Author(s): Manoah Bowman
"Fellini: The Sixties" is an awe-inspiring, photo-filled homage to the signature work of Italy's most celebrated filmmaker, Federico Fellini.Style, beauty, passion, vision. All of these words describe the films of one of the most important filmmakers the world has ever known--Federico Fellini. Fifty years since their initial release, his films of the 1960s still inspire, shock, and delight. Their impeccable style makes them timeless. Their beauty makes them unforgettable. Their passion makes them feel alive. And their singular vision makes them unique in all of cinema.For the first time, carefully selected imagery from all of Fellini's films of the 1960s will be showcased. This was the director's most iconic and representative decade, a time in which he made classics such as "8 1/2, La Dolce Vita, Juliet of the Spirits," and "Satyricon." Filled with hundreds of never-before-seen or published photographs--and featuring an extensive interview with "La Dolce Vita" star Anita Ekberg, "Fellini: The Sixties" is a remarkable compendium of a legendary filmmaker's greatest work.
Manoah Bowman is a photography preservationist and editor. His photo archive of more than a million unique images details the history of cinema and Hollywood. He has contributed material to many publications, movie studios, and museums, including Eastman House, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Paramount, Universal, United Artists, and Disney. His work as a photo editor includes the books "Chaplin: Genius of the Cinema" and "Buster Keaton Remembered." He resides in Los Angeles, CA.