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Interview: Marco Bellocchio

published on 21 December 2011

'There is no point in being nostalgic about the old picturehouse. The new generation watch movies in a different way.' Italian director Marco Bellocchio speaks about his 46 year career, his formative influences–Nouvelle Vague, Antonioni–and why he continues to make movies.

'There is no point in being nostalgic about the old picturehouse. The new generation watch movies in a different way.' Italian director Marco Bellocchio speaks about his 46 year career, his formative influences–Nouvelle Vague, Antonioni–and why he continues to make movies.

Interview by:
Guest:
Marco Bellocchio
Art Direction:
Project Research, Edit and Camera:
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Special thanks to:
Lyman Carter, Pauline Moss and Julien Bidet, and all at the Marrakech International Film Festival

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