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“The man who did not sleep” - Fabrizio Gifuni and Emanuele Trevi on Pasolini



“The man who did not sleep” - Fabrizio Gifuni and Emanuele Trevi on Pasolini

Under the high patronage of the President of the Republic

15th Week of the Italian Language in the World

The voices of a famous actor and a great writer to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s death. They will bring back to life his powerful narrative, focusing particularly on the latest works. It is a tribute to one of the most extraordinary and intellectual figures in the history of Italian literature and cinema. Fabrizio Gifuni is one of the most successful actors on the Italian film and theatre scene.He has created and performed many roles for the stage, including the project “Gadda e Pasolini, antibiografia di una nazione” (“Gadda and Pasolini, the anti-biography of a nation”) winning the 2010 Ubu Prize for Best Show, as well as Best Actor for “Gadda Goes to War”, directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci.He has acted in more than thirty films and TV movies, working with directors including: Gianni Amelio, Marco Tullio Giordana, Ridley Scott, Giuseppe Bertolucci, Liliana Cavani and Paolo Virzì.Emanuele Trevi, born in Rome in 1964, is considered one of the most important contemporary Italian writers. He has written numerous critical essays on literary figures. His work on the Italian poet Pietro Tripodo won the Sandro Onofri Prize. He also edited an anthology with the writer Marco Lodoli. His book “Qualcosa di scritto” (“Something Written”) won the EU Prize for Literature in 2012. For Einaudi he has just published “Il popolo di legno". Trevi has also worked in publishing and radio. He is a frequent contributor to national newspapers and magazines.Admission free, book online


Date: Sunday, November 01, 2015