Federico Fellini


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Italian filmmaker (1920-1993)

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con Ginger e Fred (1985) di Federico Fellini, Nuovo cinema Paradiso (1988) di Giuseppe Tornatore, Ladri di saponette (1989) di Maurizio Nichetti, e Tano da morire (1997) di Roberta Torre, l'autrice tratta non soltanto l'importanza estetica di questi film ma l'ansia postmoderna dell'artista consapevole del tramonto del proprio mezzo espressivo.
Interviewer Charlotte Chandler had just such a lucky encounter with director Federico Fellini, and she shares the experience in the pages of I, Fellini (Random House, 419 pp.
The priests are pictured as four virgins in the films of Federico Fellini.
Kevin used to say that his relationship with Francesco was like the relationship that Federico Fellini had with Marcello Mastroianni.
London, Apr 12 (ANI): Scholar Germaine Greer has for the first time confessed that she had a brief affair with Federico Fellini, the married film director.
Next Wednesday, the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik will screen the film, "Le notti di Cabiria," from the well-known director Federico Fellini, as part of a retrospective on the last 50 years of Italian cinema.
The films of Federico Fellini and Charlie Chaplin, pictured, inspire Take The Space's Dolce Vita, while Jiggery Pokery - directed by Paul Hunter who has worked at the Young Vic and RSC - provides a provocative and funny, as well as moving, look at the life of British comedy actor Charles Hawtrey.
DIVA's Great Film Director Seminar will celebrate the works of Federico Fellini from 1 p.
But it has culture too thanks to its Roman ruins and amphitheatre and it is also the birthplace of film director Federico Fellini.
IT was about now that I was asked to go see the great film director, Federico Fellini, in Rome.
THE great film director Federico Fellini invited me to audition for a part with the instruction: "Pretend you are something interesting.
5) See Federico Fellini, Quattro film (Turin: Einaudi, 1974) 324-25.
Con la morte di Federico Fellini (gennaio del 1994), regista che nel mondo era la firma di un periodo d'oro del cinema italiano, in cui i grandi cineasti nazionali riuscivano a portare nei loro film il senso di una intera nazione sfruttando al meglio il linguaggio cinematografico, alcuni critici hanno visto non soltanto la scomparsa di un "Maestro" ma con essa la conclusione di un'epoca, se non addirittura la fine virtuale del cinema nazionale italiano.
Boss Gilles Jacob illustrated his Cannes Film Festival with an apt drawing of the late actress Giulietta Masina looking in solitude at the sea, as if she were waiting for her husband, the late Federico Fellini.
Federico Fellini, who characterized reality as a circus, should be our guide in this matter.