Part of Recovered Treasures: Great Films from World Archives
Saturday, January 29, 2011, 4:15 p.m.

This screening replaces Fellini’s Roma which was cancelled due to a customs delay in Europe. Print courtesy of Corinth Films

Dir. Federico Fellini. 1963, 138 mins.

With Marcello Mastroianni. Fellini’s greatest film, , is a carnivalesque portrait of a movie director that moves between the frenzy of real life on a movie seat and the director’s dream life. Marcello Mastroianni perfectly captures the bemused wonder of the film director, creating an indelible portrait of the artist as ringleader. A lavish fantasia rooted in personal experience, this is the fullest expression of Fellini's desire to fuse realism and poetry.

Free with museum admission. 

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