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iz dana u dan sve vise se nerviram kada vidim da glupi hollywoodski filmovi sve vise bacaju u senku evropse filmove..
za razliku od holliwoodskih, evropski filmovi imaju nesto, oni jos uvek predstavljaju film kao umetnost..
kada kazem evropska kinematografija, mislim na Fellinia, Wendersa, Almodovara, Bunuela, Triera, Tarkovskog..
ovo su ljudi o cijim filmovima (pa i o njima samim) vredi pricati..
licno mi je dosta nekih mrak filmova, americkih pita, stalonea, sigala, teen i ostalih horora, dosta mi je gotovo cete hollywoodske produkcije..
film je umetnost, ustvari bio je, sada je veci deo postao nesto sasvim drugo..
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pa, da pocnem..
za pocetak moj omiljeni Federico Fellini..

Date of birth
    20 January 1920
    Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Date of death
    31 October 1993
    Rome, Italy. (heart attack)

Occupation
Director, screenwriter Also: actor

Biography
Italian humanist director Federico Fellini was among the most intensely autobiographical film directors the cinema has known. "If I were to make a film about the life of a soul," said Fellini, "it would end up being about me." Born in Rimini, a resort city on the Adriatic, Fellini was fascinated by the circuses and vaudeville performers that his town attracted. His education in Catholic schools also profoundly affected his later work, which, while critical of the Church, is infused with a strong spiritual dimension. After jobs as a crime reporter and artist specializing in caricature, Fellini began his film career as a gag writer for actor Aldo Fabrizi. In 1943, Fellini met and married actress Giulietta Masina, who appeared in several of his films and whom Fellini called the greatest influence on his work. In 1945, he got his first important break in film, when he was invited to collaborate on the script of OPEN CITY, Roberto Rossellini's seminal work of the neorealist movement. In 1948, Rossellini directed WAYS OF LOVE/L' AMORE, one part of which was based on Fellini's original story "Il Miracolo/ The Miracle" about a peasant woman (Anna Magnani) who thinks that the tramp (played by Fellini) who has impregnated her is St. Joseph and that she is about to give birth to Christ. VARIETY LIGHTS (1950), detailing the intrigues of a group of travelling entertainers, was Fellini's directorial debut, in collaboration with the established Alberto Lattuada. THE WHITE SHEIK (1951) and I VITELLONI (1953) followed; the former was a comedy about a woman's affair with a comic strip hero, the latter a comedy-drama about the aimless lives of a group of young men. Though Fellini's earliest films were clearly in the neorealist tradition, from the start his interest in and sympathy for characters' eccentricities and his penchant for absurdist, sometimes clownish humor, makes them distinguished. Fellini's international breakthrough came with LA STRADA (1954). One of the most memorable and moving films of world cinema, it is the story of an innocent, simple young woman (Masina) who is sold by her family to a brutish strongman in a traveling circus. Because Fellini infused his film with surreal scenes, he was accused of violating the precepts of neorealism. Ultimately, LA STRADA, Fellini's first unquestioned masterpiece, is a poetic and expressive parable of two unlikely souls journeying toward salvation. The film's impact is bolstered immeasurably by Nino Rota's unforgettable music, marking the beginning of a collaboration between the two men that would end only with Rota's death in 1979. A luminous performance by Masina, and the moving Jungian imagery of earth, air, fire and water, are also memorable elements of LA STRADA. After two strong but relatively minor works- THE SWINDLE (1955)/IL BIDONE and NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (1957), the latter providing Masina with a hallmark role as the hapless prostitute-Fellini directed his two most influential masterworks: LA DOLCE VITA (1960) and 81 (1963). LA DOLCE VITA was a three-hour, panoramic view of contemporary Italian society as seen from the perspective of a journalist, played by Fellini's alter ego, actor Marcello Mastroianni. A savage if subtle satire that exposes the worthless hedonism of Italian society, LA DOLCE VITA provides a wealth of unforgettable images, from its opening-a parody of the Ascension as a helicopter transports a suspended statue of Christ over rooftops with sunbathing women in bikinis-to its signature scene of bosomy Anita Ekberg bathing in the Trevi Fountain. The film was a scandalous success, a worldwide box-office hit that was condemned by both the Catholic Church for its casual depiction of suicide and sexual themes and by the Italian government for its scathing criticism of Italy. Celebrated as a brilliant social critic, Fellini now found himself under careful scrutiny by the international community, which anxiously awaited his next film. 81 (1963) represented a brilliant gamble: as a filmmaker who did not know what film to make next, Fellini decided to make a film about an internationally acclaimed director who does not know what film to make next, thus confronting his personal confusions head-on; Mastroianni played the director's alter ego. Having directed six features, co-directed another (counting as one half) and helmed episodes of two anthology films (each one also counting for a half), one of which was BOCCACCIO '70 (1962), Fellini realized he had made 71 films and hence chose 81 for his most reflexive film. For the first time, surreal dream imagery clearly dominated, with no clear demarcation between fantasy and reality in this groundbreaking and exceptionally influential film. Fellini's next film, JULIET OF THE SPIRITS (1965), was his first in color. Again starring Masina, whose career was at a low ebb and with whom Fellini had been having personal problems, JULIET applied the methods of his previous two films to examine the psyche of a troubled upperclass housewife. For the first time, the voices of those critics who attacked