Fellini 101: Conversations with Fred Plotkin, a digital film festival showcasing three classic films from celebrated filmmaker Federico Fellini, each of them introduced by author and speaker Fred Plotkin, followed by an online a group discussion on three Sundays throughout the month.
Fellini at Fitchburg State!
About Fellini 101
The first event was preceded by a recorded introduction to this series and the first film, La Strada, by our host and guide, Fred Plotkin.
Visits from Plotkin, a celebrated writer on opera, food, and all things Italian, have become a Fitchburg State tradition, including more than 10 years of presentations where he guided visitors on culinary tours of Italy. This virtual event will allow his local fans another opportunity to learn about another treasured cultural export from Italy, that being the cinema of Federico Fellini.
The films in the series will be available to stream for free to Fitchburg State students, faculty and staff members, and will also be made available through the Fitchburg Public Library and Leominster Public Library.
How to access the films
The Fitchburg State Community has access to the films through the library's streaming film database Kanopy. Fitchburg State community members can click on the links below to access the films.
After clicking on the link, you will be prompted to login with your full FSU email address and password (the same as you do to access your FSU Google accounts).
Fellini 101: Conversations with Fred Plotkin is presented with the generous support of Fitchburg State University’s Center for Italian Culture and the Sandro and Lillian Clementi Lecture Fund, in collaboration with the Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library at Fitchburg State University, the Fitchburg Public Library and the Leominster Public Library.