spaghetti Western

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a low-budget Western movie produced by a European (especially an Italian) film company

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The Spaghetti Western Festival takes place at Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard from February 7-9.
A WEST Wales town has beaten off competition from Rome and Texas to host the UK's first film festival dedicated to spaghetti westerns.
The 22-minute movie was shot on location in Almera - the main location for all the great spaghetti westerns.
The 22-minute Western is set in the American West in the Civil War era and was shot on location in Almera in Spain - the main location for all the great spaghetti westerns.
The volume recounts Leone's early life and work as a cinematographer and assistant director on famous films of the 1940s and 1950s such as de Sica's Bicycle Thief and historical epics such as Ben Hur, and discusses in depth his development of the Spaghetti Western style in the Italian film community of the 1960s.
The Spaghetti Western Orchestra arrives in town next month armed with more than 100 instruments and a fistful of spaghetti western classics.
Mr Harrison added: "That man said it was like a scene in a Spaghetti Western.
Benn, and directed by Jakob Montrasio, pays homage to the violent and gritty Spaghetti Western genre while adding an Asian twist.
And the band headed to Almeria in Spain last week to record the video for their next single Take Another Ride in the region where Sergio Leone filmed spaghetti western A Fistful Of Dollars and other classics in the genre.
Musical students at Honley High School will turn a festival into a spaghetti western after reaching the finals of the National Festival of Music for Youth.
00pm) With singers Calvin Harris and Andy Williams, Echo & the Bunnymen, Ayrshire rockers Biffy Clyro, instrumental group Spaghetti Western Orchestra and songwriter Diana Jones.
Add the haunting musical theme that accompanies the avenging Charles Bronson and a top-notch performance by a grizzled Jason Robards and you have a spaghetti western that is nigh-on perfect.
Reynolds only agreed to take the role because he mistakenly thought the film was to be directed by Sergio Leone, master of the spaghetti western.
This man, necessarily, is waiting, and this waiting suggests a stretch of time peculiar to both the Spaghetti Western and the novel.
Marco Muller, in his third year as the festival's artistic director, is currently working his way through 1,600 films vying for one of the 55 available screening lots, and is also setting up plans to spotlight a classic genre: the Spaghetti Western.