MIFF 1964

Erwin Rado

Festival Program
37 feature films and 113 short films were screened from 29 May to 15 June
Ful Program

Program in Focus
The 1964 program featured seminal films from auteurs that would enjoy a long affiliation with the festival. Major films included Fellini's 8 ½, Georges Franju's Thérèse Desqueyroux, based upon the novel of the same name, Ingmar Bergman's So Close to Life, Luis Buñuel's Exterminating Angel and Yasujiro Ozu's An Autumn Afternoon

Featured Film

Hands on the City (Francesco Rosi, 1963)

Featured Film 
The Given Word (Anselmo Duarte, 1962)

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From the Festival Files

You Had to Be There

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On Screen and in the Cinema

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