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Federico Fellini supervises a poster of Anita Ekberg being hung (for the film Boccaccio '70), photo by Elio Sorci, Rome, 1961

Federico Fellini supervises a poster of Anita Ekberg being hung (for the film Boccaccio '70), photo by Elio Sorci, Rome, 1961

More consistently than ever I was trying to make people believe that cinema as an instrument of art has its own possibilities which are equal to those of prose. I wanted to demonstrate how cinema is able to observe life, without interfering, crudely or obviously, with its continuity. For that is where I see the poetic essence of cinema. - Andrei Tarkovsky on cinema’s ability to sculpt time #filmmaking

More consistently than ever I was trying to make people believe that cinema as an instrument of art has its own possibilities which are equal to those of prose. I wanted to demonstrate how cinema is able to observe life, without interfering, crudely or obviously, with its continuity. For that is where I see the poetic essence of cinema. - Andrei Tarkovsky on cinema’s ability to sculpt time #filmmaking

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