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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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Fellini's visual evocations of two female figures, a woman's head rising from the lagoon and a scene of the giantess of the Veneto singing a lullaby, are put into poetic form by Zanzotto.
Jevi kitchen From the husband and wife behind the Italian eatery on Linthorpe Road to the pride taken in creating the welcoming environment for all ages, the values at the core of Fellini's have undoubtedly contributed massively to its success.
Debutant director Fellini TP brings Tovino Thomas back to screen with his film Theevandi .
The intensity of Fellini's stream of consciousness turns the book into a sort of personal diary filled with his visions, fears, and idiosyncrasies.
Winner of the Palme d'Or (which had been renamed in 1955) was Fellini's "La Dolce Vita." The festival welcomed its first non-French jury president: Belgium's Georges Simenon.
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 Italian-born restaurateur, who also owned well-known eateries Capaldi's and Fellini's as well as Potto Hall, is also credited with serving up the forerunner of Teesside's most famous dish, the parmo - and was honoured by the Law Society for his contribution to Middlesbrough.
And while guests are enjoying the fare, singer Tony Fellini will be keeping people entertained, singing classic Italian songs, while a magician will perform tricks for the children.
Fellini's Eternal Rome: Paganism and Christianity in the Films of Federico Fellini
Summary: Fellini, whose name became a trademark for filmmaking that blurred fantasy with reality until they became indistinguishable, died of cardiac arrest.
Kicking off in the district of Rio di Cannergio, a water show called 'Lights, Camera, Action', based on a circus theme and inspired by legendary Italian film-maker Federico Fellini, was performed by spectacularly dressed participants on floating structures accompanied by music from Fellini's films.
Abstract: Roma (1972) e tra i film di Fellini di piu ardua fabbrica e di piu controvertibile decifrazione estetica.