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With the support of Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union Plus.
In this video essay we look at Federico Fellini's stylish cinematic landmark La Dolce Vita, a film that, to quote Martin Scorsese, "conquered the universe". We discuss it in relation to the Italian Neo-Realist movement (Rome Open City, Bicycle Thieves) that came before, and the Fellini films that came after, like 8½, and Amarcord.
Written, edited and narrated by Leigh Singer - http://www.leighsinger.com
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