Fellini's Homecoming Trailer

Fellini's Homecoming Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

A documentary about Federico Fellini's relationship with his home town, Rimini, featuring archive interviews with the director and more recent interviews with some of his friends and collaborators.

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Cast

Federico Fellini

as Himself (archive footage)

Tullio Kezich

as Himself

Sergio Zavoli

as Himself

Crew

Issa Clubb

Issa Clubb Producer

Peter Becker

Peter Becker Executive Producer

Kim Hendrickson

Kim Hendrickson Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 2006

Production Companies

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