Federico FelliniFederico Fellini, (; 20 January 1920 – 31 October 1993) was an Italian film director and screenwriter known for his distinctive style, which blends fantasy and baroque images with earthiness. He is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers of all time. His films have ranked highly in critical polls such as that of ''Cahiers du cinéma'' and ''Sight & Sound'', which lists his 1963 film '''' as the 10th-greatest film.
For ''La Dolce Vita'' Fellini won the Palme d'Or; additionally, he was nominated for twelve Academy Awards, and won four in the category of Best Foreign Language Film, the most for any director in the history of the Academy. He received an honorary award for Lifetime Achievement at the 65th Academy Awards in Los Angeles. His other well-known films include ''La Strada'' (1954), ''Nights of Cabiria'' (1957), ''Juliet of the Spirits'' (1967), the "Toby Dammit" segment of ''Spirits of the Dead'' (1968), ''Fellini Satyricon'' (1969), ''Roma'' (1972), ''Amarcord'' (1973), and ''Fellini's Casanova'' (1976). Fellini was ranked 2nd in the directors' poll and 7th in the critics' poll in Sight & Sound's 2002 list of the greatest directors of all time. Provided by Wikipedia
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