Last event of the 35th Fantafestival at Cinema Trevi for the retrospective “Barbara Steele, Gothic Queen”

FantafestivalThis will be the last event of the 35th Fantafestival at Cinema Trevi for the retrospective “Barbara Steele, Gothic Queen” dedicated to the guest of honor of the entire 2015 edition of the festival. The retrospective will last for the whole week and go back over Steele’s career with the films she has loved most, but also a few rarities. This is the screening schedule.

 

Barbara Steele, the queen of gothic

The exhibition traces the career of the actress, alongside directors such as Freda, Margheriti, Mastrocinque, Franciosa, Festa Campanile, Salce, Schlöndorff, Monicelli, up roles in Demme’s film, Cronenberg, Dant

Barbara Steele (born 29 December 1937) is an English film actress. She is best known for starring in Italian gothic horror films of the 1960s. Her breakthrough role came in Italian director Mario Bava’s Black Sunday (1960).

Tuesday, 2015 September 8:

5pm Federico Fellini’s 8½ by Federico Fellini (1963)

7.30pm Revenge of the Mercenaries by Sergio Grieco (1962)

9.30pm A Sentimental Attempt by Pasquale Festa Campanile, Massimo Franciosa (1963)

 

Wednesday, 2015 September 9:

5pm Counter Tenors by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1964)

7pm I soldi by Gianni Puccini (1965)

8.45 For Love and Gold/Brancaleone’s Army by Mario Monicelli (1966)

 

Thursday, 2015 September 10:

5pm Terror Creatures from the Grave by Massimo Pupillo (1965)

7pm The Frightening Secret of Dr. Hichcock by Riccardo Freda (1962)

9pm The Ghost by Riccardo Freda (1963)

 

Friday, 2015 September 11:

5pm Beautiful Eyes by Lucio Fulci (1964)

7pm Piranha by Joe Dante (1978)

8.45pm The Butterfly Room – La stanza delle farfalle by Gionata Zarantonello (2012)

 

All films are screened in Italian. Tickets: 4 Euros, concessions 3 Euros.

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2 comments to “Last event of the 35th Fantafestival at Cinema Trevi for the retrospective “Barbara Steele, Gothic Queen””
  1. I lived with Barbara, Corky Hale and my mother jazz singer Helen Merrill in the Parioli section of Rome, in the early 1960s. Barbara was a sweetheart and I loved making breakfast for her for fun! I was only about 10 or 11 years old but I had a huge crush on the adorable British “Black Sunday” vampire actress.
    Question. Do you know the exact street address where we lived? It was the same building where Liz Taylor lived with her sons, who I knew as well.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated, since I’m writing an autobiography. Thanks! Alan

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