It opens May 9, 2014, at 18.30 at the Teatro dei Dioscuri (Via Piacenza 1 - Rome), the exhibition Giulietta Masina Oscar Federico Fellini, created to celebrate the talent and artistic life of one of the most popular Italian actress and girlfriend of the life of Federico Fellini. The event, sponsored by the Academy of Italian Cinema - David di Donatello Awards, and by the Swiss Institute of Rome, and supported by the General Direction for Library Heritage and Cultural Institutes intellectual property rights (MiBACT) and the Centre for the Book and Reading, is sponsored by the Biblioteca Angelica, from the Experimental Center of Cinematography, by the Fondation Fellini pour le film (Sion), the Deutsch Museum (Museum of modern and contemporary art) and the publishing house Edizioni Sabinae. The exhibition Giulietta Masina, curated by Simone Casavecchia and Fiammetta Terlizzi, born from the desire to pay tribute to a woman and an actress who has been able to combine their talents with the poetry of Federico Fellini with the actor's art. The exhibition will be divided into four main sections that tell in pictures the Fellini film whose protagonist Giulietta Masina: La Strada, Nights of Cabiria, Juliet of the Spirits and Ginger and Fred. Not to mention, however, the drum and the other blockbusters of Giulietta Masina. The images on display, often unpublished, come Archivio the National Photographic Archive of the Experimental Center of Cinematography, while the posters displayed by the Fondation Fellini pou the film of Zion. A large section is devoted to first editions of photographic books, screenplays and essays in various languages that tell the extraordinary artistic path, and the love of the world, to the pair Fellini-Masina. For the first time it will be possible to admire the Oscar of the film La Strada won in 1956 for best foreign film Oscar nomination in the next, always on the road, for the screenplay received from Federico Fellini and Tullio Pinelli, writer of the film along with Ennio Flaiano and the same Fellini. On the occasion of the exhibition will be in bookshops volume Giulietta Masina, actress and wife of Federico Fellini Gianfranco Angelucci amply illustrated with images from the photo library of the Experimental Center of Cinematography, co-editor of the book. The exhibition Giulietta Masina is housed in the monumental complex of Saint Andrew at the Quirinale - Teatro dei Dioscuri, excellent location until May 30. The exhibition space in Via Piacenza 1 will be open to the public from Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 18.30. Admission is free.