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Angel Quintana, Federico Fellini

Published by Cahiers du Cinema

ISBN 10: 286642607X ISBN 13: 9782866426071

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About this Item: Cahiers du Cinema. Paperback. Condition: new. BRAND NEW, Fellini Federico, Angel Quintana, Federico Fellini, Federico Fellini (Italy, 1920-1993) is a major figure in the history of cinema, who created his own highly personal and baroque cinematic language. He had his first major success in 1954 with La Strada, in which his wife and favourite actress Giulietta Masina plays the unforgettable Gelsomina, an innocent clown who falls prey to the violence of the post-war period. With La Dolce Vita of 1960, Fellini turned his attention to modern life and the scene in which Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg embrace in the Trevi fountain has become a globally-recognized symbol of seduction. Psychoanalysis is a clear influence on 81/2 (1963), in which the character of the film-maker, played by Mastroianni, is a fantasy double of Fellini himself, while Fellini Roma (1972) and Amarcord (1973) are highly personal films, combining caricature, dreams and nostalgia. In the 1980s Fellini made Ginger and Fred (1986) and Intervista (1987), both melancholic reflections on the death of cinema. Through the prism of the director's own desires and obsessions, Fellini's work is universal in scope, dealing with modern humanity in all its contradictions. Seller Inventory # B9782866426071

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Angel Quintana, Federico Fellini

ISBN 10: 286642607X ISBN 13: 9782866426071

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About this Item: Paperback. Condition: New. Not Signed; Federico Fellini (Italy, 1920-1993) is a major figure in the history of cinema, who created his own highly personal and baroque cinematic language. He had his first major success in 1954 with La Strada, in which his wife and favourite actress Giulietta Masina plays the unforgettable Gelsomina, an in. book. Seller Inventory # ria9782866426071_rkm

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Angel Quintana, Federico Fellini

Published by Cahiers du Cinema, France (2011)

ISBN 10: 286642607X ISBN 13: 9782866426071

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About this Item: Cahiers du Cinema, France, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised ed.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Federico Fellini (Italy, 1920-1993) is a major figure in the history of cinema, who created his own highly personal and baroque cinematic language. He had his first major success in 1954 with La Strada, in which his wife and favourite actress Giulietta Masina plays the unforgettable Gelsomina, an innocent clown who falls prey to the violence of the post-war period. With La Dolce Vita of 1960, Fellini turned his attention to modern life and the scene in which Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg embrace in the Trevi fountain has become a globally-recognized symbol of seduction. Psychoanalysis is a clear influence on 81/2 (1963), in which the character of the film-maker, played by Mastroianni, is a fantasy double of Fellini himself, while Fellini Roma (1972) and Amarcord (1973) are highly personal films, combining caricature, dreams and nostalgia. In the 1980s Fellini made Ginger and Fred (1986) and Intervista (1987), both melancholic reflections on the death of cinema. Through the prism of the director s own desires and obsessions, Fellini s work is universal in scope, dealing with modern humanity in all its contradictions. Seller Inventory # AA99782866426071

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