69th Venice Film Festival – Enzo Avitabile Music Life: an interview with Jonathan Demme
He directed Anthony Hopkins as the dreadful Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs, for which they both won an Academy Award. He moved America and the rest of the world with Philadelphia and Bruce Springsteen’s Streets of Philadelphia, which followed in the film a young Tom Hanks, won the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Music fans also know him for his concert movie Stop Making Sense with Talking Heads, live on stage at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983 or for his three documentaries about the Canadian songwriter Neil Young.
Face to face with director Jonathan Demme, in Venice with Enzo Avitabile Music Life a documentary film about the world-famous Neapolitan musician.