Italian actress Claudia Cardinale and Italian movie director Federico Fellini are shown during the symbolic ceremony of the Oscar Academy Award given to Federico Fellini for his film “Eight And A Half” in a Rome, Italy, theater on May 26, 1964. Italian Premier Aldo Moro handed the statuette to Fellini during the ceremony, arranged so that Italian cinema personalities and Government officials could demonstrate their appreciation of Fellini’s achievement in winning the Award. Fellini was present in Santa Monica, California on April 14, to receive his statuette for the best foreign film. (AP Phot

Italian actress Claudia Cardinale and Italian movie director Federico Fellini are shown during the symbolic ceremony of the Oscar Academy Award given to Federico Fellini for his film “Eight And A Half” in a Rome, Italy, theater on May 26, 1964. Italian Premier Aldo Moro handed the statuette to Fellini during the ceremony, arranged so that Italian cinema personalities and Government officials could demonstrate their appreciation of Fellini’s achievement in winning the Award. Fellini was present in Santa Monica, California on April 14, to receive his statuette for the best foreign film. (AP Phot Stock Photo
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Claudia Cardinale Federico Fellini Aldo Moro

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Associated Press / Alamy Stock Photo

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2NCCT11

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25.7 MB (1.9 MB Compressed download)

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3000 x 3000 px | 25.4 x 25.4 cm | 10 x 10 inches | 300dpi

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26 May 1964

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Giulio Broglio

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Not available to licence for any broadcast or streaming service, video on demand, film, national newspaper or to create a NFT. This content is intended for editorial use only. For other uses, additional clearances may be required. Italian actress Claudia Cardinale and Italian movie director Federico Fellini are shown during the symbolic ceremony of the Oscar Academy Award given to Federico Fellini for his film “Eight And A Half” in a Rome, Italy, theater on May 26, 1964. Italian Premier Aldo Moro handed the statuette to Fellini during the ceremony, arranged so that Italian cinema personalities and Government officials could demonstrate their appreciation of Fellini’s achievement in winning the Award. Fellini was present in Santa Monica, California on April 14, to receive his statuette for the best foreign film. (AP Photo/Giulio Broglio)

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