Start here... Go anywhere!NHTI Friday Night FilmspresentsFellini's 8½February 16, 7 pmSweeney AuditoriumAdmission by donation ($5 suggested)Celebrate the 55th Anniversary of this Fellini classic! 8½ is asurrealist comedy-drama starring Marcello Mastroianni as afamous Italian film director who suffers from stifled creativityas he attempts to direct an epic science fiction film. The titlerefers to it being Fellini's "eighth and a half" film as a director(His previous directorial work consisted of six features, twoshort segments, and a collaboration with another director --the latter three treated as "half" films.) 8½ won the AcademyAward for Best Foreign Language Film, and is now considered tobe one of the greatest films of all time. Not rated (1963), 138mins.NHTIConcord's Community Collegenhti.edu

Date: February 13, 2018

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Start here... Go anywhere! NHTI Friday Night Films presents Fellini's 8½ February 16, 7 pm Sweeney Auditorium Admission by donation ($5 suggested) Celebrate the 55th Anniversary of this Fellini classic! 8½ is a surrealist comedy-drama starring Marcello Mastroianni as a famous Italian film director who suffers from stifled creativity as he attempts to direct an epic science fiction film. The title refers to it being Fellini's "eighth and a half" film as a director (His previous directorial work consisted of six features, two short segments, and a collaboration with another director -- the latter three treated as "half" films.) 8½ won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and is now considered to be one of the greatest films of all time. Not rated (1963), 138 mins. NHTI Concord's Community College nhti.edu

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