Republic Rediscovered. New Digital Restoration! Gina Telaroli introduces
United States | 1949 | R.G. Springsteen
Filmmaker Gina Telaroli, who works as Martin Scorsese’s video archivist, was a consultant on the recent film series “Martin Scorsese Presents Republic Rediscovered: New Restorations from Paramount Pictures,” which debuted in February at the Museum of Modern Art. She also cut the series trailer. Tonight Telaroli returns to her hometown to kick off our five-film Republic salute and introduce one of her favorite films from the MoMA retrospective. Hellfire is an unusual B western that was shot in two-strip Trucolor (a bargain-basement process heavy on oranges and blues). It tells of a reformed bad guy who pledges to build a church in honor of a self-sacrificing preacher he meets one day. William (“Wild Bill”) Elliott, Marie Windsor, and Forrest Tucker star. Cleveland revival premiere. DCP. 90 min.
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