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Podcast: Federico Fellini Movie Series

Podcast: Federico Fellini Movie Series

As it’s been with other directors we’ve covered in the past, Federico Fellini is a blindpot that we needed to remedy. He’s often regarded as one of the best filmmakers of all-time and one of the leading voices in post-war Italy. We’ve seen a few of his films, even covered one in our Italian Neorealism Movie Series, but mostly we are desperate to catch up on the classic Fellini films that we haven’t seen yet. For this series, we are going to do our best to cover as many of them as possible and dive right into how these films changed the landscape of cinema. Follow along and we hope you enjoy this series as much as we do.

I Vitelloni, 1953

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 215 as part of our Italian Neorealism Movie Series.

La Strada, 1954

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 368.

Nights of Cabiria, 1957

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 369.

La Dolce Vita, 1960

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 370.

8½, 1963

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 371.

Juliet of the Spirits, 1965

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 372.

Amarcord, 1973

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 373.

City of Women, 1980

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 375.

And the Ship Sails On, 1983

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 376.

We hope you enjoyed this series as we did. Fellini is a very unique director and there may never be another one like him. What a great and fun series this was. Be sure to leave any feedback in the comment section below or hit us up on social media!

Huge movie fanatic and InSession Film founder and owner. I pretend to know a lot about movies, but mostly I'm good at discussing them. My favorite movies include Shawshank Redemption, Warrior, Top Gun and Transformers (fav as a kid!). Follow me on Twitter @RealJDDuran

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