Want to know where La Dolce Vita from 1960 was filmed? The movie starring Marcello Mastroianni, Anita Ekberg and Anouk Aimée was shot at more than 2 locations, including The Trevi Fountain in Roma, Italy. All the filming locations of La Dolce Vita are listed below.
Journalist and man-about-town Marcello struggles to find his place in the world, torn between the allure of Rome's elite social scene and the stifling domesticity offered by his girlfriend, all the while searching for a way to become a serious writer.
Marcello Mastroianni (Marcello Rubini), Anita Ekberg (Sylvia), Anouk Aimée (Maddalena), Yvonne Furneaux (Emma), Magali Noël (Fanny), Alain Cuny (Steiner), Annibale Ninchi (Marcello's father) more..., Walter Santesso (Paparazzo), Valeria Ciangottini (Paola), Riccardo Garrone (Riccardo), Ida Galli (Debutante of the year), Audrey McDonald (Jane), Polidor (Pagliaccio), Alain Dijon (Frankie Stout), Mino Doro (Lover of Nadia), Giulio Girola (Police commissioner), Laura Betti (Laura), Nico (Nico), Domino (), Carlo Musto (Transvestite), Enzo Cerusico (Photographer), Giulio Paradisi (Photographer), Enzo Doria (Photographer), Enrico Glori (Admirer of Nadia), Adriana Moneta (Ninni), Massimo Busetti (Miracle child), Lex Barker (Robert - Sylvia's husband), Jacques Sernas (The star), Nadia Gray (Nadia), Giuseppe Addobbati ((uncredited)), Conte Brunoro Serego Aligheri (Young Man with Mink Coat (uncredited)), Gabriella Andreini (Woman at Nadia's Party (uncredited)), Federika André (Tenant in Steiner's House (uncredited)), Armando Annuale ((uncredited)), Joan Antequera (Woman at Castle (uncredited)), Juan Antequero (Spanish Gentleman with Eyepatch at Castle (uncredited)), Gianni Baghino ((uncredited)), Nadia Balabine (Reporter (uncredited)), Ignazio Balsamo ((uncredited)), Remo Benedetti ((uncredited)) and others.
Nino Rota (Original Music Composer), Otello Martelli (Director of Photography), Leo Catozzo (Editor), Giuseppe Amato (Producer), Federico Fellini (Screenplay), Federico Fellini (Story), Tullio Pinelli (Screenplay) more..., Tullio Pinelli (Story), Ennio Flaiano (Screenplay), Ennio Flaiano (Story), Alessandro von Norman (Production Supervisor), Brunello Rondi (Writer), Angelo Rizzoli (Producer), Piero Gherardi (Costume Designer), Piero Gherardi (Production Designer), Pier Paolo Pasolini (Writer), Franco Magli (Executive Producer), Otello Fava (Makeup Artist), Guidarino Guidi (Assistant Director), Ennio Guarnieri (Assistant Camera), Carlo Savina (Conductor), Armando Trovajoli (Music Arranger), Arturo Zavattini (Camera Operator), Giorgio Giovannini (Assistant Production Design), Gianfranco Mingozzi (Second Assistant Director), Dominique Delouche (Assistant Director), Clemente Fracassi (Unit Manager), Clemente Fracassi (General Manager), Osvaldo De Micheli (Production Secretary), Franco Ferrara (Conductor), Paolo Nuzzi (Assistant Director), Lucia Mirisola (Assistant Costume Designer), Lucia Mirisola (Assistant Production Design), Nello Meniconi (Production Manager), Italo Tomassi (Set Designer), Lili Rademakers (Second Assistant Director), Oscar Di Santo (Sound Recordist), Vito Anzalone (Assistant Production Design), Renata Magnanti (Hairstylist), Mario Basili (Production Secretary) and others.
Riama Film, Cinecittà, Pathé Consortium Cinéma
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Sylvia steps into the Trevi Fountain and convinces Marcello to do the same.
Marcello decides to sit on the bench near the fountain looking at the amazing Sylvia.