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Federico Fellini
FedericoFellini
Fellini at the 65th Academy Awards
16 Nominations / 5 Wins
Role Director, Screenwriter
Born January 20, 1920
Rimini, Italy
Died October 31, 1993
 

Federico Fellini was an Italian film director and screenwriter. Known for a distinct style that blends fantasy and baroque images, he is considered one of the most influential filmmakers of the 20th century, and is widely revered. He won five Academy Awards, becoming the person who won the highest number of Oscars for Best Foreign Language Film in history.

Wins

29th Academy Awards, 1956
Best Foreign Language FilmLa Strada (representing Italy)
30th Academy Awards, 1957
Best Foreign Language FilmNights of Cabiria (representing Italy)
36th Academy Awards, 1963
Best Foreign Language FilmFederico Fellini's 8½
48th Academy Awards, 1975
Best Foreign Language FilmAmarcord (representing Italy)

Special and Honorary Awards

65th Academy Awards, 1992
In recognition of his place as one of the screen's master storytellers.

Nominations

19th Academy Awards, 1946
Best ScreenplayOpen City (shared with Sergio Amidei)
22nd Academy Awards, 1949
Best Story and ScreenplayPaisan (shared with Alfred Hayes, Sergio Amidel, Marcello Pagliero and Roberto Rossellini)
29th Academy Awards, 1956
Best Foreign Language FilmLa Strada (representing Italy)
Best Original ScreenplayLa Strada (shared with Tullio Pinelli)
30th Academy Awards, 1957
Best Foreign Language FilmNights of Cabiria (representing Italy)
Best Original ScreenplayVitelloni (shared with Ennio Flaiano and Tullio Pinelli)
34th Academy Awards, 1961
Best DirectorLa Dolce Vita (shared with Tullio Pinelli, Ennio Flaiano and Brunello Rondi)
Best Original ScreenplayLa Dolce Vita
36th Academy Awards, 1963
Best DirectorFederico Fellini's 8½
Best Foreign Language FilmFederico Fellini's 8½ (representing Italy)
Best Original ScreenplayFederico Fellini's 8½ (shared with Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli and Brunello Rondi)
43rd Academy Awards, 1970
Best DirectorFellini Stayricon
48th Academy Awards, 1975
DirectorAmarcord
Best Foreign Language FilmAmarcord (representing Italy)
Best Original ScreenplayAmarcord (shared with Tonino Guerra)
49th Academy Awards, 1976
Best Adapted ScreenplayFellini's Casanova (shared with Bernardino Zapponi)

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