Pier Paolo Pasolini
(Bologna, 5 March 1922 – 2 November 1975)
Eldest son of an infantry officer Carlo Alberto Pasolini and teacher Susanna Colussi, due to constant transfers of his father, the family Pasolini moved to Parma, then in Venice, and in Belluno birthplace Guido Alberto. In Belluno Pier Paolo is enrolled in the kindergarten of the sisters, but after a few days he refuses to go. In 1927, the family moved to Conegliano and Pier Paolo Pasolini before he turned 6 years he was enrolled in the first grade.In 1928 the Pasolini family moved to Pordenone in Friuli, where they were guests in the House, since her father was arrested for some debts, the mother to cope with economic difficulties resumed teaching. When the period of detention of the father, they resumed transfers. In 1929 the Pasolini moved to Sacile, and Pier Paolo discovers a passion for drawing and writing. In Pier Paolo grew a passion for poetry and literature, after high school at Reggio Emilia Bologna, he attended the high school football Galvani became captain of the football team of the Faculty of arts. In Bologna, he attended the film Club and starts to become passionate about the film by René Clair. In 1941 Pasolini family spends the summer in Casarsa where Pier Paolo writes poems that enclosed in letters to friends.
The father is invoked in services to East Africa where he is taken prisoner by the British. In July 1942 spends three weeks in a training camp for cadets at Porretta Terme. On 26 November 1945 Pasolini graduated in letters with 110/110 cum laude from the University of Bologna. In 1943 is called to arms and was sent to Pisa after a seventh of enlistment disobeyed the order to surrender their weapons to the Germans and escaped the deportation disguised as a peasant, and takes refuge in Casarsa. Meanwhile in Casarsa come the roundups of fascists and impressment in the new army of the Republic of Salò. Pier Paolo Meanwhile holds lessons for those students who because of the bombings could not reach the schools in Pordenone and Udine. Pier Paolo and his mother decided to open a free school at home to study students who were to follow more than three kilometres to reach school headquarters of Casarsa. Pier Paolo falls for a student among the largest and at the same time he fell in love with a young Slovenian violinist who attended family Pasolini. In 1945 his brother Guido was killed by a communist partisan militia in Friuli. In 1946 Pasolini began working in an unfinished autobiographical novelQuaderni rossi because handwritten on five exercise-books from the Red cover. Then he devoted himself to another two novels involuntary Pages Naaz. In these pages the author describes his homosexual experiences. On 29 March of 1947 won the Angel with the poems in Friulian and Venetian. On 26 January 1947 Pasolini on daily Freedom of Udine;
« We for our part, we are convinced that currently only Communism is able to provide a new "real" culture, a culture that is morality, whole existence interpretation. »
After the war, Pasolini, who had long been undecided on the field to get off, observed the new demands of Justice that were born in the relation between the master and the various categories of underdogs and had no doubts about the party from whom he wanted to schierasi and so start to read Kar l Marx. Writes to her friend poetess Giovanna Bemporad:
« The other is always infinitely less important than I but others are making history. »
(Letter to Giovanna Bemporad, 1947)
The following may he began working with the magazine, comes into contact with the exiled Catalan poet, Carles Cardó. Send to Gianfranco Contini the complete collection of his poems in Friulian in Cjants muàrt, a title which was changed later in the best of youth. He was appointed for two years to teach Humanities at sixth grade school in Valvasone, which reached every morning by bicycle. Continue its adherence to the PCI participated in the event, which was held in the Centre of San Vito, on 7 January 1948, organised by the Chamber of labour to obtain the application of De Gasperi Award and it was on this occasion that, looking at the various stages of the clashes with the police are talking to the young peasants, you outlined the project to write a novel about that world in turmoil, published only in 1962 under the title the dream of one thing. On 29 August 1949 at the Festival of Santa Sabina Ramuscello Pasolini paid three minors for reports of masturbation, the fact he came to the police