Berkeley Arts Festival Calendar


Amarcord, Federico Fellini (Italy, 1974)

"If ever there was a movie made entirely out of nostalgia and joy, by a filmmaker at the heedless height of his powers, that movie is Federico Fellini's Amarcord."-Roger Ebert

Join us for a screening of one of Federico Fellini's most celebrated works, Amarcord, in which he evokes a year in the life of the small Italian coastal town of Rimini in the mid-1930s with free-spirited fantasy, bittersweet comedy, and intimate detail. Though filled with phantasmagorical gems from the director's imagination, the film is also rooted in history, filtered through memory: focusing on one family of perfectly normal eccentrics, Fellini examines their impact on one another's lives and the impact of life on them through a series of intersecting tales.

Also showh on:
Saturday, April 29, 5:30 PM (Film to Table dinner, 7:30 PM)
Saturday, May 13, 8 PM

7pm to 8pm, BAMPFA 2155 Center Street

The Ray Charles Project

Featuring Tony Lindsay, Chris Cain, Glenn Walters, Dewayne Pate, Jim Pugh, and Deszon Claiborne. $18 adv / $22 door. 644-2020.

7pm, Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA, United States