Tag Archives: Federico Fellini

Barilla’s Family Values

Last night Antonella and I went on a bit of a YouTube tear through Barilla pasta commericals, of all things. Barilla commericals in 1980s Italy are a tremendous source of nostalgia for many an Italain of a particular generation. Their entire … Continue reading

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“Listen Terencino” —Fellini as Maniac

Anto watched a documentary on RAI recently titled Fellini: I’m a Big Liar, which has a series of interviews of people sharing tales about the great Federico Fellini, and what a maniac he was. And no story captures this better … Continue reading

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Andrei Tarkovsky Talks about his favorite Directors

I love this video of Tarkovsky in his living room talking about his favorite directors. He seems so tortured and real at the same time, what a nut. I also love his analysis of Antonioni’s vision of “action” in his … Continue reading

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