station of Cordovado Meanwhile interjected Attorney Bruno Brusin who persuaded the families of boys not to press charges, offering 100,000 lire apiece to families for the damage suffered. But the investigation continued, with charges of indecent exposure in public places and statutory rape (one of the guys was under sixteen). On 28 December was removed on charges of corruption of minors for lack of complaint and the debate focused on the fact that no events were held in a public place but in a hidden field from hedge and by a grove of Acacias. The ruling came in January 1950: Pier Paolo Pasolini, and the two children over sixteen years were convicted of indecent exposure in public place and sentenced to three months ' imprisonment each and payment of court costs; the penalty was entirely condoned as a result of the pardon. The leaders of the October 26, 1950, PCI decided to expel him from the party "for moral and political unworthiness». He was also suspended from teaching. Pasolini took refuge in Rome with his single mother, who had to take a hostessing service, early days in Rome were difficult, lived in a rented room. Thanks to the intervention of the abruzzese dialect poet Vittorio Clemente, Pasolini took a job as a teacher in a private school in Ciampino. To make ends meet, he joined the Union appearances of Cinecittà, also corrected drafts at a newspaper; He managed to publish some articles on some Catholic newspapers and went on to write novels that had begun in Friuli: adultery, Amado mio, La meglio gioventù. He began to write women in life and some pages, like glimpses of Roman nights, Gas and Jubilee,which will then be resumed in Ali-eyed. After the friendship with Sandro Penna, who became the inseparable friend of walks along the Tiber, he met a young painter in ' 51, Sergio Citti, that will help you learn the lingo and the Roman dialect, constituting, as will write the same Pasolini, his "living dictionary", thanks to Citti writes a collection of poetry in Rome 1950-diary. Publishes the journal Compared the tale The Ferrobedò, who later will be called women in life, he also wrote the poem The Apennines which will be opening to the ashes of Gramsci.Compete for the title of Catholic dialect poetry and won 50,000 thousand livres with the testament of Coran. In 1953 began working on an anthology of popular poetry, for the series of Publisher Guanda conducted by Attilio Bertolucci due out with the title Italian Songbook. In 1954 he started his first film experience collaborating with Giorgio Bassani, the film's screenplay by Mario Soldati La donna del fiume. In 1955 Pasolini send to the Publisher Garzanti the full typescript Ragazzi di vita, but the theme of creepy about the novel, male prostitution, due to obscenity charges, but despite critical Pasolini and the exclusion of the Strega prize the novel was extremely successful from the audience. In 1955, the anthology of popular poetry, Italian Songbook with a dedication to his brother Julius and at the same time Pasolini began working on the screenplay of the film by Luis Trenker, the prisoner of the mountains. Begin collaborations with Mauro Bolognini for movie Marisa la civetta and Fellini for the Nights of Cabiria. In 1958 is a dark period for intellectual and literary Pasolini a crisis because all this weighed down also by the death of his father. In December 1958 ends by writing A violent life that will deliver to Publisher Garzanti in 1959, after a long process of self-censorship made necessary because considered as editors dangerous politically. In 1960 two volumes of old sayings, Rome 1950-diary and spring Sonnet. In 1961 he left for India with Alberto Moravia and Elsa Morante, thanks to this trip collects material to write articles for the day which will form the volume the smell of India. From 1960 to 1965 held on invitation of Antonello Trombadori an address book Dialogue with readers on the popular weekly Communist new ways. In 1961 he went to the Circeo in the villa of a friend to write the screenplay of the film together with Sergio Citti Mamma Roma. MovieMamma Roma is presented at the Venice Film Festival in Venice on 31 August 1962 with a great success and a complaint for obscenity but will be stored. On 22 September 1962 during the premiere of Mamma Roma to the cinema Le quattro fontane di Roma is attacked by a group of neo-fascists and the police. In 1965 he starts filmingthe hawks and the sparrows that deals with the issue of the political crisis of the Communist