[fuh-lee-nee; Italian fel-lee-nee]
- Fe·de·ri·co [Italian fe-de-ree-kaw] /Italian ˌfɛ dɛˈri kɔ/, 1920–1993, Italian film director and writer.
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Examples from the Web for fellini
Fellini had actual press photographers on set to leak tidbits to keep the sensationalism around the film alive.Exposed: Paparazzi vs. the Stars Over the Past 50 Years
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But the author preferred Fellini double bills and moved to San Francisco in 1971.Armistead Maupin Bids Farewell to 'Tales'
February 2, 2014
Many say that The Great Beauty is the new Fellini, with its handsome surrealism, baroque expressions, and casual opulence.
What The Great Beauty and Fellini share is the Roman light—3,000 years of viscous sun.
As I recall, his favorite movies were Fargo and Fellini's The Nights of Cabiria.Ed Koch
February 1, 2013
"Send to Mr. Fellini's office, at once," ordered the judge impatiently.Mortmain
Arthur Cheny Train
- 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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