|Directed by Patricia V. Tassinari|
|Canada, 1989 (fiction, 24 minutes, colour, English)|
"The central character in Patricia Tassinari's Goodbye Frederico is [...] caught up in a a strange dialogue of her own making. She's young, she wants to make a film, and she communes daily with the spirit of Fellini. After swearing to uphold his tradition in her script, then having it rejected by an icy producer ('You look as though nothing happens to you,' he observes), she eventually finds meaning in the depths of cappuuccino foam."
-- Festival of Festivals (source)