One century ago, Federico Fellini was born. Between then and his death in 1993, he made some of the most notable movies in film history.
Next week, the legendary Italian filmmaker’s life and works will be celebrated with a multitude of activities from film screenings to a lithograph exhibition at an upcoming 10-day film festival in Bangkok.
When the sixth edition of Italian Film Festival returns to Bangkok next week, it will be on a bigger scale to pay tribute to Fellini, one of the most iconic Italian filmmakers of the 20th century. On display will be lithographs by his spiritual American grandchild, David Lynch, creator of Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks and Eraserhead.
The program will show four Fellini works: surreal dramedy 8 ½, Palme d’Or-winning La Dolce Vita, his first color film Juliet of the Spirits and Intervista, a pseudo-documentary on the filmmaker…