Fellini for self- indulgence were louder than those who praised him for his perceptive vision. A feminist film ahead of its time, which complicates dismissals of Fellini as a "dirty old man," JULIET OF THE SPIRITS seems today even stronger than when it was released; one sequence, Juliet's memory of a religious pageant of school girls directed by unknowingly sadistic nuns, certainly stands among the most memorable and terrifying scenes in world cinema. Many critics called Fellini's next film his "ne plus ultra." FELLINI SATYRICON (1970), loosely based on extant parts of Petronius's Satyricon, is the most phantasmagorical of all Fellini's work, following the bawdy adventures of bisexual characters in the pre-Christian world. Fellini himself described the film as science fiction of the past; and indeed the whole film moves with the logic of a dream-fragmentary, at times incomprehensible, and ending, literally, in the middle of a sentence. The abandonment of relatively conventional narrative, which had increased over the course of JULIET as its protagonist's psychic world took over, came completely to the fore, and much of Fellini's subsequent work did not reverse the pattern. FELLINI SATYRICON is also unusually sensuous, more so than his other works; there is a constant tension between the film's sense-pleasing surface and its often disturbing elements, which include sex and nudity, dwarfs, an earthquake, a hermaphrodite, a decapitation, an erotic feast and orgy, suicides, mythological creatures, violence and hundreds of the most grotesque extras ever assembled. SATYRICON polarized critics-some attacked the film as proof that Fellini's self-indulgence had run amuck, and others praised it as a great fountainhead of a new kind of non-linear cinema, a head-trip (not unlike Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY) representing the aesthetic culmination of the 1960s and the ultimate comment, through an examination of the imaginary past, on the present. Fellini's work since SATYRICON was seen by many as less focused, and his international acclaim less consistent. Retreating from the splendid excess of SATYRICON, he created several very fine, more modest films, all marked by striking imagery, which diminished the distinctions between fiction film and documentary: THE CLOWNS (1971), which deals with Fellini's lifelong love of circuses; FELLINI'S ROMA (1972), centering on his love/hate relationship with the Eternal City which recurs in many of his films; and the critical and potent but little-seen ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL (1979), portraying the orchestra as a metaphor for Italian politics. Perhaps Fellini's most acclaimed post-SATYRICON film was AMARCORD (1974), an accessible work which can be seen as a summation to that point of his autobiographical impulse (the title means "I remember"). Lovingly describing Fellini's Rimini boyhood, peppered with offbeat but gentle humor, AMARCORD organizes its images through a strong emphasis on the natural cycle and a coherent narrative, though it also contained such memorable flights of fancy as the peacock that appears during the winter snow. AMARCORD was the fourth Fellini film to win an Oscar as Best Foreign- Language Film, but as he continued making films in the 80s he found it increasingly difficult to find financial backing and distributors. The downturn in his critical reputation and the inaccessibility of several key films led many to dismiss the latter as unimportant or as further signs of his "self-indulgence." FELLINI'S CASANOVA (1976), while perhaps not one of his most important films, was unusually-indeed strikingly-cold, filled with stunning imagery which cannot be easily dismissed. AND THE SHIP SAILS ON (1984), meanwhile, proved that his flair for flamboyant characterization had not lost its comic or satiric prowess in its commentary on self-absorbed artists and motley others (including a homesick rhinoceros). GINGER AND FRED (1986), though heavily criticized by many upon its release (it was the last Fellini to get a full art-house run in the US), has more than its share of touching and amusing moments as his two most important actors, Masina and Mastroianni, play a dance team reunited for what can only be described as "Fellini TV." Fellini's INTERVISTA (1987) carried the reflectiveness of his later years full circle. A fitting companion piece to 81 and a revisitation (with Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg) of that other landmark, LA DOLCE VITA, Fellini again directly confronted his own position and status as a filmmaker, this time with a sadder, more wistful nostalgia than he had as a younger man. Now the aging "Il Mago" ("the magician," as he was sometimes called in Italy) and his aging actors watch clips of their earlier triumphs in scenes that are extremely moving. His last completed film, VOICE OF THE MOON (1990), considered by some critics his most surreal picture, was, like INTERVISTA, a small film chock-full of references and last minute thoughts, alternately strange and sad, an appropriate postscript to a film career filled with with laughter and wonder at the bizarre circus of life. Fellini continued to pursue other projects in semi-retirement. At the Academy Awards ceremony in March of 1993, Fellini received a special Oscar for lifetime achievement in filmmaking, which he dedicated to Masina in his acceptance speech. In August of that year, Fellini suffered a stroke, and went into a coma following a heart attack in October. After his death at age 73 on October 31st-one day after Masina (who was to die of cancer less than five months later) observed their 50th wedding anniversary-tens of thousands of people packed the narrow streets of Fellini's hometown of Rimini, applauding as the director's casket was carried from the main piazza to the cinema where Fellini had watched his first films as a child (and which he featured in AMARCORD). It was a fitting tribute to one of the cinema's greatest artists, who had become a national treasure for Italy and a respected master the world over.

