The unmissable passing of the torch between Bergamo Film Meeting and Bergamo Jazz is scheduled for Sunday, March 15, in the afternoon and will be divided into two consecutive moments. The first appointment, at 3.30pm, will be the screening of René Clément’s Les félins (Joy House, 1964). An art-house film noir of great suspense, with music by Lalo Schifrin and starring by two great actors: Jane Fonda and Alain Delon. Following, at 6.00pm, the silent film Herr Tartüff (Tartuffe, 1925) by Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, an adaptation of Molière’s comedy, where the outstanding camera work highlights a mischievous game of seduction and ambiguity. This film will be complemented by a live scoring performed by two leading personalities of the most advanced contemporary jazz: Rob Mazurek, charismatic representative of the avant-garde scene of Chicago, and the Italian Gabriele Mitelli, both trumpet players and specialists in the use of live electronics.
In collaboration with Bergamo Jazz Festival.