Cinematography by Otello Martelli ; edited by Leo Catozzo ; original music by Nino Rota.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1960.
Special features (disc 1): introduction by noted director Alexander Payne; audio commentary by noted critic & film historian Richard Schickel.
Special features (disc 2): Fellini TV (collection of never-before-seen Fellini shorts); Remembering the sweet life (interviews with Federico Fellini, Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg); Cinecitta : the house of Fellini (musical montage of Fellini's beloved studio); Fellini, Roma and Cinecitta (interview with Fellini); photo gallery; restoration demo; biographies; filmographies.
Special features (disc 3): documentary on La dolce vita composer Nino Rota; 2004 interview with Anita Ekberg; 1960 interview with Federico Fellini from France TV; Marcello Mastroianni speaking about La dolce vita on France TV, 1960; discussion with Fellini's closest friend and colleague Rinaldo Gelend on La dolce vita themes; footage with the last surviving La dolce vita screenwriter Tullio Pinelli.
Essay by Italian cinema and Fellini expert Peter Bondanella with rare behind-the-scenes photos from the filming of La dolce vita in accompanying collector's booklet.
Essay by Dennis Bartok in accompanying promo booklet.
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