Fiction. Translated from the Italian by Giuseppe Natale. FEDERICO F. is a semi-fictional novel that chronicles the last nine months of film director Federico Fellini's life. Angelucci reveals how creatively Fellini treated personal events, as if they were screenplay ideas and also features several reflections by Fellini on his work, all of them proving the director considered his films personal creations. Angelucci is a film director, screenwriter, novelist, and head of the Fellini Foundation. In 1987 he wrote the script, along with Fellini, for the film Intervista and in 1994 directed the film L'amore in Corpo.
Gianfranco Angelucci received his doctorate in Art History from the University of Bologna with a thesis on Federico Fellini. He collaborated with Fellini in various capacities until the year of Fellini's death (1993). He wrote the screenplay for Intervista, one of Fellini's most celebrated films (1987) which won the Special Prize at Cannes and First Prize at Moscow Film Festival. For ten years Angelucci has worked in advertising and has created and managed campaigns for important national companies with the assistance of well known celebrities. Author City: USA