Under Steve della Casa’s direction, the Turin Film Festival kicked off its 40th edition with an evening dedicated to music rather than film screenings at the opulent Teatro Regio, Variety reports.
The Beatles and Rolling Stones-themed talks were organized to evoke the connection between film and music, and the band’s love of film inspired them to work with the likes of Jean-Luc Godard and Martin Scorsese.
Malcolm McDowell, the guest of honor celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of “A Clockwork Orange,” shared how Mick Jagger wanted to be in the film and how Paul McCartney almost composed the score for another song. talked about the time. Variety has been added to McDowell’s film The Raging Moon.
Following the conclusion of the official part of the evening, which included speeches by Enzo Gigo, Director of the Italian National Cinema Museum and Stefano Lo Russo, Mayor of Turin, Beatles– A tribute to the Rolling Stones was broadcast live on Rai’s radio show “Hollywood Party”.
In front of an audience, guests shared memorable and sometimes untold anecdotes about the music of the two British bands, according to Variety. Director David Grieco, a Beatles fan as a teenager, made the audience laugh when he explained why he became a Stones fan.
He had purchased tickets a year earlier for two Beatles concerts in 1965 at the Adriano Theater in Rome. It was all over me. I spent the entire concert in this state.so I rolling stones fan. “
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