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Bernardo Bertolucci

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Bernardo Bertolucci

Italian film director and screenwriteradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1940.

Countries: Italy (37%), France (18%), United States (15%)

Main connections: The Dreamers (film), Eva Green, Liliana Cavani

 

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Bernardo Bertolucci was born in 1940 add something


1949

The Last Emperor became the first western film made in China and about the country to be produced with full Chinese government cooperation since 1949. add something


1952

Tonino Cervi - He made his debut as a film producer in 1952, with "La Peccatrice dell'isola" by Sergio_Corbucci; among others, he produced works of Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini, Bernardo Bertolucci, Mauro_Bolognini, Francesco Rosi, Mario Monicelli


1958

With this goal in mind, he attended the Faculty of Modern Literature of the University of Rome from 1958 to 1961. add something


1962

In 1962, at the age of 22, he directed his first feature film, produced by Tonino Cervi with a screenplay by Pier Paolo Pasolini, called La commare secca. add something


1970

Red Harvest - In the early 1970s, Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci considered filming an adaptation of the novel and wrote a first draft infused with political themes typical of his work

 

Dominique Sanda - She appeared in such noted European films of the 1970s as Vittorio de Sica's "Il Giardino dei Finzi-Contini", Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Conformist" and "Novecento", and Liliana Cavani's "Beyond Good and Evil"

 

Liliana Cavani - She belongs to a generation of Italian filmmakers that came into prominence in the 1970s and includes Bernardo Bertolucci, Pier_Paolo_Pasolini and Marco Bellochio


1972

Bertolucci became famous in 1972, with the "scandalous" film Last Tango in Paris, with Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, Jean-Pierre Leaud and Massimo Girotti, where sex is portrayed as the only possible answer, but not definite, to the conformity surrounding the characters; the protagonists in this film are, as they will be in many of the films to come, unstable beings, whose only way out is transgression. add something

 

Massimo Girotti - In 1972, he was in Bernardo Bertolucci's "Last Tango in Paris"


1974

Victor Cavallo - He started his acting carrier on stage in 1974, in cinema worked for directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci and Francesca Archibugi


1975

Roberto Benigni - In 1975, Benigni had his first theatrical success with "Cioni Mario di Gaspare fu Giulia", written by Giuseppe Bertolucci


1976

Donald Sutherland - He won acclaim for his performance in the Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci's 1976 epic film 1900 and as the conflicted father in the Academy *award-winning family drama "Ordinary People" alongside Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton

 

Francesca Bertini - In 1976 Bernardo Bertolucci was able to convince her to emerge from her stubborn silence, accepting a role in his movie Novecento

 

Robert De Niro - In 1976, De Niro appeared, along with Gerard Depardieu and Donald Sutherland, in Bernardo Bertolucci's epic biographical exploration of life in Italy before World War II, Novecento, seen through the eyes of two Italian childhood friends at the opposite sides of society's hierarchy.


1977

Roberto Benigni - His first film was 1977's "Berlinguer ti voglio bene", by Bertolucci


1978

In 1978, he married Clare Peploe, a British screenwriter who has since directed a few films as well. add something


1980

Man's Fate - The Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci proposed adapting the film in the 1980s to the Chinese government; they preferred his alternative proposal, "The Last Emperor", a 1987 biopic based on the life of the Chinese Emperor Puyi


1981

Ugo Tognazzi - Cannes Film Festival - In 1981 he won the Best Male Actor *award at the Cannes Film Festival for "La tragedia di un uomo ridicolo", directed by Bernardo Bertolucci


1982

In Rome , Bertolucci and Warren Beatty talked in great detail about the film, and in 1982 Bertolucci left Europe for Los Angeles where he was to shoot Red Harvest, but five years went by and the film was never made. add something


1987

In 1987, Bertolucci directed the epic The Last Emperor, a biographical film telling the life story of Aisin-Gioro Puyi, the last Emperor of China. add something

 

The 1987 epic The Last Emperor allowed Bertolucci to influence politics both through his characters and through the act of making the film itself. add something

 

Vivian Wu - Wu made her first film appearance in 1987, as Wenxiu in Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Last Emperor"

 

The Last Emperor - "'The Last Emperor"' is a 1987 biographical film about the life of Puyi, the last Emperor of China, whose autobiography was the basis for the screenplay written by Mark Peploe and Bernardo Bertolucci


1988

Jeremy Thomas - He was the producer of Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Last Emperor", which won the 1988 Academy *award for Best Picture


1989

Amina Annabi - In 1989 she played a supporting role in the film "Maman" and in 1990 she worked with Bernardo Bertolucci for his movie "The Sheltering Sky"


1991

Alan Greenberg (film director) - He served as a special unit photographer on the films "Cape Fear" by Martin Scorsese and "1900", by Bernardo Bertolucci


1992

His only experience as an actor was in the film Golem-The Spirit of Exile directed by Amos Gitai in 1992. add something

 

Carlo Cecchi - In 1992, he returned to cinema in "The Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician" by Mario Martone, and later worked for directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Pupi_Avati, Ferzan Özpetek


1993

Little Buddha - "'Little Buddha"' is a 1993 Italian-French-British drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and starring Chris Isaak, Bridget Fonda and Keanu Reeves as Prince Siddhartha


1996

He filmed Stealing Beauty in 1996, The Dreamers in 2003, which describes the political passions and sexual revolutions of two siblings in Paris in 1968. add something

 

Stealing Beauty - "'Stealing Beauty"' is a 1996 drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and starring Liv Tyler, Joseph Fiennes, Jeremy Irons, Sinéad Cusack, and Rachel Weisz


2002

Eva Green - In 2002, Green had her film debut, when director Bernardo Bertolucci cast her in the role of Isabelle in "The Dreamers" , which involved her in extensive full frontal nude scenes and graphic sex scenes


2003

Eva Green - Green performed in theatre before making her film debut in 2003 in Bernardo Bertolucci's controversial film, "The Dreamers"

 

Sobranie - In Bernardo Bertolucci's 2003 movie "The Dreamers ", the character Isabelle played by Eva Green smokes pink Sobranie cocktail cigarettes

 

The Dreamers (film) - "'The Dreamers"' is a 2003 romantic drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci


2007

In 2007 he received the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Film Festival for his life's work, and in 2011 he received the Palma d'Oro at the Cannes Film Festival. add something


2012

The screenplay for the movie was written by Bertolucci himself, Umberto Contarello and Niccolò Ammaniti, and expected to release late 2012. add something


2013

Bertolucci appeared on the Radio Four programme Front Row on April 29 2013, where he chose La Dolce Vita for the "Cultural Exchange" add something

 

In 2013, Bertolucci expressed regret at his treatment of Schneider, add something

 

He has been announced as the President of the Jury at the 70th Venice International Film Festival to be held in September 2013 add something


2016

In 2016 Bertolucci released a statement where he clarified that Schneider had known of the violence to be depicted in the scene, but had not been told about the use of butter add something


2018

In April 2018, in an interview with the Italian edition of Vanity Fair, Bertolucci announced that he is preparing a new film add something

 

Bertolucci died in Rome on 26 November 2018, at the age of 77 of cancer add something