Film Critic Murtaza Ali Khan discusses Federico Fellini and his impact on Indian cinema with Italian media critic Nico Psaltidis

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In order to mark the centenary celebrations of the great Italian master filmmaker Federico Fellini, numerous activities had been planned all around the world. Unfortunately, most of them had to be cancelled because of COVID-19.  

However, the Italian Cultural Institute, New Delhi found a unique way of celebrating the great master with a conversation about him and his impact on Indian cinema between Italian media scholar Nico Psaltidis and Indian critic Murtaza Ali Khan

Federico Fellini was born in Rimini one hundred years ago on 20th January, 1920. He went on to become one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of world cinema. During a career that spanned forty years, he won four Oscars for the films La strada, The Nights of Cabiria and Amarcord, and one for lifetime achievement. He also won a Palme d’Or for the film La Dolce Vita and a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. 

The full discussion can be watched on the YouTube channel of Istituto Italiano di Cultura New Delhi.

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