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Fellini

Federico . 1920--93, Italian film director. His films include La Dolce Vita (1959), 81/2 (1963), Satyricon (1969), and Intervista (1987)
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See in particular the somewhat jocular but heartfelt tribute by Gianfranco Angelucci, good friend of both Federico Fellini and Peter, in which he recounts how Fellini introduced Peter to him, "La scomparsa di Peter Bondanella" (1943-2017) (https://www.
Stubbs is not out to construct filmmaker Fellini as a Great Man, he says, but to consider his films as a distinct genre, the same way scholars consider Hitchcock films, Welles films, or Oliver Stone films.
In particular, it aims to show how representations of Rome, stemming from the legacies of Pasolini and Fellini, often intersect 'apocalyptic' discourses (in Eco's sense) on Italian society, politics, and culture, in which the portrayal of Rome can be variously used as a synecdoche for an overall diagnosis of Italy's (apparently incessant) 'decadence,' or, conversely, as a site of implicit subversion, through a depiction of marginalized areas and communities.
This is from a drawing by Fellini, sketching out a scene from his 1974 "Amarcord.
Fellini Gallery was founded in 2008 in Shanghai, China, by a film producer and art lover, inspired by the works of the legendary Italian film director Federico Fellini.
El largometraje mexicano de ficcion Sonando con Tulum (Dreaming about Tulum), dirigido por Tiahoga Ruge y basado en el viaje que realizo el celebre cineasta italiano Federico Fellini a Mexico en octubre de 1985 junto con el antropologo y escritor Carlos Castaneda (quien abandono al realizador a la mitad del camino), se proyecta por primera vez en el Festival Internacional de Cine de Moscu, abierto el jueves 23.
The evening at Upperthong will include film from Fellini and Warhol.
Rimini is proud of its most famous son, the late film director Federico Fellini, and there are reminders of him everywhere.
The exhibition, which has arrived in Cardiff's Strada restaurant, showcases espresso cups featuring designs by the likes of film directors Francis Ford Coppola, Federico Fellini and Pedro Almdovar, and musician David Byrne.
The show, which has arrived in Cardiff's Strada restaurant, showcases porcelain with designs by the likes of film directors Francis Ford Coppola, Federico Fellini and Pedro Almdovar, and musician David Byrne.
THE ONLY person who could have successfully reinterpreted Federico Fellini was, perhaps, Fellini himself.
In Lo sceicco bianco (The White Sheik, 1951), Fellini proves to be ahead of his time in immediately grasping the impact of a growing media culture and the effects of fotoromanzi (comic-strip photographic novels) on young women like Wanda, the film's protagonist.