Giulietta Masina
Italian actress
Giulietta Masina
Biography
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Birthday
22 February 1921
Deceased
23 March 1994
home town
Bologna
Death Place
Rome
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Alternative names
Masina, Giulia Anna
Birth name
Giulia Anna Masina
Active years end year
1991z
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MUSIC REVIEW; Elaine Stritch at Café Carlyle - Review
NYTimes - about 5 years
Had Elaine Stritch sung “I’m Still Here” at Café Carlyle on Tuesday night, it would have seemed redundant. The mere presence of this lean, glaring lion of a woman in a white shirt and black tights, clenching her fists, said everything about resilience, feisty determination and the will to continue that is voiced in a
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Il dito magico di Gerardo Di Lella - Positanonews
Google News - over 5 years
... il tema della "Dolce vita", per chiudere con la canzone di Gelsomina, con una prima tromba troppo giovane e acerba, per comunicare la nostalgia melanconica, di quelle note che avevano dentro racchiuse lo sguardo di Giulietta Masina
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Vineyard programming opens a window on the world - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
Big films, big screens The Coolidge Corner Theatre screens Federico Fellini's 1954 masterpiece “La Strada'' as part of its Big Screen Classics series tomorrow at 7 pm “La Strada,'' which stars Giulietta Masina (Fellini's wife), and Anthony Quinn,
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Fellini titkai - Heti Válasz
Google News - over 5 years
A színdarab végi maszkos tánc kifejezetten nevetségesre sikerült, és nem adta vissza Giulietta Masina mindent feledtető életörömről árulkodó mosolyának üzenetét sem. Az előadás egyetlen hiteles és kiemelkedő alakítása Hámori Ildikóé volt,
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MERCOLEDÌ 17 AGOSTO (ROBERT DE NIRO DAY) - La Provincia di Como
Google News - over 5 years
La strada (Italia, 1954, 94 minuti) di Federico Fellini con Giulietta Masina, Anthony Quinn e Richard Baserhart. - 35MM SOTTO IL CIELO - piazza Martinelli, ore 21.30, ingresso a 7 sacchi, soci Arci 6 sacchi, over 65 e under 18 5 sacchi (non so cosa
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Deepa Mehta's red light special - National Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Fellini's Nights of Cabiria starred the director's wife and muse, Giulietta Masina. She playes the title character, Cabiria, a prostitute keen on changing her life and finding true love. Elements of the 1957 film embody Italian neo-realism,
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“Sonsuz Sokaklar” Havagazı'na çıkıyor - FocaFoca
Google News - over 5 years
İtalyanlar'ın dünyaca ünlü yönetmeni Federico Fellini tarafından yönetilen 1954 yapımı filmde Antony Quinn, Giulietta Masina ve Richard Basehart rol alıyor. “Sonsuz Sokaklar” gezginci bir gösterici, dev yapılı, duyarsız, yabani Zampano ile ailesinden
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Bubbling and sparkling Sweet Charity - BusinessWorld Online
Google News - over 5 years
The origin of the play was Fellini's 1957 film, Notte di Cabiria, starring Fellini's wife Giulietta Masina (which I thoroughly enjoyed). Neil Simon, who has won multiple Tony Awards and Emmy Awards, etc., wrote the book for this play based on Fellini's
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L'Aquila vintage nel vissuto delle Tre Marie - Federico Fellini - Il Capoluogo.it
Google News - over 5 years
Quasi sempre, con lui c'era Giulietta Masina. Immancabile era invece l'album da disegno, che ogni tanto squadernava per abbozzarvi ogni genere di immagini e sensazioni. Una volta notai che stava tracciando il “ritratto” della Sala del Mandorlo,
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«Fellini mi chiamò di notte Così diventai Gradisca» - Corriere della Sera
Google News - over 5 years
Leggenda dice che tra i due ci fosse un buon rapporto, esteso anche ad altri diretti interessati: Fellini stimava Jean Claude, futuro marito dell' attrice, tanto che fu testimone alle nozze; e Giulietta Masina adorava Magali
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Sant'Elpidio a Mare. Venerdì al via la trentasettesima edizione dell'Accademia ... - Informazione.Tv
Google News - over 5 years
... per desiderio di Giulietta Masina, i funerali di Fellini; fu ancora lui a tenere un memorabile concerto in Collegiata il 20 agosto 1977, e fu un elpidiense, il tenore Amedeo Berdini, il Raimondo della prima esecuzione radiofonica della sua opera
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Il mito di Fellini ripercorribile a Rimini - Comunicati Stampa Piemonte (Comunicati Stampa)
Google News - over 5 years
Tanto per citarne alcune, la ora Via “Le notti di Cabiria” (1957) ha preso il posto di via JS Bach, mentre via Giulietta Masina si è sostituita a via LL Zamenhof. Rimini, sempre più proiettata verso un piano distintivo a livello culturale, sta operando
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Dibattiti, concerti e film: anche questo è Mondofitness - Vigna Clara Blog (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... Mastroianni Story girato da Antonello Branca nel 1965 e ritratto dell'attore completato dalle testimonianze di importanti figure che hanno lavorato con lui come Federico Fellini, Giulietta Masina, Luchino Visconti, Pietro Germi e tanti altri
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Il San Carlo alza il sipario sul “mondo circense” con La Strada, in scena al ... - Caserta News
Google News - over 5 years
Il regista, infine, ha quasi sempre partecipato con la moglie Giulietta Masina alle rappresentazioni del balletto, applaudendo il lavoro di Pistoni e dell'amico Rota. Al San Carlo La Strada è andato in scena per la prima volta nella stagione 1977-1978,
