Martin Scorsese at the Museum – Part 1
The National Museum of Cinema (Museo Nazionale del Cinema) in Turin, Italy hosts some of the most well-known exhibitions in the world. For this period and till September 15 the Museum, with the collaboration of the Deutsche Kinemathek, presents a special exhibition dedicated to Martin Scorsese. The visitors have the opportunity to pass across the whole filmography of the Italo-American director through photographs, costumes, screenplay excerpts, storyboards and movie props. Many of the exhibits have been offered by Martin Scorsese himself since they belong to his own personal collection. Even if you don’t have the possibility to visit the museum soon, you can have a glimpse of Scorsese’s world in this special photo-report of 24fpsverite.
The first part of the photo-report contains exhibits from the early years of Scorsese, till the late 70’s, and covers mainly his most important films of the New Hollywood era, Mean Streets (1973) and Taxi Driver (1976). Finally there is a letter from Terrence Malick that shows his support for Scorsese’s then upcoming film Raging Bull.
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