FIFF 1976


1976. Fantastic Italy
During the Festival, thirty films present the golden age of Italian science-fiction film industry (1957-1966) at Cinema Excelsior. Fant’Italia, an exposition curated by Giuseppe Lippi and Lorenzo Codelli, in cooperation with La Cappella Underground, starts with “Toto in Hell”, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque, and “I Vampiri”, directed by Riccardo Freda, and ends with another film of Mastrocinque (“An Angel for Satan”) and a film of Mario Bava (“Kill, Baby, Kill”).
An exhibition about the American Pulps takes place in Cortile delle Milizie. The Pulps, magazines with a particular format and cheap paper obtained from pulpwood, were published between the end of the Twenties and the Fifties. An anthology of futurist aeropainting dedicated to Tullio Crali takes place in Palazzo Costanzi.

I film

After the Sandstorm / Claude Zaccai
Anno 2000 – La corsa della morte / Paul Bartel
Hu-Man / Jèrome Laperrousaz
Hyperion / Mircea Veroiu
Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future / Leonid Gayday
Jak utopit doktora Mracka aneb Konec vodniku v Cechach / Vaclav Vorlìcek
Memoria / Francisco Macian
The Mutations / Jack Cardiff
Otroki vo vselennoy / Richard Viktorov
Prima che il sole tramonti / Carlo Ausino
Rape / Miguel Iglesias
Un sussurro nel buio / Marcello Aliprandi