Navrasa Duende Classic Movie Festival 2018 Second Edition
22nd June 2018 (Friday)
11:30 am - Gone with the Wind (3h 58m)
6:00 pm - Children of Paradise (3h 10m)
23rd June 2018 (Saturday)
10:30 am - Fiddler on the Roof (3h 21m)
3:30 pm - Wild Strawberries (1h 33m)
5:00 pm - Bicycle Thieves (1h 33m)
7:30 pm - Jalsaghar (1h 40m)
24th June 2018 (Sunday)
11:00 am - Doctor Zhivago (3h 20m)
4:30 pm - Ivan's Childhood (1h 37m)
7:30 pm - Throne of Blood (1h 51m).
Note: At the end of each movie, there will be an interactive session.
Navrasa Duende Classic Movie Festival (Second Edition) is a rare and rich ensemble of films by directors from around the world. The festival aims to bring back the classic era of world films from Sweden, Russia, Italy, France, Hollywood, Japan, India and the United Kingdom. The festival includes a collection of a vast variety of genres ranging from movies that were considered to be milestones of the neo-realistic cinema movement and some of the blockbuster classic movies as well.
The movies being showcased are:
Norman Jewison's Fiddler on the Roof: 3 Academy Awards and 2 Golden Globes
Ingmar Bergman's Wild Strawberries: 5 Mar del Plata Film Festival Awards, 2 Berlin International Film Festival Awards and 1 Golden Globe Award
Marcel Carne's Children of Paradise: 1 Online Film and Television Association Award and 1 Venice Film Festival Award
Andrei Tarkovsky's Ivan's Childhood: 1 award each from San Francisco International Film Festival and Venice Film Festival
Victor Fleming's Gone with the Wind: 10 Academy Awards and 1 People's Choice Award
Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood: 2 Mainichi Film Concours Awards and 1 Kinema Junpo Award
Satyajit Ray's Jalsaghar: 1 award from Moscow International Film Festival
Victorio De Sica's Bicycle Thieves: 6 Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Awards and 1 award each from Golden Globe, BAFTA and Academy Awards
David Lean's Doctor Zhivago: 5 Academy Awards and Golden Globes each, 3 BAFTA and 1 each from Grammy and People's Choice Award.
Navrasa Duende wants to build a community of world cinema lovers and establish that classical movies can be the mainstream entertainment source.