Italy opens Fellini Museum in Rimini

Aug 12, 2021 456

Italy celebrates Federico Fellini by opening a museum in his honour in the north-eastern city of Rimini where the great Italian film director was born in 1920. The Fellini Museum opens on 19 August, via bookings on its website for holders of the covid Green Pass, with free guided tours on the weekend of 20-22 August from 10.00 to midnight.

The museum is spread out over three venues - Castel Sismondo, Piazza Malatesta and Palazzo del Fulgor - each of which will host different initiatives dedicated to the master of Italian neorealism. Fellini, who died in Rome in 1993, remains internationally renowned for his distinctive cinematic style which merged elements of fantasy and baroque.

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