Films byTexts by Federico Fellini
Federico Fellini, 1972, 117’

This urban fantasia interweaves recollections of the director’s young adulthood in the era of Mussolini with an impressionistic portrait of contemporary Rome, where he and his film crew are gathering footage of the bustling cityscape.


The Clowns
Federico Fellini, 1970, 92’

By observing and talking to current and former practitioners of the profession, Fellini and a comically clumsy film crew investigate the director’s childhood obsession: the circus clown.


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Last week, Hungary’s parliament passed a bill for the supposed protection of minors against the “promotion of homosexuality”. Following these worrying reports of censorship, Sabzian would like to highlight some important films where homosexual or queer relationships take centre stage.

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Waarom is Federico Fellini’s La dolce vita (1960) zo veel beter en strenger dan La grande bellezza (2013) van Paolo Sorrentino?