Widely recognized for his erudite film reviews, journalist and cultural critic A.O. Scott approaches the cinematic arts with a discerning eye and has gained the respect and admiration of filmmakers and movie lovers alike. In a special conversation that will be complemented by clips, Scott casts a new light on some of the legendary, yet undeservedly forgotten, films, including Fred Zinnemann’s Five Days One Summer and Sam Peckinpah’s Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.
A.O. Scott is a chief film critic for the New York Times and a distinguished professor of film criticism at Wesleyan University. Antonio Monda (moderator) is artistic director of Le Conversazioni literary festival and the Rome Film Festival.
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