"All my films turn upon this idea—there is an effort to show a world without love, characters full of selfishness, people exploiting one another, and, in the midst of it all, there is always—and especially in the films with Giulietta—a little creature who wants to give love and who lives for love."
Federico Fellini (1920-1993) is revered as one of cinema's best and most innovative storytellers. In an in-depth tribute to his films, this book chronicles his journey from heart-wrenching stories (La Strada and Nights of Cabiria) to ephemeral pseudo-documentaries (The Clowns, Roma and Intervista), as well as a look into the roles he created for his wife, Giulietta Masina. Written by Chris Wiegand, the author of The Pocket Essential French New Wave, and a principal contributor to DeAgostini's Classic Clint Eastwood and Classic Westerns magazine/DVD collections. Edited by Paul Duncan, author of the Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick in the Film Series and editor of 50 film books for TASCHEN, including the award-winning The Ingmar Bergman Archives.