     

Filmografiju Federica Fellinia mozete videti ovde, kao i na imdb-u

 vreme je da pocnete da gledate prave filmove..
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Zaboravio sam Bernarda Bertolucci-ja..

* Born:
      on 03/16/40 in Parma, Italy

    * Job Titles:
      Director, Screenwriter, Assistant director, Poet, Producer

The childhood of Italian director-scenarist Bernardo Bertolucci couldn't have been more idyllic. Existing simultaneously in two worlds, he experienced the earthiness of the peasant's life courtesy of his grandfather, padrone of a small farm near Parma, while receiving an equal dose of the refined artistic life from his parents. Yet despite the big, comfortable house, the servants and an atmosphere that encouraged creativity, he would grow up disaffected, chafing against his life of privilege and the tradition of his father's poetry, which he eventually viewed as being based on repression. Initially, the son competed in the father's arena (after all, poetry was part of the daily diet), publishing his first poems by the age of 12 and later winning the prestigious Viareggio Prize for his first book of verse, "In Cerca del Mistero/In Search of Mystery" (1962), a work full of nostalgia for the lost Eden of his country boyhood. By then he was busy seeking his liberation as a neophyte filmmaker, lyrically revealing the dark side of human nature via the poetry of movies.

Bertolucci's first foray into cinema came as the assistant director on family friend Pier Paolo Pasolini's inaugural film, "Accattone" (1961). The following year, he made his own distinguished debut at the helm of "La Commare Secca/The Grim Reaper", a script Pasolini had originally written to direct but which Bertolucci rewrote extensively with Sergio Citti. The central narrative event was the murder of a prostitute, around which he wove flashbacks to the lives of witnesses and potential suspects, all leading up to the time of the killing. Though influenced by the French New Wave, the film showed an even greater allegiance to Italian neorealism in its concentration on behavioral detail, location shooting and use of nonprofessional actors. With his second film, "Before the Revolution" (1964), the precocious director became a name internationally and established his distinctive visual style of bold camera movements, moody lighting and expressive mise-en-scene, typically backed with an evocative score.

