Until the 15th of March, the city of Rimini will host the "Fellini 100 - Immortal Genius" exhibition, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Federico Fellini, one of Italy's most important filmmakers.
Fellini was born on the 20th of January 1920, in Rimini, at Emilia-Romagna, and died on the 31st of October 1993 in Rome.
That year, he won an Honorary Oscar for his lifetime work.
Among his most successful films are "La Dolce Vita," "Eight and a Half," "Amarcord", "Nights of Cabiria" and "La Strada." The exhibition opened on December 14th and, on the first day alone, received over 4,000 visitors.
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