Milo Manara draw scenes from Fellini’s films

Milo Manara draw scenes from Federico Fellini’s films. “Cinema e fumetto, Federico Fellini e Milo Manara: un dialogo intenso e proficuo tra due grandi arti e due maestri italiani.” I found these images without their source, I think that they’re taken from this book: Fellini e Manara.
In order: the images are from ” Boccaccio ’70, La Dolce Vita, La Strada, and Satyricon”.
If you have a more reliable source, do leave a comment.
I am not the author of these images.
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Boccaccio '70 (Fellini) (Limited Edition Print) (Signed) art by Manara La Dolce Vita Milo Manara La Strada Milo Manara Satyricon (Fellini) by Milo Manara


Tribute to Dino de Laurentiis !

Agostino “Dino” De Laurentiis (8 August 1919 – 10 November 2010) was an Italian film producer best known for producing science fiction, fantasy, and horror films. He produced Fellini classics La Strada (1954) and Nights of Cabiria (1956) among others.

Portrait of Dino de Laurentiis by Carlo Bavagnoli (1966).

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Dino de Laurentiis (Carlo Bavagnoli.1966)

La Strada : Behind the Scenes

La Strada (1954) by Federico Fellini starring Anthony Quinn and Giulietta Masina. 
Unknown photographer for the colored photos. Black and White shots are by Federico Patellani :

Italian photographer and painter. He studied law before becoming a painter, and he was associated with various artistic movements in Lombardy, in particular the Chiaristi group, which was close to the avant-garde critic Edoardo Persico. Patellani took up photography in 1935, the same year in which he served in the war in East Africa. His first photographs were published in the Milanese newspaper L’Ambrosiano. In 1939 he became part of the team of photographers on the weekly magazine Tempo, which was inspired by the first great international illustrated magazines, in particular Life. Here, he devised the fototesta, an innovative way of presenting news stories using a large number of photographs with a few brief captions, the story thus being told mainly through images, with the photographer as narrator. This was the first time in Italy that the photographer was considered as an intellectual in his own right and not simply a subordinate craftsman.
I am not the author of these images.

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Federico Fellini and Anthony Quinn on La Strada Fellini and Giulietta Masina on the set of La Strada, 1954 Giuletta Masina on the set of La Strada (1954) LA Strada Strada-é Strada-Federico Pattelani

Anthony Quinn self-portrait

Irish-Mexican actor Anthony Quinn (1915-2001) is known for his many awesome films such as La Strada (1954), Zorba The Greek (1964), Laurence of Arabia (1962) etc. Other than being an actor, he was also a painter. This is what he had to say about his art and self-portrait:
“Painting the face as a picture is not difficult. It’s rather easy. But to paint the essence of what that face is or what it represents to me- that’s going to be the next step”.
I am not the author of this image. All rights go to Anthony Quinn.
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