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 (fə-lē′nē, fĕl-), Federico 1920-1993.
Italian filmmaker whose works, including La Dolce Vita (1960) and 8 1/2 (1963), combine social satire with elements of fantasy.


(Italian fɛlˈliːnɪ)
(Biography) Federico (fedeˈriko). 1920–93, Italian film director. His films include La Dolce Vita (1959), 81/2 (1963), Satyricon (1969), and Intervista (1987)


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Federico, 1920–93, Italian filmmaker.
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Then there was final-year student Victoria Barwood's high-drama collection inspired by the films of Italian director Federico Fellini and Annie McKie's men's outer-wear made from a PS20 scout tent bought on eBay.
A selection of restored films from Cineteca di Bologna featuring four of Italy's greatest filmmakers Federico Fellini, Elio Petri, Vittorio De Sica, Sergio Leone and starring Marcello Mastroianni, Sophia Loren, and Clint Eastwood presented free on the LMU campus March 23-25, 2015
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The 21st Century Portuguese Surrealism heads now to the Fellini Gallery, with the support of the Portuguese Embassy in Berlin.
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