1973. The great director Federico Fellini directs Amarcord. It is set in an ancient district in the town of Rimini during the ‘30s.
This film is a landmark not only for Italian cinema but also for the Italian language: the term “a m’arcord” is an expression in the dialect spoken in Romagna meaning "I remember", the title of the film thus becomes a neologism for a story touched with nostalgia.
In order to remember a by now distant past, we have chosen a few photographs showing some of our most important moments.