party between actors Totò and Ninetto Davoli, a film that takes place between the real and the surreal. In 1966 is shots from a hemorrhage due to an ulcer that was already suffering stays in bed for a month during the period of convalescence writes six tragedies that make up his play Calderón, Pilade, Pigsty, and story-telling style, Beast .When the period of convalescence works in Blasphemy, a novel in the form of a screenplay in verse. In 1968 he collaborated with rock group psychedelic Chetro & Co, for which he wrote the lyrics to evening Dances at the same time rotate the sequence of paper flower with Ninetto Davoli taken from Gospel parables of fico unsuccessful due out in 1969 as the third episode of the film "love and anger". On 27 November 1968 represents the Teatro Stabile di Torino, Orgia which was poorly received by the public at the same time began the filming of Sty. In 1971 runs the Canterbury Tales film won the Golden bear at the Berlin Film Festival but was panned by international critics and seized in Italy. In 1973 begins shooting the flower of the one thousand and one nights in Isfahan. In the 1974 movie Fiore delle mille e una notte Salehi won the Grand Prix du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival. On the night of 2 November 1975 Pasolini was path and overwhelmed by his own car on the beach of Ostia's seaplane base. The corpse was found by a woman killed, to recognize the corpse was Ninetto Davoli. The murder was blamed Pino Pelosi of seventeen, Pelosi claimed to have been approached by Pasolini near Termini station, Piazza dei Cinquecento Gambrinus Bar and invited on his car a Alfa Romeo 200GT Fast behind the promise of monetary compensation. After a dinner hosted by the writer, in trattoria Biondo Tevere, close to the Basilica di San Paolo, the two made their way to the outskirts of Ostia. The tragedy came after a fight for sexual demands of Pasolini at which Pelosi was reluctant, degenerated into an altercation outside the car. The young man was threatened with a stick which then took over to trounce Pasolini until it drop to the ground, wounded but alive. Then Pelosi boarded the car of the writer and the swept repeatedly with wheels up to sfondandogli the rib cage and causing death. The clothes of Pelosi showed no traces of blood, Pelosi was convicted in first instance for manslaughter in competition with unknown. On a European release on The survey article by Oriana Fallaci, assumed a premeditation and the concurrence of at least two other people. Another journalist from the same newspaper had talks with the guy who hinted to have been part of a group that allegedly massacred the poet just to steal his wallet and then a robbery escalated after his statement on Pelosi vanished hinting that this Declaration would have risked their lives. The various inhabitants of abusive homes, they trusted the press he heard screaming Pasolini, but no one stepped in to her assistance. It was learned later that the area was known to Paige because sometimes rented for a few hours one of the houses in the place for intimate moments. In his biography Enzo Siciliano argues that the story of Pelosi presents loopholes because the wooden stick in reality, was a wooden board used to indicate the number of houses, other breach and how come a minute man as Pelosi would overpowered a man strong and agile as Pasolini without leaving any sign of a struggle or blood stains on his person or clothing. The film Pasolini, un delitto Italian by Marco Tullio Giordana is scripted as an investigation concludes that Pelosi was not alone. Pelosi during a television interview declared that he was not the perpetrator of the crime, but that it was committed by others, trickling in car license plate Catania, which he said had a Calabrian or Sicilian accent. A short time later it turns out that the authorities was sent an anonymous letter stating that the night Pasolini's death, his car had been followed by a Fiat 1300 by Catania whose were shown first 4 digits, but nobody bothered to check the P RA (Public Motor Vehicles). Pelosi revealed the names of his alleged accomplices, adding that their names be withheld for fear of endangering his family, but the death of her parents she felt free to talk. Thirty years after his death, together with the retraction of Pelosi, Sergio Citti speaks of a disappearance of some copies of the film Salò and a meeting with some criminals to return. Sergio Citti died the sect after natural causes.
