LA DOLCE VITA

LA DOLCE VITA

Director

  • FEDERICO FELLINI

Genre

  • CLASSIC
  • DRAMA

Running Time

  • 174 min.

Year of production

  • 1960

Status

  • Completed

Photograpy

  • Black and White

Screening format

  • 4K
  • DCP

HD Available

  • Yes

Synopsis

Seven days (and nights) in the life of Marcello, a tabloid journalist.

His job involves him trying to catch celebrities. He tends to get quite close to his subject. Two such subjects are a local heiress, Maddalena, and a Swedish superstar- actress, Sylvia, both of whom he has affairs with. This is despite being engaged to Emma, a sweet but clingy and insecure, woman.

Despite his extravagant, pleasure-filled lifestyle, he is torn between making something serious of his life or drifting along on a pleasant if empty stream of casual affairs and profitable, but meaningless work.

 

La Dolce Vita gave us the freedom to go ahead and break open cinematic narratives while at the same time creating a spectacle of life, a spectacle of a society, a culture and a satire… He wiped away all his concerns as a filmmaker with story on this picture and changed the world that way – Martin Scorsese


Cast

  • MARCELLO MASTROIANNI
  • ANITA EKBERG
  • ANOUK AIMÉE
  • YVONNE FURNEAUX
  • MAGALI NOËL
  • ALAIN CUNY
  • ANNIBALE NINCHI
  • WALTER SANTESSO
  • VALERIA CIANGOTTINI
  • RICCARDO GARRONE

Cinematography

  • OTELLO MARTELLI

Editing

  • LEO CATTOZZO

Costumes

  • PIERO GHERARDI

Original score

  • NINO ROTA

Art director

  • PIERO GHERARDI

Category

  • Classics
  • Feature Films

Country

  • FRANCE
  • ITALY

Shooting Language

  • ENGLISH
  • FRENCH
  • ITALIAN

Screenplay

  • FEDERICO FELLINI
  • ENNIO FLAIANO
  • TULLIO PINELLI
  • BRUNELLO RONDI

Producer

  • Angelo Rizzoli
  • Giuseppe Amato

Production Company

  • Riama Film
  • Cinecittà
  • Pathé Consortium Cinéma

Festival and Awards

  • Academy Awards, USA 1962 - Oscar: Best Costume Design
  • Nominated for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Director, Best Writing
  • Cannes Film Festival 1960: Palme d'Or
  • BAFTA Awards 1961: Nominated for Best Film from any Source (Federico Fellini)
  • David di Donatello Awards 1960: Best Director
  • Grammy Awards 1962: Nominated for Best Soundtrack Album or Recording or Score from Motion Picture or Television
  • Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalist 1961: Best Actor Marcello Mastroianni, Best Original Story
  • Nominated for Best Director, Best Producer, Best Score, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor (Annibale Ninchi)
  • New York Film Critics Awards 1961: NYFCC Award - Best Foreign Language Film
  • RANKED #9 IN ROGER EBERT’S “THE GREAT MOVIES LIST”

Photograpy

  • Black and White

Screening format

  • 4K
  • DCP

HD Available

  • Yes
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