1989. Studio Vista. First. Hard Cover. Book-VG+. Dj-VG. 14x10.5. 184pp. Colour frontis, profuse colour & b/w photos & illus. The Cinecitta film studios in Rome were opened in 1936 by Mussolini, but it was not until the post-war renaissance of the Italian cinema that the Hollywood of Italy became a world force in film-making. No director is more closely associated with the studios than Federico Fellini, and here he takes us on a fascinating journey around his beloved Cinecitta.
REVIEW COPY WITH PUBLICITY SHEET LAID IN. A superb pictorial on the famous Cinecitta Studios in Rome with text and commentary by Fellini, whose association with the studio was long and deep lasting over 40 years. Illustrated with 115 b&w photos and 75 pages in full color. Includes a filmography of all the films that were made there over its long history. Fine/fine. Laid in is. a nice small poster for 8 1/2 the 50th anniversary event.
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