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My Dear Killer
part of Cinematic Void’s January Giallo

My Dear Killer

FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 2022

7:30pm (Doors: 7pm)
Little Theatre 1 (240 East Ave.)

Standard ticket prices
Tickets available online in advance, or at the door.

ABOUT THE FILM

Directed by spaghetti western master Tonino Valerii, My Dear Killer (Mio caro assassino) is a handsomely produced and unrelenting mystery-thriller reveling in clever twists, kills, and a shimmering Ennio Morricone jazz score. Inspector Luca Peretti is assigned to the rural case of decapitation via excavator at a construction site. When this killing paves the way for similar vicious acts, Peretti discovers the victims were connected to another shocking crime: the horrific murder of a young girl, which has remained unsolved for years.

100 mins  |  Mystery/Thriller  |  1972  |  Italy, Spain
In Italian with English subtitles

Restoration courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome and the American Genre Film Archive.

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Community Partners

Anomaly
Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival

COMMUNITY PARTNER • Operating from the birthplace of film, Anomaly showcases and celebrates independent genre films — horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, dark comedy, and the indescribable — from around the world. The festival hopes to broaden audience minds and maybe awaken some forgotten demons. Anomaly’s 4th annual festival will return to Rochester in November 2022. anomalyfilmfest.com

Cinematic Void
Cinematic Void

CO-PRESENTER • Cinematic Void is a monthly film party of cinemadness that puts on events at the Los Feliz 3, Egyptian and Aero Theatres through the American Cinematheque. Created by James Branscome in 2016, and with the guidance of Grant Moninger (Beyond Fest programmer), the series focuses on cult films and oddball gems of all genres. Each screening is packed with weirdo clip shows, special guests, bizarre contests, and other surprises. Like the name suggests, the series fills a ‘void’ by programming films and content that is meant to expand the horizons of your cinematic odyssey. cinematicvoid.com