September 21, 2021

MACISTE ALL’INFERNO with live score by SEXMOB, presented by Edward Hopper House Art Center and Rivertown Film

Showing: Monday, August 10 at dusk
Title: Maciste all'inferno
Year: 1926
Country: Italy
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macistinfern14300The devil takes Maciste the Strongman down to hell in an attempt to corrupt and ruin his morality. Maciste was the hero of 13 early Italian films. This was the last made in the silent era, and is the most famous. “I’m sure that I remember it well because the image has remained so deeply impressed that I have tried to re-evoke it in all my films. I saw it standing with my father’s arms around me amidst a crowd of people in wet overcoats because it was raining outside” – Federico Fellini.

Presented by Edward Hopper House Art Center and Rivertown Film in the backyard garden of the Hopper House, 82 North Broadway in Nyack, at dusk.


Led by Internationally renowned local bandleader, composer, arranger & trumpeter Steven Bernstein, the grammy-award nominated band SEXMOB (Sexmob Plays Fellini, Sexotica, Din of Inequity, Sexmob Does Bond) brings to Rockland County a score to Maciste all’inferno they first played last year at Symphony Space.

This may be one of the most unique evenings of film you’ll ever see.

Tickets $20 Proceeds will go to support Edward Hopper Art Center. Do not delay, this show will sell out.

The screening will begin at dusk. Raindate: Wednesday, Aug. 12.

Maciste_inferno2300Read an interesting essay about Maciste all’inferno at the website of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival:



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