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Camilla Shams

Chams has previously translated Pasolini's book of poems Asken's poet into Norwegian and is a research fellow at the University of Oslo.

A revolutionary language

PASOLINI: MODERN TIMES prints here the translator's foreword, in connection with our review of Pier Paolo Pasolin's Sao Paolo (Paulus).

An Italian photo cavalcade

PHOTO: It would be almost fifty years before Paolo di Paolo's daughter found the pictures his father had taken, and confronted him with his hitherto unknown past as a (Italian) celebrity photographer.

The price of freedom

The sexuality of Lebanese Danielle Arbid's films is an expression of protest, struggle and rebellion against taboos. 

The passing of time 

Mia Hansen-Løve's new feature film Tomorrow's Day revolves around how political involvement changes over time, and adds to the series of her films about family dynamics and relationships. Here we give an overview of her films.

The camera lens as a political tool

The Italian political film is on Cinemateket's program this weekend. The social engagement of neorealism goes a few steps further in Elio Petri's uncovering of the alienating game of power, with clear lines of connection to the Kafkas Process.