Previously at the ICA - Films

Pier Paolo Pasolini, Pigsty, 1969

Pasolini: Poetry & Politics: Pigsty

16 Sep 2015

Porcile (Pigsty) is a film composed from two separate stories, one interwoven against the other. The first episode tells the story of a middle-class family headed by a German fascist father whose son is devoured by the pigs he was used to sleeping with. The second story is about a young, hungry man wandering on a volcanic wasteland where he will eventually become cannibalistic. Porcile has been widely recognized as the film through which Pasolini deployed a fierce and detailed politico-philosophical statement through the moving image.

(Notes by ICA Film & Cinema Manager, Nico Marzano)

Season Multi-buy
Special offer when booking all three screenings in the season:
Full £27
Concession £21
Members £18

Pigsty, dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy-France 1969, 98 mins, cert. 15

Pigsty will be screened from 35mm print

The ICA Cinema is now completely ad-free. Please note the feature will start following a selection of trailers and information relevant to the ICA programme. This film is rated 15.

With thanks to the Italian Cultural Institute London and Istituto Luce Cinecitta for supporting these events

Go back in time

E.g., 2016-10-23
E.g., 2016-10-23