Fellini road. Dreams, Settles, Graphs, Images and Modernity of Cinema
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"Fellini's Road" examines the cinema of the great director of Rimini as a complex creative entity and a work of images and sounds still full of surprises. The long career of him, from neorealism to the postmodern thresholds of the end of the twentieth century, demonstrates the plurime faces of an audiovisual and narrative system (and also a form of thought) at the same time popular, commercial and experimental. The essays (of Italian and Spanish scholars) that make up this book penetrate the roots of the imagery of Fellini: the legacy of the Baroque theater and the trompe l'oeil, the omnipresence of American and Italian comics, the construction of desire, the Persistence of the Greek-Roman classics and the sound of the new Dante Stil; The universe of dreams and the network between the author's personal history and design of the various films; The multiple creativity of Fellini as a designer and filmmaker, the advertisements of him, the relationship-even personal-with artists and poets (Pasolini, Zanzotto).