Federico Fellini, Art Director (1920-1993)
(Rimini 1920 - Rome 1993). He was the undisputed genius of international cinema but began his extraordinary artistic career as a cartoon illustrator, a gagman and screenwriter.
He directed great masterpieces like "Otto e 1/2" and 'epoch-making' films like "La dolce vita". His films, which are not linked to traditional narrative structures, draw inspiration from the places where he lived: Rimini (in "I vitelloni" and "Amarcord") and Rome. Fellini won Oscars for his films "La Strada", "Le notti di Cabiria", "Otto e 1/2" and "Amarcord" and just a few months before dying, in spring 1993, he won his fifth Oscar for his career.