Paris, Jeu de Paume

One of the most important cinematographers in the history of the media, Federico Fellini has indelibly defined Italian film, as well as the aesthetics and allure of modern Italy at large.

This exhibition, curated by Sam Stourdzé, is within the context of the larger event “Tutto Fellini!” that is an extensive retrospective of his work, in collaboration with La Cinémathèque Française (which will host viewings of Fellini films and round-table discussions until December 20th) and the Italian Cultural Institute of Paris.

His films, including some of his more famous titles such as La Dolce Vita (1960) and 8 ½ (1963), are explored through a mixture of images that inspired Fellini, images he created himself, film stills, drawings, film edits and archives of his various collaborations over the course of his career. This is a true dialogue between photography and film, and the fixed and moving image.


October 20th through January 17th, 2010
1 place de la Concorde
75008 Paris
T. +33 (0)1 47 03 12 50
http://www.jeudepaume.org/?page=article&idArt=830&lieu=1&idImg=1060
http://www.cinematheque.fr/