In 1972, Federico Fellini was prepping the release of Amarcord (1973), his ode to youth in Italy, for its Cannes Film Festival premiere. The movie finds the director exuding a warm and nostalgic energy, and it would go on to become one of his most beloved efforts. The same year, Fellini sat down with Phillip Jenkison for the British TV series Film Night to talk about his career and latest film. The indispensable 29-minute interview has the director readily discussing his earlier works, as well as talking extensively about his personal filmmaking process.