Fellini’s visually stunning films have left their mark on the collective memory. Fellini virtuously freed the medium of film from traditional narrative constraints. In his films, he mixed reality, dreams, and visions to create unique works of art in which the autobiographical was always given enough space. Fellini’s love was for people on the fringes of society.
On the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini (* 20. 01.1920; † 31. 10.1993), who is one of the most important author-filmmakers of the 20th century, the master of his profession is commemorated. Fellini’s cinematic work served sound engineer Silvan Gretener and filmmaker Remo Hegglin as the starting point for a sound installation in the Reformed Church of Zug in Switzerland, which offers listeners the opportunity to take a seat in the midst of Fellini’s world.
Sound installation: Mixed media, Loop (20 minutes)