Italian Film Director, Screenwriter. His film career lasted almost 50 years. He is universally known as an icon of world cinema. After debuting in the entertainment world as a journalist, and radiophonic screenwriter, in 1941 he collaborated on the screenwrite of the first films of Italian neorealism, including "Campo dei Fiori" and "Roma città aperta". His debut as a film director occurred in 1950, when he directed some films with Roberto Rossellini, Michelangelo Antonioni and Alberto Lattuada. In later years he has directed many films that have become Cult Movie, including notably "La dolce vita", "I Vitelloni", "Amarcord", "La Strada", "Casanova" and "La Città delle donne". He has received prestigious awards, including 4 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and 1 Academy Honorary Award.Italian film director.
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