Ringmaster of dreams Step into Fellini's world
Forever a circus ringleader at heart, Federico Fellini (1920–1993) is remembered as one of cinema’s greatest storytellers. From bittersweet, heart-wrenching tales (La Strada and Nights of Cabiria) to semi-autobiographical classics (La Dolce Vita and the much-imitated 8 1/2) to ambitious period-pieces (Satyricon and Casanova) to dreamlike pseudo-documentaries (The Clowns, Roma, and Intervista), Fellini brought his inner world to the silver screen in a profoundly original and innovative way. Among his many gifts to the world of cinema are the roles he created for his wife, the unforgettable Giulietta Masina.
The editor: Paul Duncan, the author: Chris Wiegand
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