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Pier Paolo Pasolini’s ‘Medea’ (1969)

Film Screening introduced by panel discussion

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
6:30 pm


In accordance with NYU Covid Safety Precautions, in order to attend in person, all audience members MUST:
– be 12+ years of age
– show a valid government-issued photo ID
– show proof of being fully vaccinated and boosted (if eligible)
– wear a well-fitted mask at all times

Mandatory RSVP


Viva Voce
Film Screening
(Italy / France / West Germany, 1969, 118 min.)

Directed by
Pier Paolo Pasolini

Written by
Pier Paolo Pasolini, based on the play by Euripides

Maria Callas
Massimo Girotti
Giuseppe Gentile

In ITALIAN with ENGLISH subtitles


Introduced by a conversation between
Alessandro Barchiesi (Classics, NYU)
Ara Merjian (Italian Studies, NYU)

Moderated by Eugenio Refini, NYU


Organized by Prof. Eugenio RefiniViva Voce is a series of events – conversations, talks, book discussions – that address the intersections of voice, performance and the mechanisms of reception. Featuring specialists from different fields, these interdisciplinary events aim to bridge across research, teaching, and public outreach.

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