For the first time, Bertolucci's preoccupation with politics, sex and Freud was on display, and "Before the Revolution" also introduced what would become a favorite thematic element of the director, the conflict between freedom and conformity, placing him on the cutting-edge of 1960s sensibilities. In this reworking of Stendhal's "The Charterhouse of Parma", the leading character is a well-to-do boy who fancies himself a Marxist but ultimately learns he is nothing of the sort. Forced to decide between radical political commitment and an irreproachably bourgeois marriage, he opts for the latter, conducting an incestuous affair with an apolitical aunt along the way and renouncing his communist mentor (and totemic father figure). The film evoked comparisons to Orson Welles but stalled at the box office, and Bertolucci turned to television, making a prize-winning series of three documentaries about the Italian petroleum industry. "The Partner" (1968), which continued the political argument begun in "Before the Revolution", started to explore the director's fascination with the psychological double but suffered for its polemical excess, finding few admirers.

Angry and disillusioned, Bertolucci joined the Italian Communist Party and went about resurrecting his career with two 1970 films beginning his long collaboration with director of photography Vittorio Storaro. "The Spider's Stratagem", commissioned by the enlightened Italian television company RAI, returned to the doubling theme, tracing a son's search for his father through a surrealistic, complex narrative that incorporated Verdi's "Rigoletto" and the work of Borges and Magritte. (A later film, 1981's "Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man", reverses that narrative premise, following a father's search for his son.) In the end, the son discovers that his father had not heroically opposed the Italian Fascists but was in fact a traitor (as in Freudian terms fathers always are). In "The Conformist" (1970), considered by many critics to be Bertolucci's masterpiece, the leading character Marcello (Jean-Louis Trintignant) becomes a Fascist in order to suppress his growing recognition of his homosexuality. Here, the Oedipal imagery is even more powerful as Marcello plans to kill his anti-Fascist teacher and have sex with the teacher's wife (Dominique Sanda), but after botching the assassination attempt, he is powerless to prevent her murder by his Fascist comrades.

Firmly in control of the lighting, decor, costume and music, Bertolucci reveled in the elaborate tracking shots, the opulent color photography and the odd, surrealistic, visual incongruities that give his work its distinctive surface. The classic sequence in which the two central women characters perform a tango became a Bertolucci signature, and the dance as metaphor served as a bridge to his controversial "Last Tango in Paris" (1972). Considered obscene by some viewers, "Last Tango" was for others a breakthrough in its depiction of sexual politics as a presentation of the passionate, conflicted relationship between an older man (Marlon Brando) and a younger woman (Maria Schneider) in the enclosed psychological space of chamber cinema. Railing against the hypocrisy of cultural institutions such as family, church and state as his protagonist assails the girl's body, Bertolucci purposefully cast someone old enough to be her father, making Schneider's murder of Brando at the end of the film yet another Oedipal killing. It was a sterling showcase for the helmer's moving camera (earning him an Oscar nod as Best Director), and the performance by Brando ranks among the best of the actor's career.

The world acclaim (and notoriety) garnered by "Last Tango" enabled Bertolucci to get financing for his long-planned Marxian epic, "Novocentro/1900" (1976), which featured an international cast and a length of nearly six hours (cut dramatically for American and British release). Returning to his northern Italian roots, the director charted 45 years of social history and class struggle through the friendship and political enmity of two men (Robert De Niro and Gerard Depardieu) born on different sides of the social fence at the turn of the century. Envisioning the culture of the peasant farmers as an idealized form of communism, he showed their exploitation at the hands of first the aristocracy and later the Fascists, ending with an agrarian revolt that seems to promise a socialist utopia, though the revolution they are celebrating is already doomed. Despite mixed reviews and a woeful box office, Bertolucci was still able to acquire backing for "La Luna/Luna" (1979), swinging back to Freudian concerns for its graphic portrayal of mother-son incest, but following its critical and commercial failure, the money finally dried up. He was unable to find anyone to release "The Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man."

