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Retrospettiva 2018 – "Big Business" by Leo McCarey

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Retrospettiva 2017 – "Cat People" by Jacques Tourneur

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A scene of the film I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

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© Collection Cinémathèque suisse. Tous droits réservés - A scene of the film I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

"Geschwindigkeit" directed by Edgar Reitz, in 2016 the Retrospettiva section

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Peter Lorre actor and director of “Die Verlorene”, 1951, part of the Retrospettiva 2016 Beloved and Rejected: Cinema in the young Federal Republic of Germany

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“Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia” by Sam Peckinpah, protagonist of the Retrospettiva 2015

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Sam Peckinpah is at the center of the Retrospettiva 2015.

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Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece “Il Gattopardo”, part of the Retrospettiva Titanus in 2014.

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Retrospettiva Titanus: a family history of Italian cinema, 2014.

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Over the years the Locarno retrospectives have delved into every corner of cinema history: from great career monographs (including Ozu, Guitry or Welles) to themed programs (such as Another History of Soviet Cinema 1926–1968, Titanus or the Cinema in the Young Federal Republic of Germany, in the years 1949 to 1963); from wide-ranging tributes to contemporary filmmakers of the caliber of Bellocchio, Kiarostami and Kaurismäki, to complete retrospective seasons of acknowledged great masters such as Lubitsch, Minnelli, Preminger and Cukor, Sam Peckinpah, and Jacques Tourneur. The 2018 retrospective will be dedicated to American filmmaker Leo McCarey.

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