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Author Topic: Spaghetti Westerns at NFT London, NMM Bradford, New York in June 2009 possibly  (Read 2203 times)

Mart85

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Spotted this on another board from Alex Cox's website:

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And - if all goes well - in June 2009 I'll curate a season of Spaghetti Westerns at the NFT in London, the National Media Museum in Bradford, and in New York: not the Eastwood/Leone trilogy, which has been done to death, but the really good stuff: Questi, Corbucci, Sollima, Petroni, Castellari.


http://www.alexcox.com/venice.htm
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Cool. That'd certainly be worth a trip to London

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Man, I`d love to get over there...who knows, it`s not out of the question. It`s worth adding this, also from Cox`s site:


2009 UPDATE
I'm half way through the revision of my old Spaghetti Western tract, which I've retitled MASSACRE TIME - to differentiate it from this new chronological history. The new book will have - at Kamera Books' insistance - the old title, 10,000 WAYS TO DIE, but it's completely different from the previous: a chronological history, beginning with Corbucci's RED PASTURES in 1963, and ending in the eighties with the last-gasp 3D Spaghetti, COMIN' AT YA!


I`m looking forward to this book.


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Mart85

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Would be awesome to see some Corbucci, Questi, Sollima, Petroni SWs on the big screen.  :-X

I`m looking forward to this book.

Same here.  I like how Cox writes and talks SWs.  The man clearly has love for them.
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K August

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Spotted this on another board from Alex Cox's website:

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And - if all goes well - in June 2009 I'll curate a season of Spaghetti Westerns at the NFT in London, the National Media Museum in Bradford, and in New York: not the Eastwood/Leone trilogy, which has been done to death, but the really good stuff: Questi, Corbucci, Sollima, Petroni, Castellari.


http://www.alexcox.com/venice.htm


Oooh NY...I hope so. We don't get much in the way of revivals.

Crosses fingers that both shows go through.

Thanks Martin
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Would be awesome to see some Corbucci, Questi, Sollima, Petroni SWs on the big screen.  :-X

I`m looking forward to this book.

Same here.  I like how Cox writes and talks SWs.  The man clearly has love for them.
Same here
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