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Nights Of Cabiria 4k Trailer
Federico Fellini's NIGHTS OF CABIRIA opens Friday, April 17 at Film Forum https://filmforum.org/film/federico-fellinis-nights-of-cabiria NEW 4K RESTORATION NEW TRANSLATION & SUBTITLES WINNER: BEST ACTRESS, 1957 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL WINNER: BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM, 1957 ACADEMY AWARDS® Streetwalker “Cabiria,” a seemingly tough cookie, is hypnotized at a bottom-of-the-barrel variety show by a third-rate magician, and what pours out … the innocent dreams of adolescence. Fellini’s showcase role for wife Giulietta Masina—inspired by her character’s brief appearance in his solo debut feature The White Sheik—is structured as a series of episodes (“each apparent irrelevance falls into place” – Pauline Kael): robbed of her purse and dumped into the river by a boyfriend, she responds with earthy scorn (the authentic Roman epithets courtesy Pier Paolo Pasolini) by throwing his things into a bonfire; a famous movie star (played by actual Italian screen heartthrob Amedeo Nazzari) takes Masina off to his luxurious villa; her encounter with a man with a sack, who delivers good to the homeless (a 7-minute scene cut by producer Dino de Laurentiis and not seen until it was put back by Rialto Pictures in 1998); a tear-drenched pilgrimage to a religious shrine undertaken with the hookers, pimps, and cripples that make up her world; and her romance with an understanding accountant (French star François Périer, the club owner in Melville’s Le Cercle Rouge) — but there’s a final devastating disillusion, followed by a resurgence that may be the most mysteriously magical shot in all of Fellini’s work. Winner of the Academy Award® for Best Foreign Film. 4K restoration by TF1 Studio in partnership with Studiocanal and with the support of the CNC. Restored at L’immagine Ritrovata Laboratory, Bologna. A RIALTO PICTURES RELEASE
"Rimini" performed by Simona Rodano with lyrics by Vinnie Favale. Turn on CC for lyrics.
Celebrating Federico Fellini's 100th birthday with this special compilation of clips from some of his films specially scored by "Rimini", performed by Simona Rodano based on Nino Rota's arrangement of "Siboney" from Amarcord with special lyrics by Vinnie Favale. January 20, 2020 would have been Federico Fellini’s 100th birthday, so Incanto Productions & Favale Media are using the milestone to launch a yearlong tribute to the legendary film director called “Fellini Cent’anni”. The tribute kicks off on Monday with the debut of a new website, www.fellini2020.com, along with the digital music and video release of "Siboney" from Amarcord, performed by Simona Rodano with a new lyric by Vinnie Favale titled “Rimini”, a tribute to Fellini’s hometown. Simona and Favale will be releasing monthly music releases and tribute videos throughout the year as well as producing concerts, special screenings, and art shows to celebrate the life of Il Maestro. Favale and Rodano have long shared a passion for Fellini’s films and the music of Nino Rota [and in later years Luis Enríquez Bacalov, Gianfranco Plenizio and Nicola Piovani] that played such an important part of Fellini’s work. “Fellini’s influence on film, music, fashion and pop culture cannot be overstated…in my opinion he is the Beatles of cinema.” says Favale. “As someone who was born and raised in Italy, Fellini’s presence in my life was cemented at an early age. His movies and music have influenced my own work in a powerful way.” says Rodano. Federico Fellini was born in Rimini, Italy on January 20th, 1920. His early years in Rimini were a big influence on his films, notably “I Vitelloni” and “Amarcord”. Fellini won five Oscars, and two of his films [“La Dolce Vita” and “8 ½”] regularly make critics’ lists of the greatest films of all time. Contact Info: Vinnie Favale email@example.com 917-513-5000 www.fellini2020.com Simona Rodano is the founder of Incanto Productions, Corp. which specializes in multicultural and multilanguage productions for schools and families. It is dedicated to the improvement and expansion of teaching and learning languages at all levels of instruction through music and theatre. For more information go to www.incantoproductions.com. Vinnie Favale is the founder of Favale Media which specializes in Live Events, Films, Musical Theater, Scripted & Unscripted Programs. Favale is a veteran of CBS, David Letterman, The Howard Stern Show and a founder of Comedy Central. He is the co-creator of the internationally acclaimed off-Broadway show, Hereafter Musical. The film version, starring the late Danny Aiello in his final film role, will be released in 2020. For more information go to www.vinniefavale.com. "Rimini" In my dreams I can see all the people I’ve left behind me In my dreams I remember the things I already know Though it seems That the further I go You know where to find me Your light beams And it beckons me To your welcoming shore How you haunt me And you taunt me Through the years Like Pagliacci I keep laughing Through the tears Memories Of our childhood together Still remain with me Rimini What’s become of that boy Who followed the clown? Rimini There will soon come a day When I will return to you Wait for me There’s a place in my heart That I hold just for you Train is coming No more running On my own In the movies You will find me I am home
New trailer for Fellini's La dolce vita - back in cinemas 3 January 2020 | BFI
The new trailer for Federico Fellini's game-changing world cinema classic, back in cinemas from 3 January to celebrate the director's centenary https://www.bfi.org.uk/whats-on/bfi-film-releases/la-dolce-vita Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI An era-defining fresco of life among the glitterati in early 1960s Rome. Casting a typically critical eye over the world of celebrity, Fellini’s epic La Dolce Vita stands as a towering achievement of 1960s cinema. The episodic narrative follows jaded journalist Marcello Rubini (Mastroianni) as he moves across the Eternal City uncovering gossip on movie stars and other VIPs. The film famously spawned the term ‘paparazzo’ which came to describe a certain type of relentless celebrity photographer. Watch more on BFI Player: http://player.bfi.org.uk/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BritishFilmInstitute Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/britishfilminstitute/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BFI