In conjunction with the exhibition devoted to Caravaggio, the Museum has organised a film cycle on Saturdays in July and August. Among the titles in the programme are various films on the artist himself, such as Derek Jarman’s of 1986, and others in which the lighting or subject matter can be associated with Caravaggio’s tenebrist style, such as Faust (1926) by F. W. Murnau, Dies Irae (1943) by Carl Theodor Dreyer, Mamma Roma (1962) by Pier Paolo Pasolini, and The Conformist (1970) by Bernardo Bertolucci.

Films will be shown on Saturdays at 7.30pm in the Museum’s Auditorium in the original version with subtitles. Tickets (maximum two per person) can be collected on the day of the session from 6pm at the Information Desk. Friends of the Museum: tickets can be collected at the Friend’s Desk on the day of the film showing between 10am and 6pm.