“People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonance within our own innermost being and reality, so that we actually feel the rapture of being alive. That’s what it’s all finally about.”—Joseph Campbell (via nihilnoetia/celestelumina) (via gypsyanatomy) (via wine-loving-vagabond, nathanielstuart) (via iamheathcliff)
The exhibition can be seen these days in Madrid on Federico Fellini makes us discover some marginal aspects of their activity as a filmmaker. In the backstage life of the director discovered his skill as an illustrator and cartoonist, we were semidesconocidas so far.
His fascination for society journals, which would lead him to paint a portrait of the tabloids in ‘La dolce vita’ as defined which makes the Italian inventor of the genre in the heart. It is no coincidence that the character Paparazzo, photographer of celebrities in the golden era of Cinecitta, gave his name to the current Papparazzi.
Screenwriter, co-author of comics with Milo Manara, the late psychoanalyzed Freud only to ennoble their dreams fantastic books drawn and written by himself.
In the exhibition through December can be accessed at the Caixa Forum in Madrid is endorsed the image of a man as complex and creative film production takes us naturally to a vision of boundless life and evocative, with a very singular character selection hired through advertisements in the press.
Fellini universe is overwhelming and delicious as a giant plate of spaghetti, voracious as a child wanting to conquer the world. via:elmundo.es