Federico Fellini

Portrait Federico Fellini
Director, Author - Italy
Born January 20, 1920 in Rimini
Died October 31, 1993 in Rome

Mini-Biography:
Federico Fellini was born on January 20, 1920 in Rimini. He was an Italian Director, Author, known for Intervista (1987), C'eravamo tanto amati (1974), Europa 51 (1951), Federico Fellini's first movie on record is from 1939. Federico Fellini died on October 31, 1993 in Rom. His last motion picture on file dates from 1990.

Federico Fellini Filmography [Auszug]
1990: [01.31] La voce della luna (The Voice of the Moon) (Director), with Roberto Benigni, , Nadia Ottaviani,
1987: [/ /1] Federico Fellini's Intervista (Director), with Anita Ekberg, Marcello Mastroianni, Sergio Rubini,
1987: [05.18] Intervista (Director), with Tonino Delli Colli, Antonella Ponziani, Nadia Ottaviani,
1985: [01.13] Ginger e Fred (Ginger and Fred) (Director), with , Marcello Mastroianni, Giulietta Masina,
1983: [10.09] E la nave và (Director), with , Elisa Mainardi, Philip Locke,
1980: [05/19] La città delle donne (Stadt der Frauen) (Director), with Catherine Carrel, , ,
1979: [] Prova d'orchestra (Director), with Balduin Baas, Ronaldo Bonacchi, Clara Colosimo,
1976: [] Casanova (Scenario), with , Tina Aumont, ,
1974: [12.21] C'eravamo tanto amati (Cast: Federico Fellini), Directed by Ettore Scola, with Nino Manfredi, Vittorio Gassman, Stefania Sandrelli,
1973: [] Amarcord (Director), with Nella Gambini, Nando Orfei, ,
1971: [] Roma (Director), with Gore Vidal, Marcello Mastroianni, Stefano Majore,
1970: [] I clowns (Cast), with Anita Ekberg, Riccardo Billi, Liana Orfei,
1969: [/ /1] Satyricon (The Degenerates) (Director), with Gordon Mitchell, Donuale Luna, Tanya Lopert,
1967: [/ /1] Histoires extraordinaires (Director), Directed by Louis Malle, with Brigitte Bardot, Alain Delon, Jane Fonda,
1965: [] Giulietta degli spiriti (Juliet of the Spirits) (Director), with Giorgio Ardisson, Sylva Koscina, Silvana Jachino,
1962: [02.15] Otto e mezzo (8½, Huit et demi, 8 1/2, Osiem i pól) (Director), with Gideon Bachmann, Mino Doro, Alfredo de Lafeld,
1961: [/ /1] Boccaccio '70 - La Tentazione del Dottor Antonio (Kuszenie doktora Antoniego) (Director), Directed by Vittorio De Sica, with Antonio Acqua, Monique Berger, Peppino de Filippo,
1959: [] La Dolce Vita (Slodkie zycie) (Director), with Marcello Mastroianni, Anita Ekberg, Anouk Aimée,
1958: [] Fortunella (Scenario), Directed by Eduardo De Filippo, with Giulietta Masina, Paul Douglas, Alberto Sordi,
1956: [/ /1] Le notti di Cabiria (Noce Cabirii) (Director), with Dorian Gray, Franca Marzi, Giulietta Masina,
1955: [] Il Bidone (Niebiski Ptak) (Director), with Richard Basehart, Broderick Crawford, Franco Fabrizi,
1954: [09.06] La Strada (The Road) (Director), with Valentina Frascaroli, Richard Basehart, Giulietta Masina,
1953: [11.26] L' amore in città (Love in the City) (Director: : Un' agenzia matrimoniale), Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, with , , ,
1953: [/ /1] I Vitelloni (Walkonie) (Director), with Vira Silenti, Leonora Ruffo, Carlo Romano,
1952: [] Il brigante di tacca del Lupo (Scenario), Directed by Pietro Germi, with Cosetta Greco, Amedeo Nazzari, Saro Urzi,
1951: [/ /1] Europa 51 (Europe 51) (Scenario), Directed by Roberto Rossellini, with , Alexander Knox, Mary Joham,
1951: [/ /1] Lo sceicco bianco (Director), with Ernesto Almirante, Leopoldo Trieste, Alberto Sordi,
