Pasolini's India - encounters

Pasolini's India - encounters

free entrance - Sala Cinema
Emanuele Trevi
Pasolini travelled to India for the first time in 1961, an experience that was to change his perception of society and of personal relationships for ever. The emotions he experienced were so intense that they prompted him to write L'odore dell'India (A Smell of India), a travelogue which was to become a cult work and one of his most important pieces of writing. The book is discussed by author Emanuele Trevi, one of the most sensitive interpreters of Pasolini's cultural legacy today.
Sala Cinema
free entrance
Admission via steps in Via Milano 9 a, Rome


Pasolini Encounters
data 22/05/2014 orario: 18:30
Calendario eventi
  • Internazionale in Rome

    a selection of poignant, hard-hitting documentaries on topical issues and human rights

    6 > 11 October 2015

  • Encounters with Balthus

    to tie with the exhibition "Balthus" at Scuderie del Quirinale

    28 October 2015 > 13 January 2016

  • The 20th Century and Decoration

    to tie with the exhibition "Una dolce vita? Dal Liberty al design. 1900-1940"

    29 October > 17 December 2015

  • Les Vampires

    cinema - live music - cartoons

    5 > 15 November 2015

  • Modern Times

    a film retrospective

    20 November > 20 December 2015