Mamma Roma (1962)
Ro. Go. Pa. G., episode the ricotta (1963)
The anger (1963)
Love meetings (1964)
Sopralluoghi in Palestina per il Vangelo secondo Matteo (1964)
The Gospel according to Matthew (1964)
Uccellaci e uccellini (1966)
Witches, episode the Earth seen from the Moon (1967)
Capriccio all'italiana-episode What are clouds (1967)
Oedipus Rex (1967)
Notes for a film about India (1968)
Love and rabbiinepisode La sequenza del fiore di carta (1968)
Notes towards an African Orestes (1970)
12 December fight continues (1970)
Notes for a novel about garbage (1970)
The Decameron (1971)
The walls of Sana'a (1971)
The Canterbury Tales (1972)
Thel fiore delle Mille e una notte (1974)
Salò, or the 120 days of Sodom (1975)
Pornographic – Teo – Blockbuster (1976) unfinished due to the death of Pasolini
Poems in Casarsa, antiquarian bookshop Mario Landi, Bologna, 1942
Poems, Stamperia Pasha, San Vito al Tagliamento, 1945
Diaries, Publications of the Academy, Casarsa, 1945
The cries, Publications of the Academy, Casarsa, 1946
Where is my homeland, 13 drawings by g. Zigania, the Following Editions, Casarsa, 1949
This còur a frut, Friulian language editions, London, 1953
Journal entry (1945-47), Sciascia, Caltanisetta, 1954 – new edition, 1979
The best of youth, Library of comparison, Sansoni, Florence, 1954
The popular song, The Meridian Edition, Milan, 1954
Le ceneri di Gramsci, Garzanti, Milano, 1957; new editions Einaudi, Turin, 1981, with essay by Walter Sites
The Nightingale of the Catholic Church, Longanesi, Milan, 1958; New Edition, Einaudi, Turin, 1976.
Rome 1950. Diary, all'insegna del pesce d'Oro (Scheiwiller), Milan, 1960.
Spring Sonnet (1953), Scheiwiller, Milan, 1960.
The religion of my time, Garzanti, Milano, 1961; New Edition Einaudi, Turin, 1982.
Poetry in the form of rose (1961-1964) , Garzanti, Milano, 1964.
Forgotten Poems, edited by Luigi Ciceri, Società filologica Friulana, Udine, 1965.
Poems (author's choice of 24 poems from the ashes of Gramsci, the religion of my time and poetry in the form of rosa) Garzanti, Milano, 1970.
Trasumanar e organizzar, Garzanti, Milan, 1971.
The new youth. Friulian 1941-1974poems, Einaudi, Torino, 1975; Necklace ostriches # 243, Einaudi
Translation: (includes the ashes of Gramsci, the religion of my time, Trasumanar e organizzar rose, poetry,some unpublished), Garzanti, Milan, 1975.
Poems and pages found, curated by Andrea Zanzotto and Nico Naldini, with art by Pier Paolo Pasolini and Giuseppe Zigaina, Side 25, Rome, 1980.
Blasphemy. Tutte le poesie, 2 vols., edited by Graziella Chiarcossi and Walter Siti, foreword by John Smith, Garzanti, Milan, 1993
Poetry, 4 vols., Garzanti, 1995-1996.
Selected poems, edited by Nico Naldini and Francesco Zambon, with an introduction by f. Zambon, Necklace Poets of our time, TEA, Milano 1997
Tutte le poesie, 2 vols. in box set, edited and with an essay by Walter Siti, introduction by Fernando Bandini, necklace meridians, Mondadori, Milano, 2003.
