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Don’t Look Now: Film Screening and A Look Behind the Scenes

Wednesday 26 March 2014

Half Day


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Nicolas Roeg’s 1973 film Don’t Look Now is consistently near the top of lists of the best films of all time. In 2011, in Time Out a panel of writers, actors and directors voted it the greatest British film ever made. To mark the 40th anniversary of its European release, Frederick Muller, owner of Eldorado Films, the film’s Italian co-producer talks to writer Ross King about the making of the film, followed by a screening of Don’t Look Now.

Muller was responsible for arranging all of the locations in Venice, and for finding, among other things, the dwarf and the red coat. He will give a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Don’t Look Now, from casting and budgets to the famous love scene.

This event will last two hours 40 minutes.