April 28, 2012 - 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
In his last film, Federico Fellini takes a nostalgic, panoramic look at life in a colorful seaside village in 1930s/Fascist Italy — and one boy’s coming of age. Packed with ripe imagery, bawdy humor, and rich characters AMARCORD has been hailed “a masterpiece of personal filmmaking” (Cinemania). Warmly enhanced by Nino Rota’s toe-tapping score. Oscar: Best Foreign Film.
$5 Suggested Donation