ICE-Vision: I Vitelloni (Federico Fellini, 1953)
Thursday, January 27 at 8 PM
Lamar Dodd School of Art Room S150
Film Studies major Will Stephenson continues ICE’s informal weekly series, selecting a variety of world cinema classics and subcultural curiosities.
“Ernest Hemingway once remarked that all of American literature came out of ”Huckleberry Finn.” With only slightly greater exaggeration, it could be said that much of American cinema, at least in the last 30 years or so, comes out of ”I Vitelloni” . . . It shows all of Fellini’s unrivaled virtues — his lyrical sense of place, his abiding affection for even the most hapless of his characters, his effortless knack for limpid, bustling composition — and very few of his putative vices.” -The New York Times