The unmissable films and great phrases of Federico Fellini, 102 years after his birth
On January 20, 1920, Federico Fellini was born in Rimini, Italy. He was a film director and screenwriter, winner of four Oscars for best foreign film.
He had a difficult childhood in which he ran away from home at age eight, joining a circus. Since he was a child he had a great interest in the artistic, a universe where he incorporated Charles Chaplin as a reference.
in his youth worked as an illustrator and scriptwriter for television series. He began shooting movies in the 1940s, associated with actors like Marcelo Mastroianni and Giulietta Masina.
His unique artistic personality was gaining relevance thanks to his aesthetics and provocative themes. In his feature films he portrays the customs and problems that Italian society was facing. He died on October 31, 1993 in Rome. That same year he was awarded an honorary Oscar for his career.
Fellini’s unmissable films
Fellini’s best phrases