth Perlmutter
>
>
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