Federico Fellini
Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg) by Federico Fellini
Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg)
Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg)
1960 / 2010

Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg)

Classics
Classics
Classics
Mounted under acrylic glass - Lumasec
36 x 32 cm (External dimensions)
Article number: EVE139

€ 98,00

Share on

VAT included | Additional shipping cost: € 13
Article number: EVE138

€ 219,00

Share on

VAT included | Additional shipping cost: € 13
Article number: EVE137

€ 279,00

Share on

VAT included | Additional shipping cost: € 13

Federico Fellini

Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg)

Classics
1960 / 2010
Sylvia II (Anita Ekberg) by Federico Fellini
€ 98,00
€ 98,00
€ 98,00
20 x 16 cm

Photo mount frame Hamburg, profile width: 20 mm

Canadian Maple, Brown

€ 98,00
40 x 31 cm

Photo mount frame Hamburg, profile width: 20 mm

Canadian Maple, Brown

€ 219,00
60 x 47 cm

Mounted under acrylic glass, depth 2 mm glossy

Frameless

€ 279,00
Share on
VAT included | Additional shipping cost: € 13

More works by Federico Fellini

Background Information about Federico Fellini

ABOUT THE MOVIE

Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni) is a young playboy journalist who spends his days between celebrities and rich people, seeking for ephemeral joy in parties and sex. When a famous film star, Sylvia (Anita Ekberg) comes to Rome, he does everything he can to meet her, and when he does, he is totally charmed by her.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Movie: LA DOLCE VITA

Country: Italy, France

Year: 1960
Running time: 174 minutes

Directed by: Federico Fellini

Written by: Federico Fellini, Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli
Cinematography: Otello Martelli

Starring: Marcello Mastroianni (Marcello Rubini), Anita Ekberg (Sylvia), Anouk Aimée (Maddalena), Yvonne Furneaux (Emma), Magali Noël (Fanny), Alain Cuny (Steiner), Walter Santesso (Paparazzo), Lex Barker (Robert)

- The character of Paparazzo, the news photographer (played by Walter Santesso) who works with Marcello, is the origin of the word paparazzi used in many languages to describe intrusive photographers.

- It was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning one for Best Costume Design: Black-and-White. La Dolce Vita also earned the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival.