Tribute to Federico Fellini at Yugoslav Film Archive

The Giants of World Cinema cycle at the Yugoslav Film Archive (Kinoteka), which starts today and will last until April 18, is dedicated to one of the greatest filmmakers of all time – the Italian director and screenwriter Federico Fellini (1920-1993).

Two significant anniversaries are associated with one of the most significant filmmakers ever – three decades since his death and half a century since he directed his iconic film “Amarcord”.

A former clown and comic book writer Federico Fellini embarked on his film journey thanks to his collaboration with Roberto Rossellini. Although he was strongly influenced by neorealism, he soon sought an independent creative path and offered something new and different to the film world.

In the next eight days, the audience will be able to see 12 Fellini’s films -“The Young Bucks” (I Vitelloni), “The Street” (La Strada), “The Swindle” (Il Bidone), “Nights of Cabiria” (La Notti di Cabiria), “Boccaccio 70”,”La Dolce Vita”, “Juliet of the Spirits” (Giulietta degli Spiriti), “8 ½”, “Amarcord”, “Satyricon”, “City of Women” (La città delle donne) and “Fellini’s Casanova”.

(Večernje Novosti, 10.04.2023)

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