January marks the centenary of the birth of Federico Fellini, one of cinema’s most iconic filmmakers. The British Film Institute Southbank is marking the milestone with a retrospective (running until the end of February), and a re-release of the Fellini classic La Dolce Vita. The 1960 Italian classic is also being shown in Bvlgari Hotel London’s private 47-seat Screening Room, followed by a dinner at Sette - where diners will discover four-courses of Italian fare (meat ragu fettucine via Veneto & chicken cacciatora style etc.) inspired by scenes from the masterpiece. Tickets are priced at £75 per person.
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