Renzo Rossellini
Film producer, Screenwriter
Renzo Rossellini
Renzo Rossellini is an Italian film producer and screenwriter, son of Roberto Rossellini. He has produced 64 films since 1964. He directed a segment of the film Love at Twenty, which was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival and produced Orchestra Rehearsal with Federico Fellini.
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Sicilia: suggestivi momenti "Per le Antiche Scale" di Castellammare del Golfo - AgoraVox Italia
Google News - over 5 years
... socio fondatore della Rossellini Film con Renzo Rossellini, figlio del grande regista Roberto Rossellini, e Laura Aprati giornalista, autrice televisiva e cinematografica, che tra le altre cose collabora alla storica trasmissione di Gigi Marzullo
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Sperlonga festeggia l'Unità d'Italia - Online-News
Google News - over 5 years
A seguire alle 21, il film “Viva l'Italia” del regista Renzo Rossellini, del 1960. Il giorno seguente, alle 18.15 un interessante convegno dal titolo “Tra storia e memoria nazionale: la battaglia di Lepanto”, presentato da Giacomo di Raimo,
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La Cité des femmes & Et vogue le navire - Les Inrocks
Google News - over 5 years
Les DVD En bonus, une présentation de La Cité des femmes par des critiques et producteur italiens (Renzo Rossellini, l'un des fils de Roberto), et des interviews affectueuses du scénariste Tonino Guerra, qui imagina Et vogue le navire… avec Fellini,
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Autori e premiati di ..incostieraamalfitana.it 2011 - italiah24.it
Google News - over 5 years
... Simonetta Matone, magistrato; Antonella Martinelli, co-autrice di “Porta a porta”, Renzo Rossellini, produttore cinematografico, Emilio Albertario, caporedattore del TG2, Paolo Di Giannantonio, giornalista RAI, Fabrizio Failla, inviato RAI Sport,
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Premio Letterario, incostieraamalfitana.it 2011, 26 scrittori - Positanonews
Google News - almost 6 years
... Simonetta Matone, magistrato; Antonella Martinelli, co-autrice di “Porta a porta”, Renzo Rossellini, produttore cinematografico, Emilio Albertario, caporedattore del TG2, Paolo Di Giannantonio, giornalista RAI, Fabrizio Failla, inviato RAI Sport,
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Parte da Roma "...incostieraamalfitana.it" 2011 - Blogosfere (Blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
... Simonetta Matone, magistrato; Antonella Martinelli, co-autrice di "Porta a porta", Renzo Rossellini, produttore cinematografico, Emilio Albertario, caporedattore del TG2, Paolo Di Giannantonio, giornalista RAI, Fabrizio Failla, inviato RAI Sport,
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Drame passionnel - aVoir-aLire
Google News - almost 6 years
Le générique fait retentir les accords implacables de la musique de Renzo Rossellini sur l'image d'un train qui avance dans une campagne déserte et le récit en flashback fait par une voyageuse à la jeune femme désespérée que la caméra a suivi dans le
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Marie-France Pisier Dies: THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT, François Truffaut's New ... - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Co-directed by Truffaut, Shintaro Ishihara, Marcel Ophüls, Renzo Rossellini, and Andrzej Wajda, Love at 20 wasn't exactly a highlight of any of the directors' careers. Truffaut, however, perhaps identifying with Antoine a little too much,
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Ayn Rand Adaptation By Italian
NYTimes - about 28 years
Made in Italy during World War II, at first approved by the Fascists and then banned from theaters, ''We the Living'' has lost its political urgency. But it has gained historical interest, not to mention unintended kitsch. Seeing Rossano Brazzi play an aristocratic White Russian, standing in the fakest snow that wartime supplies could buy, may be
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Film Festival; 'Joan' and 'Human Voice,' From Roberto Rossellini
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: THE 10th anniversary of the death of Roberto Rossellini, the master innovator of the Italian cinema, will be marked by the New York Film Festival tonight at 9:15 with the retrospective showing of two films virtually unknown in this country. THE 10th anniversary of the death of Roberto Rossellini, the master innovator of the Italian cinema,
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FILM: DE SICA'S 'CHILDREN,' FROM '42
NYTimes - over 30 years
IN 1942, four years before he made ''Shoeshine,'' his first neo-realist success, Vittorio De Sica directed ''The Children Are Watching Us'' (''I Bambini Ci Guardano''), based on a novel by Cesare Giulio Viola, who was also to contribute to ''Shoeshine.'' ''The Children Are Watching Us'' now looks very tame and conventional. However, considering the
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'NUIT DE VARENNES,' SPOT OF FRENCH HISTORY
NYTimes - about 34 years
THE great historical pageant that is Ettore Scola's ''La Nuit de Varennes'' unfolds with supreme ease. It begins with a series of casual coincidences and weaves them brilliantly into a vision of one of the most important moments in French history, a vision not the least bit limited by the specifics of its place and time. The time is the French
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Renzo Rossellini, Composer; Monte Carlo Orchestra Aide
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Renzo Rossellini, the Italian composer who wrote operas, symphonies and scores for films, died today at Princess Grace Hospital after a heart attack. He was 74 years old. Mr. Rossellini had lived in this Mediterranean principality since 1960. He was a close friend of the royal family in Monte Carlo and was honorary president of the local orchestra.
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A 1960 ROSSELLINI HAS NEW YORK PREMIERE
NYTimes - almost 35 years
IN ''Era Notte a Roma''(''It Was Night in Rome''), made in 1960, the late Roberto Rossellini was returning to the tumultuous time in recent Italian history - the fall of Mussolini and the last days of World War II - that had provided the material for two of his bestknown works, the neorealistic ''Open City'' (1945) and ''Paisan'' (1946). ''Era
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