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during of the Fascism were the Avanguardista its first film scripts for the Alleanza Cinematografica Italiana (ACI), a production company of Benito Mussolinis son Vittorio, which presented him to Roberto Rossellini.
After the end of fascism 1944 it opened a business in Rome, in which it sold designs and and.A. its haven advice of De Seta, Verdini, Camerini, Scarpelli, Majorana, Guasta, Giobbe, Attalo, Migneco (writer, directors or other intellectual one, who worked for the Italian cinema) offered. In the same year it began its contribution to the film script for Rossellinis Rome, open city (Roma Città Aperta) with Aldo Fabrizi.
Fellinis film debut as a director was Lo Sceicco Bianco (1951, with Alberto Sordi, book: Michelangelo Antonioni and Ennio Flaiano). With the turning work Fellini met the musician Nino Rota, which accompanied him on its successful further career.
Apart from the public works it wrote also film scripts for radio plays, for films (main for Rossellini) and scenes for well-known actors such as Aldo Fabrizi. Fellini was active also as a caricaturist (above all pencil on paper).
Fellinis Mrs., the actress Giulietta Masina - born to 22. February 1921 - (marriage 1943) played frequently in its films. Other actors, with those Fellini frequentlyworked, were and. A.Marcello Mastroianni - which represented regularly Fellinis age Ego -, Alberto Sordi and Anita Ekberg.
Fellinis and Masinas only son (*1945) lived only 2 weeks.
1948 played Fellini in the episode the miracle (IL miracolo) of Rossellinis film L' Amore.
it received the OSCAR for its life's work to 1993.
Fellinis of films create a combination of memory, dream and Fantasie.
- 1952 - the bitter love and/or. The white sheikh (Lo sceicco bianco)
- 1953 - the Müssiggänger (I vitelloni)
- 1954 - La Strada - the song of the road (La strada) (OSCAR for the best fremdsprachigen film)
- 1955 - the swindlers (IL bidone)
- 1957 - the nights of the Cabiria (Le notti de Cabiria) (OSCAR for the bestfremdsprachigen film)
- 1959 - the sweet life (La dolce vita) (OSCAR for the best costumes)
- 1962 - Boccacio 70
- 1963 - 8 ½ (Otto e mezzo) (Oscars for the best fremdsprachigen film and the best costumes)
- 1965 - Julia and the spirit (Giulietta degli spiriti)
- 1969 - Fellinis Satyricon
- 1970 - the clowns (I clown)
- 1972 - Roma
- 1973 - Amarcord (OSCAR for the best costumes)
- 1976 - Fellinis Casanova (IL casanova di Federico Fellini)
- 1978 - orchestra sample (Prova d'orchestra)
- 1980 - City of the Mrs. (La città depression donne)
- 1984 - ship of the dreams (E la nave va)
- 1986 - Ginger and Fred (Ginger e Fred)
- 1987 - interVista
- 1990 - the voice of the moon (La vocedella luna)
- Charlotte Chandler: I, Fellini (OT: I, Fellini). Herbig, Munich 1995, ISBN 3-7766-1851-5
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|Wikiquote: Federico Fellini - quotations|
| | * Literature of and over Federico Fellini in the catalog of the DDB
- Federico Fellini in the Internet Movie DATA cousin
- Filmographie of Federico Fellini and discussions of its most important films
- “Federico Fellini, film Visionary, Is DEAD RK 73” (NY Time 01.11.1991)
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of Italian film producers and director|
|DATE OF BIRTH||20. January 1920|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Rimini|
|DYING DATE||31. October 1993|