[Talk] Strange Vices: The Lush Perversity of Giallo Cinema [FREE]

1.00PM Sat 9 Sep 2017 (45mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

SYNOPSIS

Join film critic and author Alexandra Heller-Nicholas as she discusses the history of Italian giallo cinema and its greatest masters. This talk will be an extensive and engaging look at this alluringly perverse film genre - exploring the origins, appeal and enduring legacy of the world of giallo cinema.

Please note: short clips and trailers from films rated R18+ may be screened during this event.
 
Alexandra is a Melbourne-based film critic on radio station Triple R and editor of the film journal Senses of Cinema. She has written four books on cult, horror and exploitation cinema, including her 2014 book on Dario Argento's Suspiria for the Devil's Advocates series by UK publisher Auteur. She has more recently provided a visual essay called "The Power of Perception" about the cinema of Dario Argento on Arrow Video's home entertainment release of The Bird with Crystal Plumage.

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