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The Gospel According to St. Matthew

The Gospel According to St. Matthew(1966)

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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

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  • Voted One of the Year's Five Best Foreign Language Films by the 1966 National Board of Review.
  • Voted One of the Year's Ten Best Films by the 1966 New York Times Film Critics.
  • Winner of the Special Jury Prize and the Catholic FIlm Office Award at the 1964 Venice Film Festival.
  • Released in United States 1990
  • Released in United States 1991
  • Released in United States August 20, 1990
  • Released in United States July 2000
  • Released in United States Winter February 17, 1966
  • Shown at "Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet" at Museum of Modern Art in New York City April 27-May 29, 1990.
  • Shown at "Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet" at UCLA Film and Television Archive September 27 - December 20, 1991.
  • Shown at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival July 5-15, 2000.
  • Shown at Lincoln Center, New York City in the series "A Roman Holiday" August 20, 1990.
  • The word "Saint" was inserted into the English title against Pasolini's wishes. The dedication to Pope John XXIII was also shortened in English.
  • Re-released in Paris April 4, 1990.
  • Released in United States 1990 (Shown at "Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet" at Museum of Modern Art in New York City April 27-May 29, 1990.)
  • Released in United States Winter February 17, 1966
  • Released in United States July 2000 (Shown at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival July 5-15, 2000.)
  • Released in United States August 20, 1990 (Shown at Lincoln Center, New York City in the series "A Roman Holiday" August 20, 1990.)
  • Released in United States 1991 (Shown at "Pier Paolo Pasolini: The Eyes of a Poet" at UCLA Film and Television Archive September 27 - December 20, 1991.)