1951: [] La città si difende (Scenario), Directed by Pietro Germi, with Cosetta Greco, Tamara Lees, Gina Lollobrigida,
1951: [] Cameriera bella presenza offresi (Scenario), Directed by Giorgio Pàstina, with Elsa Merlini, Gino Cervi, Peppino de Filippo,
1950: [12.06] Luci del Varietà (Variety Lights, Lights of Variety) (Scenario), Directed by Alberto Lattuada, with Silvio Bagolini, Carlo Romano, Giulietta Masina,
1950: [/ /1] Francesco, Giullare di Dio (Scenario), Directed by Roberto Rossellini, with Aldo Fabrizi, Arabella Lemaitre, Fra Nazario,
1950: [/ /1] In nome della legge (Au nom de la loi) (Scenario), Directed by Pietro Germi, with Massimo Girotti, Camillo Mastrocinque, Charles Vanel,
1950: [] Il cammino della speranza (Scenario), Directed by Pietro Germi, with Saro Urzi, , Elena Varzi,
1948: [] L' amore (Una voce umana, Il Miracolo, Das Wunder, La voix humaine) (Based on : Il Miracolo), Directed by Roberto Rossellini, with Anna Magnani, Roswita Schmidt,
1948: [] Il mulino del Po (Scenario), Directed by Alberto Lattuada, with Carla Del Poggio, Leda Gloria, Jacques Sernas,
1948: [] Città dolente (Scenario), Directed by Mario Bonnard, with , , Gianni Rizzo,
1947: [] Il delitto di Giovanni Episcopo (Scenario), Directed by Alberto Lattuada, with Aldo Fabrizi, Roldano Lupi, Yvonne Sanson,
1947: [/ /1] Senza pietà (Scenario), Directed by Alberto Lattuada, with Carla Del Poggio, John Kitzmiller, ,
1947: [] Il Passatore (Scenario), Directed by Duilio Coletti, with , Giovanni Grasso, Luigi A. Garrone,
1946: [09.21] Aquila nera (Scenario: (/xx/) ), Directed by Riccardo Freda, with Rossano Brazzi, Irasema Dilián, Gino Cervi,
1946: [/ /1] Paisà (Paisan) (Scenario), Directed by Roberto Rossellini, with , Anthony La Penna, Dots M. Johnson,
1945: [09.27] Roma, città aperta (Rome, Open City) (Scenario), Directed by Roberto Rossellini, with , Marcello Pagliero, Maria Michi,
1945: [08.15] Tutta la città canta (Scenario: (/xx/) ), Directed by Riccardo Freda, with , , ,
1945: [] Chi l'ha visto? (Scenario), Directed by Goffredo Alessandrini, with Valentina Cortese, Virgilio Riento,
1943: [12.23] Apparizione (Scenario), Directed by Jean de Limur, with , Massimo Girotti, Amedeo Nazzari,
1943: [] Campo de' Fiori (Scenario), Directed by Mario Bonnard, with Aldo Fabrizi, Anna Magnani,
1943: [] L' ultima carrozzella (Scenario), Directed by Mario Mattoli, with Anna Magnani, Aldo Fabrizi, Lauro Gazzolo,
1942: [] Avanti c'è posto (Scenario), Directed by Mario Bonnard, with Aldo Fabrizi, Andrea Checchi, Adriana Benetti,
1942: [] Quarta pagina (Scenario), Directed by Domenico Gambino, Nicola Manzari,
1942: [] I Cavalieri del deserto (Scenario), Directed by Gino Talamo, Osvaldo Valenti, with Osvaldo Valenti, Luisa Ferida, Luigi Pavese,
1941: [] Documento Z 3 (Scenario), Directed by Alfredo Guarini,
1940: [] Non me lo dire (Scenario: Gag-Man), Directed by Mario Mattoli, with Erminio Macario,
1940: [] Il Pirata sono io (Scenario: Gag-Man), Directed by Mario Mattoli, with Erminio Macario,
1939: [] Lo vedi come sei (Scenario: Gag-Man), Directed by Mario Mattoli, with Erminio Macario,

Awards [selection]

Golden Globes 1966: Best Foreign Film (Foreign Language) in Giulietta degli spiriti
Oscars 1957: Best Foreign Language Film in La Strada

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