Documentary on Ginsberg, Fellini tribute set for festival

April 15, 1994

The Baltimore International Film Festival will continue this week with seven films showing at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive. Advance tickets are available at the BMA box office at (410) 235-0100. Call (410) 889-1993 for film information.

Tonight's features are "Full House," a French psychodrama about the strains of media stardom, at 7:30, and "Fiorile," a sensuous Italian drama about the clash between love and

money, at 9:15.

"The Story of a Cheat," a 1936 French film by Sacha Guitry, will be shown at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, followed by "Out of Sight," a documentary about a blind woman who insisted on her humanity, at 9:15 p.m.

Sunday night's feature is "The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg," at 7, a documentary about the Beat poet that includes interviews with Norman Mailer, Joan Baez and Ken Kesey and Mr. Ginsberg's appearance on William F. Buckley Jr.'s "Firing Line."

From Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival comes "Mama Awethu!" on Wednesday night at 7:30. The film uses Cape Town circa 1992 to tell a larger story about women in South Africa, and is preceded by the 30-minute "Blood Ties: The Life and Work of Sally Mann," about the photographer's recent work.

On Thursday night at 7:30, the festival will offer a tribute to the late director Federico Fellini, with a restored version of his 1954 masterpiece "La Strada."

The festival, sponsored by the Baltimore Film Forum, will run until April 30.

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