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It's hard to think of anyone who loved cinema more. Even Martin Scorsese has to concede that François Truffaut was the ultimate cineaste and this year marks the 50th anniversary of his Oscar-winning paean to his passion. Cinema Paradiso examines why Day For Night (1973) is by far the finest film that has ever been made about the mayhemic, maddening, and magical world of movie making.
With a season of films by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger showing at BFI Southbank and I Know Where I'm Going! (1945) and Peeping Tom (1960) back in cinemas before being released on disc, there's plenty for fans of The Archers to look forward to. Cinema Paradiso examines why cineastes are getting so excited.