BAMPFA returns to the centennial tribute to Federico Fellini that was underway at the time of the COVID-19 closure in March 2020.
Federico Fellini (1920–1993) was a masterful artist of memory, dreams, fantasy, and desire. A central figure in the international art cinema movement that took off in the mid-1950s, he earned some of film’s highest honors, winning Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film for La strada, Nights of Cabiria, 8 1/2, and Amarcord, and the Palme d’Or at Cannes for La dolce vita. A hundred years after his birth, Fellini’s films still enthrall with their baroque flamboyance, emotional resonance, and grand visual design.
With the support of the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco.
Where is BAMPFA: 2155 Center Street Berkeley, CA
|Nights of Cabiria||Friday, March 25 7 PM|
Friday, May 6 7 PM
|La dolce vita||Saturday, March 12 7 PM|
Friday, April 1 7 PM
|Juliet of the Spirits||Sunday, April 3 4 PM|
|The White Sheik||Friday, March 4 7 PM|
Friday, April 8 6:30 PM
|The Clowns||Sunday, April 10 4:30 PM|
|8 1/2||Saturday, March 19 7 PM|
Friday, April 15 7 PM
|Amarcord||Saturday, April 16 7 PM|
Thursday, May 12 7 PM
|Fellini Satyricon||Wednesday, May 4 7 PM|
|Fellini’s Roma||Sunday, May 8 4 PM|
|Fellini’s Casanova||Friday, May 13 7 PM|
|Ginger and Fred||Saturday, May 14 7 PM|