Ingrid Rossellini
Italian college professor
Ingrid Rossellini
Ingrid Rossellini is a daughter of actress Ingrid Bergman and director Roberto Rossellini. Rossellini received a BS, MA and Ph. D in Italian Literature from Columbia University in New York City, New York. While obtaining her doctorate, she studied under Maristella Lorch and Luciano Rebay. In 1976, Rossellini served as a makeup artist in her mother's film A Matter of Time. In 1995 Leo S.
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Three Candidates Vying for the Seat
NYTimes - over 7 years
Cyrus R. Vance Jr. AGE 55 QUICK HITS Worked as a Manhattan prosecutor from 1982 through 1988. He specialized in white-collar criminal defense for private firms in Seattle and New York. His father was secretary of state under President Jimmy Carter. ENDORSEMENTSRobert M. Morgenthau, Gloria Steinem, David Dinkins, United Federation of Teachers. MONEY
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District Attorney Bid Fueled by Ambitious Agenda and Rising Profile
NYTimes - over 7 years
He paced before the subway entrance at 72nd Street and Broadway, the crisp crosswinds tugging his hair. Early-morning commuters trickled toward him in spurts, and, as if in a game of sharks and minnows, he methodically pounced. ''Hi, sir, Richard Aborn,'' he would say, extending his hand. Some twisted their bodies and kept their heads down like
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; A Tribute to Cinema's Great Neorealist Talking Belly at 100
NYTimes - almost 11 years
The groundbreaking Italian director Roberto Rossellini was born 100 years ago today, which makes him sound like a dusty relic. Yet he learned firsthand the perils of the age of celebrity in 1949, when Ingrid Bergman (married to someone else) became pregnant with his child, the couple's fame turned to infamy and they were effectively exiled from
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Arts, Briefly; Rossellini Twins Feud Over Film Homage
NYTimes - almost 11 years
A film tribute to Roberto Rossellini, the Italian neorealist director, has divided his twin daughters, Isabella and Ingrid. Isabella Rossellini wrote and narrates the short documentary, which was directed by Guy Maddin and will be shown tomorrow at the Tribeca Film Festival in honor of the centennial of the director's birth. (He died in 1977.) In
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BOLDFACE NAMES
NYTimes - over 13 years
But Does It Have Legs? Warner Home Video celebrated the 60th anniversary of a low-budget movie at Lincoln Center on Monday night -- something having to do with a cynical American running a cafe in Morocco, a movie called, we believe, ''Casablanca.'' The little-known flick stars HUMPHREY BOGART and INGRID BERGMAN. It's being released in a new
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ARTS BRIEFING
NYTimes - over 13 years
HIGHLIGHTS BOULDER, COLO.: TICKETING COMPANY SUES TICKETMASTER -- A company that sells tickets for the rock band String Cheese Incident has filed a lawsuit against Ticketmaster for unfair business practices, the Associated Press reports. In a federal suit SCI Ticketing accuses Ticketmaster, owned by InterActiveCorp, of unfairly monopolizing the
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A Symbol Of Beauty Unadorned
NYTimes - almost 20 years
YOU would have thought it was a man striding through the door of the Mark Hotel on the Upper East Side. Men's Industria suit with wide shoulders, a man's shirt with unpressed collar, sensible men's shoes, hair in a near-crew cut. But the face was soft and round, the skin delicate, the hazel eyes doelike. Seemingly in drag, it was Isabella
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THE EVENING HOURS
NYTimes - almost 34 years
THIS week's social events ranged from small family seders c elebrating Passover to black-tie dinner-dances for charitable c auses. It was the week the circus came to town, as did Princess C aroline of Monaco. The Monacans kept a low profile. Caroline and her brother, Prince Albert, had a quiet lunch of barbecued ribs and chicken one day at Rachel's
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ingrid Rossellini
    FORTIES
  • 1995
    Age 42
    In 1995 Leo S. Olschki Editore, an Italian publisher of literary criticism, published her dissertation, an analysis of Petrarch's Il Canzoniere, in the book Nel Trapassar del Segno: Idoli della Mente ed Echi della Vita nei 'Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta'.
    More Details Hide Details Rossellini has taught Italian literature at both New York University, where she is an adjunct professor, and at State University of New York at Stony Brook. She has also taught World War II Italian cinema at Princeton University and literature of social reflection at Harvard University. http://www.italianacademy.columbia.edu/events/film_series_sp02.htm For her Italian cinema classes, she lectures on the Italian Neorealism of her father's works, emphasizing his later work for Italian television. Rossellini is the twin sister of actress Isabella Rossellini. She also has a brother, Renato Roberto "Robin" Rossellini, a half-sister, Pia Lindström, half brother Renzo Rossellini, and two children, Francesca Aborn and Tommaso Rossellini.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 23
    In 1976, Rossellini served as a makeup artist in her mother's film A Matter of Time.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1952
    Born
    Born on June 18, 1952.
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