Ragazzi di vita, Garzanti, Milano 1955 (new ed.: Einaudi, Torino 1979, with an appendix containing the working method and the speakers)
A violent life, Garzanti, Milan 1959 (New Edition: Einaudi, Torino 1979)
Women in Rome. Seven stories of P.P. Pasolini, Introduction by Alberto Moravia, 104 photos by Sam
True, necklace mirror world # 8, Milano, Il Saggiatore, 1960
The smell of India, Longanesi, Milan 1962; New ed., Guanda, Parma 1990, with an interview with Renzo Paris with Alberto Moravia
The dream of a thing, Garzanti, Milano 1962
Ali, blue-eyed, Garzanti, Milano 1965
Theorem , Garzanti, Milano 1968
The Divine Mimesis, Einaudi, Turin 1975; New ed. with an introduction by Walter Siti, Einaudi .1993
Amado mio preceded by adultery, with an essay by a. Bertolucci, edited by Concetta D'angeli, Garzanti, Milan, 1982
Oil, curated by Maria Campbell and Graziella Chiarcossi, with a philological note to Aurelio Roncaglia, Einaudi, Turin 1992; edited by Silvia De Laude, Oscar Necklace, Mondadori, Milano, 2005
A country of thunderstorms and Primroses , by Nico Naldini, Guanda, Parma 1993 (contains essays by topic)
Romans, followed by an article in the "progress" and the Operetta marina, edited by Nico Naldini, Guanda, Parma 1994
Stories from the city of God. Tales and Chronicles romanand (1950-1966), edited by Walter Siti, Einaudi, Torino 1995
Novels and short stories, 2 vols., edited by Walter Siti and Silvia De Laude, with two essays by w. sites, Mondadori
Screenplays and texts for the cinema
La notte brava, in Filmcritica, November-December 1959
Accattone, foreword by Carlo Levi, FM, Rome 1961; then in Accattone, Mamma Roma Ostia, introduction by Ugo Casiraghi, Garzanti, Milano 1993, pp. 23-236.
Mamma Roma, Rizzoli, Milano 1962; then in Accattone, mother Rome, Ostia, pp. 239 – 401
The Gospel according to Matthew, a cura di Giacomo Gambetti, Garzanti, Milano 1964; then in the Gospel, Oedipus, Medea, introduction by Morando Morandini, Garzanti, Milan 1991, pp. 7-300
The grim reaper, "Filmcritica", October 1965
The hawks and the sparrows, Garzanti, Milano 1966
Oedipus Rex, Garzanti, Milan 1967, then in the Gospel, Oedipus, Medea, pp. 313-454
What are clouds?, in Cinema and Film, 1969
Sty (subject of the first episode, original title Orgia), in «ABC», 10 January 1969.
Appunti per un poema sul Terzo Mondo (subject), Pier Paolo Pasolini. Bodies and places, edited by Michele Mancini and Joseph Pandian, Theorema, Rome 1981, pp. 35-44.
Ostia, a film by Sergio Citti, screenplay by s. Citti and Pier Paolo Pasolini, Garzanti, Milano 1970; then inAccattone, mother Rome, Ostia, pp. 405-566.
Medea, Garzanti, Milano 1970; then in the Gospel, Oedipus, Medea, pp. 475 – 605.
Savage's father (story-screenplay written in 1963 for a movie ever made), necklace new corals # 114, Einaudi, Torino, ed. 1975.
Trilogy of life (The Decameron, the Canterbury Tales, il Fiore delle Mille e una notte), edited by Giorgio Gattei, Cappelli, Bologna 1975; new editions Oscar Mondadori, Milano 1987, Garzanti, Milano 1995, with an introduction by Gianni Canova.
Notes towards an African Orestes, curated by Antonio Costa, Quaderni del Centro Culturale di Copparo, Copparo (Ferrara) 1983
Unknown to the city (comment), Pier Paolo Pasolini, the cinema in the form of poetry, curated by Luciano De Giusti, Cinemazero, 1979, pp. 117-18 Pordenone
The sings of Chris (comment), ibid., pp. 119-20
Love meetings (preparatory ladder), ibid., pp. 123 – 27
Indian history (subject), ibid., pp. 134-35
The walls of Sana'a (comment), in «time», 27 March 1988
On demand-Teo-Blockbuster, in «Cinecritica», April-June 1989
The Earth seen from the Moon, screenplay by Serafino Murri comic, slideshow
The Misty, in «Filmcritica ", 459/460, November-December 1995; complete Edition according to the sequence of the first draft, edited by Graziella Chiarcossi, foreword by Alberto Piccinini, note the text of Mary D'agostini, library of Silerchie, Il Saggiatore, Milano, 2013.
