Federico Fellini will always be remembered as one of cinema's greatest masters, both in Italy and abroad. Four of his films La Strada, Nights of Cabiria, 8½ and Amacord - won Oscars for foreign-language film, and in 1993 he also received an honorary Oscar "in recognition of his cinematic accomplishments that have thrilled and entertained worldwide audiences".
For those who loved his style there is now a new book available titled "Fellini: The Sixties", written by Manoah Bowman for Running Press. Beyond analyzing his production in the Sixties, Bowman's piece features dozens of photographs that have never been published before. This is definitely a must have for Fellini's fans, lovers and aficionados.
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