A Tribute to Εnnio Morricone: Diabolik (1968) - Εικόνα

A Tribute to Εnnio Morricone

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Ennio Morricone may have drifted into permanent “silence” on July 6th, at the age of 91, but the work he left behind, both in cinema and television (more than 400 scores for individual titles during the course of his career!), will forever be the background music not only to our images, but our pop culture and our lives. One of the top artists in his field, Morricone became synonymous early on with the genre of Italian spaghetti westerns, composing musical score “hymns” of timeless importance. His notes became the ideal soundtrack for an old-fashioned, traditional style of machismo that inspired the heroes of the movies for which he wrote music, but without taking away from his talent for romance, emotion and a nostalgic disposition for genuine melody. In his honor, the five films that make up this tribute include work of different timbres, demonstrating the broadness of his range.

Program coordinator: Ilias Frangoulis


Diabolik (1968): Plot 

The masked Diabolik and his beloved partner Eva Kant steal huge fortunes throughout Europe, becoming a nuisance for both the authorities and organized crime gangs that cannot find the hero’s lair. One of the top cult movies in 1960s Italian cinema, “Diabolik” was based on the comic series by Angela and Luciana Giussani and filmed at the same time as “Barbarella”, also produced by Dino De Laurentiis. A glorious pop aesthetic in the sets, one of Morricone’s most modern works in the score, and a point of reference for several contemporary artists (the Beastie Boys paid tribute to it through their music video for “Body Movin'” in 1998).

Director: Mario Bava

Friday 11/09 | 20.30


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Entry is free.

For your own safety and in compliance with the measures for maintaining distances as defined by the Hellenic National Public Health Organization, we have designed a special layout at the Great Lawn, with signs indicating the spots where groups and families of up to 4 people may sit.

There will be no waiting list. According to the protection measures against COVID-19, on the occasion of the exceedance of the Great Lawn’s visitors maximum capacity, the film screening will be cancelled. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

See also

Tuesday 08/09, 20:30

A Tribute to Εnnio Morricone


Wednesday 09/09, 20:30

A Tribute to Εnnio Morricone: The Untouchables (1987)


Thursday 10/09, 20:30

A Tribute to Εnnio Morricone: The Sicilian Clan (1969)