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Eugenio Cappuccio all'Ischia Film Festival - Ischia News ed Eventi
Google News - over 5 years
Eugenio Cappuccio inizia la sua carriera cinematografica come assistente di Federico Fellini in 'Ginger e Fred' (opera del 1985 con Giulietta Masina e Marcello Mastroianni). Dopo i film corali 'Il caricatore' e 'La vita è una sola', esordisce come
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FESTIVAL, STRAORDINARIO SUCCESSO PER LA PRIMA DI “GRIMINELLI PLAYS NINO ROTA ... - tuttoggi.info
Google News - over 5 years
Alle spalle degli artisti scorrono, proiettate su uno schermo cinematografico, le immagini di Giulietta Masina ed Anthony Quinn sapientemente rielaborate dalla visual artist Elisa Seravalli. Si prosegue con le musiche di “Romeo e Giulietta”,
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Fellini exhibit at Lightbox could be a little dreamier - Globe and Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Though Fellini had already made seven feature films (including La Strada and Nights in Cabiria, showcases for his wife, Giulietta Masina), La Dolce Vita was pivotal in his career. A commercial and critical hit (it won the Palme d'Or and earned four
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The maestro revealed - Tandem
Google News - over 5 years
Then there's Anthony Quinn/Zampanò and Gelsomina played by Giulietta Masina, Fellini's life companion who in the film La Strada (which won an Oscar for best foreign film in 1957) looks like a female version of Charlie Chaplin
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Telluride Film Festival Picks Guest Director
NYTimes - over 5 years
The Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso has agreed to step into an unfamiliar role, that of ''guest director'' helping to pick and present the films for the 38th Telluride Film Festival, which will be held over the Labor Day weekend. A confessed cinephile, Mr. Veloso has composed soundtracks for movies, performed in his friend Pedro
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Giulietta Masina
1921
Born on February 22, 1921.
1941
Masina turned to acting at university, particularly after 1941.
She participated in numerous plays that included singing and dancing as well as acting, all in the Ateneo Theater of her university.
1942
In 1942, she joined the Compagnia del Teatro Comico Musicale and played various roles on stage.
She was cast by Fellini, who picked her after seeing her photographs, in the radio plays he was writing at the time.
1943
By 1943, Masina was gaining notice as a radio actress working beside some popular figures of those years.
Her first job was Terziglio, a radio serial written by Fellini. It was about a young married couple and Masina played 'Pallina', the wife. Masina and Fellini fell in love. On 30 October 1943, they wed. Despite distancing herself from live theater, Masina did return to the university stage for some time acting with Marcello Mastroianni.
Several months after her marriage to Fellini, in 1943, Masina suffered a miscarriage after falling down a flight of stairs.
She became pregnant again; Pierfederico (nicknamed Federichino) was born on 22 March 1945, but died from encephalitis a month later on 24 April. Masina and Fellini did not have another child.
1951
Her last stage appearance was in 1951.
Working together with her husband, Masina made the transition to on-screen acting. Half of her Italian films, the most successful ones, were either written or directed by her husband. Masina made her film debut in an uncredited role in Rossellini's Paisà (1946), credit for the script being given to Fellini. She received her first screen credit in Lattuada's Without Pity (1948), which was another adaptation by Fellini and played opposite John Kitzmiller.
1954
In 1954, she starred with Anthony Quinn in Fellini's La Strada, playing the abused stooge of Quinn's travelling circus strongman.
1957
In 1957, she won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival for her portrayal of the title role in Fellini's Nights of Cabiria.
She played a prostitute who endures life's tragedies and disappointments with both innocence and resilience.
1960
In 1960, Masina's career was damaged by the critical and box office failure of The High Life.
Subsequently, she became dedicated almost entirely to her personal life and marriage. Nonetheless, she again worked with Fellini in Juliet of the Spirits (1965), which earned both the New York Film Critics award (1965) and the Golden Globe award (1966) for Best Foreign Language Film.
1969
In 1969, Masina did her first work in English in The Madwoman of Chaillot which starred Katharine Hepburn.
After almost two decades, during which she worked sporadically only in television, Masina appeared in Fellini's Ginger and Fred (1986). She then rejected outside offers in order to attend to her husband's precarious health. Her last film was Bertucelli's A Day to Remember (1991). In the late 1960s, Masina hosted a popular radio show, Lettere aperte, in which she addressed correspondence from her listeners. The letters were eventually published in a book. From the 1970s on, she appeared on television. Two performances, in Eleonora (1973) and Camilla (1976), respectively, were particularly acclaimed.
1994
Masina died from lung cancer on 23 March 1994 at age 73, five months after her husband's death on 31 October 1993.
For her funeral, she requested that trumpeter Mauro Maur play "La Strada" by Nino Rota. She and her husband are buried together at Rimini cemetery in a tomb marked by a prow-shaped monument, the work of sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro.
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