Matt Cimber
Italian film director
Matt Cimber
Matt Cimber is an Italian-American film producer, director and writer. He was the last husband of Jayne Mansfield, who was the mother of his son, Antonio Raphael (Tony). Cimber directed her on stage and in one movie, Single Room Furnished (1968). They divorced about one year before her death. Cimber has been nominated for the Razzie Award three times all for Butterfly in 1982 as Worst Director, Worst Writer (shared with John Goff) and Worst Picture.
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Curso de Cinema com Matt Cimber na Universidade - Algarve Central
Google News - over 5 years
Matt Cimber vai dar um curso de realização e argumento na Universidade do Algarve durante Outubro próximo. Este curso tem 20 vagas disponíveis, podendo os alunos desenvolver e concretizar as suas ideias, produzindo curtas-metragens sob a direcção do
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Curso de cinema com Matt Cimber na Universidade do Algarve - Região Sul
Google News - over 5 years
Matt Cimber vai dar um curso de realização e argumento na Universidade do Algarve durante o próximo mês de Outubro. Este curso tem 20 vagas disponíveis, podendo os alunos desenvolver e concretizar as suas ideias, produzindo curtas-metragens sob a
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Cineasta Matt Cimber leciona curso de realização e argumento na UAlg - Região Sul
Google News - over 5 years
O cineasta norte-americano Matt Cimber vai dar um curso de realização e argumento na Universidade do Algarve (UAlg) durante o próximo mês de outubro, durante o qual os alunos poderão produzir curtas-metragens sob a direcção do realizador
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Flim in Review; Miriam
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Opens today in Manhattan. Directed by Matt Cimber 122 minutes The events recounted in ''Miriam'' are horrific, and the story behind it is moving. Matt Cimber made this World War II drama after his friend Max Guefen told him about his cousin Miriam's struggle to survive in German-occupied Lithuania, where her family was robbed, brutalized and
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REJOICE! A BONANZA OF GOOD-BAD MOVIES
NYTimes - about 35 years
The moviegoing public is in luck. ''Butterfly'' is on hand, for those who like their melodramas tawdry and their heroines even more so. And this is also the season of ''Making Love,'' the story of a boy, a girl, another boy, and their unfailingly well-appointed offices and homes. ''Making Love'' is by far the better and more enjoyable of the two,
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PIA ZADORA IN CAIN'S 'BUTTERFLY'
NYTimes - about 35 years
''BUTTERFLY,'' James M. Cain's once-shocking 1946 novel about a humorless, God-fearing Appalachian coal miner named Jess Tyler who has an incestuous relationship with his nymphet daughter, has been turned into a most entertainingly sleazy melodrama, the very secondrateness of which defines an essential quality missing last year from Bob Rafelson's
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HOLLYWOOD'S LONG-RUNNING ROMANCE WITH JAMES M. CAIN
NYTimes - almost 36 years
James M. Cain is talking to us again - metaphorically, of course - and many filmmakers are listening. In fact, the newest version of ''The Postman Always Rings Twice,'' directed by Bob Rafelson, is only the first of what appear to be several serious attempts to raise Cain. ''The Butterfly,'' a story written by Cain in 1947 and never filmed, reached
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Matt Cimber
    FIFTIES
  • 1982
    Age 52
    Climber has been nominated for the Razzie Award three times all for Butterfly in 1982 as Worst Director, Worst Writer (shared with John Goff) and Worst Picture.
    More Details Hide Details The film garnered a total of ten Worst nominations. Even Orson Welles, one of the most accomplished actors ever, was nominated as Worst Supporting Actor under Cimber's direction. Pia Zadora, who starred as Kady in the film, financed by her husband Meshulam Riklis, won Razzie Awards for Worst Actress and Worst New Star. Ed McMahon also won for Worst Supporting Actor.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 24
    Cimber married Jane Baldera in 1954. They had two children, Kathie (b. 1956) and Venico (b. 1959). They divorced in 1963. He later married Jayne Mansfield in 1965, they have one son, Antonio ("Tony", b. 1965). They divorced in 1966.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1929
    Born
    Born in 1929.
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