Having hit rock bottom, Bertolucci went into seclusion and did not work on a movie for four years. Unhappy with the state of filmmaking in Italy (and unable to get arrested in Hollywood), he looked to the East and was somehow, miraculously able to mount his expensive, ambitious epic masterpiece "The Last Emperor" (1987). Winner of nine Academy Awards including Best Director and Best Picture, the film follows the shifting fortunes of Pu Yi, who begins his life as the last emperor of China and ends it as a gardener in post-revolutionary Beijing. Like the deposed Pu Yi, Bertolucci was an exile from his own culture, and his passion for the project overcame such logistical nightmares as having the privilege of filming in China. (He became the first Westerner granted access to shoot in Beijing's Forbidden City since the Communists came to power in 1949.) Again, the relationship between individual psychology and the political and historical forces that mold it formed the center of the film, linking it to "Before the Revolution", "The Conformist" and "1900".

Bertolucci's much-anticipated adaptation of Paul Bowles' cult favorite "The Sheltering Sky" (1990), starring John Malkovich and Debra Winger, proved a critical and financial disappointment, though he and Storaro may have done more for desert landscapes than anyone since David Lean. His fascination with epic form undimmed, he reteamed with Jeremy Thomas, the producer of "The Last Emperor" and "The Sheltering Sky", to complete what he calls his Eastern trilogy with "Little Buddha" (1994). The visually stunning production (owing much to Storaro and the designs of multiple Oscar-winner James Acheson) focused on a dual story: the modern-day search for the reincarnation of Buddha and the ancient tale drawn from the life of Prince Siddhartha (portrayed strikingly by Keanu Reeves). Operatic in execution, the film failed in its attempt to synthesize a script which functioned meaningfully for both children and adults, as intended by the director. Despite the lush look of the canvases, there was a hollowness to these pictures as the director seemed to be losing his way amidst the spectacle.

"Stealing Beauty" (1996) signaled a change in direction for Bertolucci, from large-scale epics to smaller, more personal films. Centering on a teenage American girl sent to Tuscany to stay with family friends after her mother's death, it featured a dead-on, star-making turn by Liv Tyler and a touching performance by Jeremy Irons as the dying man who finds renewed life through his young visitor. For only the second time since 1970, Bertolucci chose not to employ Storaro as director of photography, using instead Darius Khondji, who avoided the cliched sun-drenched photography in favor of a softer, more painterly tone. Scaling-down further, he shot "Besieged" (1998), essentially a two-person piece with minimal dialogue, in 28 days for less than $3 million, but the pic originally intended as a one-hour TV project suffered in its expansion to feature length with most critics decrying the dearth of believable character development. Though his films have lost none of their surface polish, an older and mellower Bertolucci seems unable to recapture that sense of danger that so captivated audiences in the 60s and 70s.

Family

    * Brother: Giuseppe Bertolucci. born in 1947; co-scripted (with brother and editor Franco Arcalli) "Novecento/1900"
    * Brother-in-law: Mark Peploe. has worked frequently with Bertolucci
    * Father: Attilio Bertolucci. died on June 14, 2000 at age 88
    * Mother: Nina Bertolucci. Irish-Italian; born in Australia where her revolutionary father had been forced into exile

