The Italian Cultural Institute celebrates the 100th anniversary of Federico Fellini and the 20th Week of Italian Language in the World with a panel discussion. Professor Alessandro Carrera (University of Houston) will present "Fellini's Deep Time: Archaeology and Modernity in Fellini Satyricon and Roma", an exploration of the accumulation of layers and layers of history religion and mythology in Fellini’s Rome trilogy (La dolce vita, Fellini Satyricon, Roma). Professor Áine O’Healy (Loyola Marymount University) will present 'Fellini’s Projections of the Feminine” examining a range of female figures across the scope of Fellini’s work. Moderated by Prof. Thomas Harrison (UCLA).
Organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles in collaboration with University of Houston, Loyola Marymount University and UCLA on the occasion of the 20th Italian Language Week in the World, with the theme of Italian Between Word and Image: Graffiti, Illustrations, Comic Books.