For cinema, 2 vols. in box set, edited by Walter Siti and Franco Zabagli, with two written by Bertolucci and Mario Martone, introduction by Vincenzo Cerami, Mondadori, Milan 2001
Italie Magique, Powerful Lady, songs and dialogues written by Laura Betti, Longanesi, Milano 1965, pp. 187-203
Pilade, in «new topics», July-August 1967
Story-telling, in «new topics», luglio-settembre 1969
Calderón, Garzanti, Milan 1973
The Turcs tal Friùl (The Turks in Friuli), curated by Luigi Ciceri, Forum Julii, London 1976 (new edition Andreina Nicoloso Ciceri, Società filologica friulana, London 1995)
Story-telling-Pilade, Attilio Bertolucci, Garzanti, Milano 1977
Sty, beast of stylewith a hint of Aurelio Roncaglia, Garzanti, Milano 1979
Theatre (Calderón, story-telling, Pilade, Pigsty, beast of style), foreword by Guido Davico Bonino, Garzanti, Milan 1988
Story-telling, with a note by Guido Davico Bonino, Einaudi, Torino 1992
His glory (drama in 3 acts and 4 paintings, 1938), in March 1996, «», 40 Reports, pp. 43-70
Theatre, edited by Walter Siti and Silvia De Laude, with two interviews with l. Ronconi and s. Nordey, Mondadori, Milan 2001
Beast of style, edited by Pasquale Voza, Palomar Publishing, London 2005
" Paul Weiss"Pasolini's text, with 34 plates of the painter, editions of the small gallery Rome 1946
Passion and ideology (1948-1958), Garzanti, Milan 1960 (new editions Einaudi, Turin 1985, with an introduction by c. Segre, Garzanti, Milan 1994, preface by a. Asor Rosa).
"The speakers" (1948) retrieved from "Botteghe Oscure", Roma 1951, republished in the appendix to the EditionEinaudi "Ragazzi di vita", 1979
" Women of Rome"with introduction by Alberto Moravia, Milano, Il Saggiatore, 1960
Heretical Empiricism, Garzanti, Milano 1972
Scritti corsari1975, Garzanti, Milano (1990, New Edition with a preface by a. Baghdadi).
Volgar ' elocution, curated by Antonio Piromalli and Domenico Scafoglio, Athena, Naples, 1976
Lutheran Letters, Einaudi, Turin, 1976; with an introduction by Alfonso Berardinelli, 2003
Descriptions of descriptions, edited by Graziella Chiarcossi, necklace ostriches # 194, Einaudi, Torino, ed. 1979;Foreword by Giampaolo Dossena, Garzanti, Milan, 1996; introduction by Paolo Mauri, necklace essays, Garzanti, 2006
The porch of death, Cesare Segre, «Associazione Fondo Pier Paolo Pasolini», Garzanti Milano 1988
Anthology of lyric pascoliana. Introduction and commentary, edited by Marco Antonio Bazzocchi, introduction by m. a. Bazzocchi and Ezio Raimondi, Einaudi, Torino 1993
The films of others, edited by Tullio Kezich, Guanda, Parma 1996
Dialect poetry of the twentieth century, edited by Mario of the arch and Pier Paolo Pasolini, introduction by Pasolini, Guanda, Parma 1952 (new edition Einaudi, Torino 1995, prefaced by Giovanni Tesio).
Italian Songbook. Anthology of popular poetry, edited by Pier Paolo Pasolini, Guanda, Parma 1955 (new edition Garzanti, Milano 1972 and 1992).
