AMARCORD: MEMORIES OF FELLINI
Germaine Greer is a world-renowned feminist, intellectual and orator. She is the author of a number of influential books including The Female Eunuch, Slip-Shod Sibyls and The Whole Woman. She was a special lecturer at Newnham College Cambridge and Professor of English and Comparative Studies at Warwick University. Her television appearances include The Late Review, Have I Got News for You, Angry Old Women and, controversially, Celebrity Big Brother. Here for Power Of Film And Moving Image she talks about the great Italian director Federico Fellini, and how she met him in the summer of 1975 at Cinecittà.
Photo by Jean Pigozzi, with thanks to The Art Of Behind The Scenes
Federico Fellini, on the set of Casanova, Rome, 1975. © Jean Pigozzi