Significant Others

    * Wife: Clare Peploe. married in 1978

Education

    * Rome University, Rome, Italy, modern literature

Milestones

    * 1961 Worked as assistant director to family friend Pier Paolo Pasolini on the latter's feature directing debut, "Accattone"
    * 1962 Film directing and co-writing (with Pasolini and Sergio Citti) debut, "La commare secca/The Grim Reaper"; shot on location with a cast of nonprofessionals
    * 1962 Published first collection of poems, "In cerca del mistero/In Search of Mystery" (winner of the Viareggio Prize)
    * 1964 Came into his own directing "Before the Revolution"; critical acclaim, however, did not translate to box office success
    * 1965 For Italian TV directed three-part documentary "La Via del Petrolio," about an Italian oil company in Iran
    * 1968 Continued the political argument begun in "Before the Revolution" with "The Partner" (based on Fyodor Dosteyevsky's novel "The Double"); also marked first collaboration with actress Stefania Sandrelli
    * 1968 Joined the Italian Communist Party; resigned ten years later
    * 1969 Co-wrote story (with director and Dario Argento) for Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in the West"
    * 1970 Soared to international prominence with "The Conformist"; picture brought him acclaim in the USA; earned first Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay; first film with actress Dominique Sanda
    * 1972 Helmed "Last Tango in Paris", arguably the most controversial film of its era; garnered Oscar nod as Best Director; film was originally banned in Italy; after finally being released, it was again banned for 11 years; tried for blasphemy, Bertolucci received a suspended prison sentence and lost the right to vote for five years
    * 1975 Made first film appearance in documentary, "Bertolucci Secundo il Cinema/The Cinema According to Bertolucci/The Making of '1900'", co-directed by his brother and Gianni Amelio
    * 1976 Assembled an international cast, including Robert De Niro, Gerard Depardieu and Sanda, for the epic "1900"
    * 1979 First collaboration with screenwriter (and wife) Clare Peploe, "Luna"
    * 1982 Initiated by a lama into the Tibetan practice of meditation
    * 1982 Producing debut, "Sconcerto Rock"
    * 1987 English language directing debut, "The Last Emperor"; first teaming with screenwriter (and brother-in-law) Mark Peploe; film won nine Academy Awards including Best Picture and two for Bertolucci, as Best Director and for the Best Screenplay
    * 1990 Co-wrote (with Mark Peploe) and directed "The Sheltering Sky", adapted from the Paul Bowles novel; executive produced by William Aldrich whose director father Robert Aldrich had first optioned the 1949 novel but failed to obtain studio financing after years of trying
    * 1993 Third film with Mark Peploe, "Little Buddha"; eighth and final collaboration (to date) with Storaro
    * 1996 Began moving away from the epic format with "Stealing Beauty" (picture's budget--under $15 million--was less than half that of "Little Buddha" at $35 million), starring Liv Tyler; first film made in his native Italy since 1981's "The Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man"; also reunited with Sandrelli for the first time since "1900"
    * 1998 Reteamed with wife on screenplay for "Besieged" (filmed for less than $3 million), adapted from a short story by James Lasdun
    * 2004 Helmed "The Dreamers," an adaption of the book "Holy Innocents," written by Gilbert Adair. Set in France in the spring of 1968, about three young cineastes that are drawn together through their passion for film
    * Had poems published in magazines by age 12
    * Initial collaborations with director of photography Vittorio Storaro, "The Spider's Stratagem" (originally made for Italian television) and "The Conformist"
    * Made amateur 16mm films as a teenager, the first one showing a pig being slaughtered



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I ja sam imao takvo misljenje... a onda sam odgledao jedan azijski film... a onda odusevljeno jos jedan... i od tada mislim da su azijski zakon 8)
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opet generalizacija.....

svuda ima dobrih flmova...btw, ameri takodje imaju jaku nezavisnu produkciju. kod nas dolaze, reklamiraju se, obaveshtavaju nas samo o kojekakvim blokbasterima i sl.

druga je stvar shta podrazumevash pod evropskim filmom kad je lova americhka, evropska, azijska izmeshana i
isprepletana, kao shto evropski reditelji odlaze u ameriku i snimaju itd.

svuda ima dobrih filmova...

film je i dalje umetnost, problem je samo u dostupnosti dobrih filmova.

a mi smo ipak slepo crevo
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opet generalizacija.....

Tako je. Generalno, ne volim genralizaciju. :D

Mene interesuju kvalitetni filmovi, a iz koje zabiti sveta dolaze me uopste ne zanima.
Ali, ukoliko bih procentualno obratio paznju na takve filmove, najvise bi ih dolazilo iz Evrope.
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Sta je evropski film? Mislite na Nemacki, Francuski..???  - Zulawski

Sto se tice italijanskog filma i rezisera ssboba nisi mogao naci, po meni, losije.
Felini i Bertoluci - meni se ni jedan njihov film nesvidja, narocito Bertoluci.
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