Pier Paolo Pasolini and the sieve 1942-1943, edited by Mario Ricci, Cappelli, Bologna 1977, written by Roberto Roversi and Gianni Scalia (contains the following essays on such issues: «Moods» Bartolini; Italian culture and European culture in Weimar; Young people, the wait; Notes for a controversy; Exhibitions and city; For a pure morality in Ungaretti; Reasoning about pain; Low flame. Literary collections;
Philology and morale; Personality of Gal; «Dino» and «Biography For Ebe '; Last speech intellectuals; Comment to an anthology of ' new opera '; Justification for De Angelis; Comment with the writing of Bresson; An exhibition in Udine).
All articles by Pasolini for «Sieve» can be read on the website of the public library of Archiginasio
Note on the today's poem, "Gioventù italiana del Littorio. Bulletin of the Federal Command of Bologna», April 1942, p. 6.
Stroligut di cà da aga (1944)- The Stroligut (1945-1946)- Notebook novel (1947), facsimile reproduction of the magazines of the Friulian language, edited by Circolo filologico Following padovano, Padua, 1983 (contains the following Essays on such issues: Dialet, lenga and stil; Following di Lenga Furlana; Some rules of thumb misspelling; Poetic's will and language evolution).
Essays on literature and art, 2 vols. in slipcase, edited by Walter Siti and Silvia De Laude, with an essay by Cesare Segre, necklace meridians, Mondadori, Milano, 1999
Essays on politics and society, edited by Walter Siti and Silvia De Laude, with an essay by Piergiorgio Bellocchio, necklace meridians, Mondadori, Milan 1999
The young and the wait. Three youthful writings (1942-43), every man is all men, 2015, ISBN 978-88-966-9193-9.
1958 Cannes Film Festival for best original screenplay for Giovani mariti by Mauro Bolognini
1960 Silver Ribbon for best original screenplay for La notte brava by Mauro Bolognini
First prize for Best Director at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 1962 for Accattone
International Venice-1964: Silver Lion-grand jury prize and prize Ocip (Office Chatolique International du Cinéma) for the Gospel according to Matthew
Nastro d'Argento Best Director in 1965 for the Gospel according to Matthew
1967 Silver Ribbon for best original screenplay for the hawks and the sparrows
International Venice-1968 Prize Ocip (Office Chatolique International du Cinéma) to Teorema
"Amelia" 1969 Award for cinematography
1970 kinema Junpo Awards: best foreign film for Oedipus Rex
Berlin International Film Festival: Silver bear 1971 for The Decameron
Berlin International Film Festival: Golden bear 1972 for the Canterbury Tales
1974 Cannes Film Festival: Grand Prize of the jury for Il fiore delle Mille e una notte
2015 Venice Film Festival: best film restored to Salò, or the 120 days of Sodom
Points of Pasolini, Silvana Editoriale & Study Center Pier Paolo Pasolini, 2010 (text by Luciano Serra and photographs by Andrea Paolella)
Guido Mazzon and Guido Banson, PPP. The world doesn't want me anymore and doesn't know, Como-Pavia, Ibis editions, 2012. ISBN 978-88-7164-379-3.
Elio Filippo Accrocca (ED), custom Portraits by Italian authors : biographical information, confessions, bibliographies of poets, writers and critics, Venice, book Association, 1960, ISBN that does not exist.
Dario Bellezza, death of Pasolini, Milan, Mondadori, 1995, ISBN 88-04-39449-8.
Marco Antonio Bazzocchi, Pier Paolo Pasolini, MIT Press, January 1, 1998, ISBN 88-424-9460-7
Laura Betti and Fernando Bandini (editor), Pasolini: court reporting, persecution, death, Garzanti, 1978
Franca Faldini, Goffredo Fofi (ED), the adventurous Italian cinema history, volume 2, 1960-1969, vol. 2, Milan, Feltrinelli, 2011 ISBN 978-88-95862-48-4.
Robert s. c. Gordon, Pasolini: Forms of Subjectivity, Oxford, Oxford University, 1996