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Roberto Rossellini

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Roberto Rossellini

Italian film director and screenwriter add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1906.

Countries: Italy (45%), United States (17%), France (15%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Ingrid Bergman, Vittorio De Sica, Federico Fellini

Linked to: Rice University, Yale University, Wesleyan University

 

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Roberto Rossellini was born in 1906 add something


1922

He lived on the Via Ludovisi, where Benito Mussolini had his first Roman hotel in 1922 when Fascism obtained power in Italy add something


1936

On 26 September 1936, he married Marcella De Marchis , a costume designer add something


1937

In 1937, Rossellini made his first documentary, "Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune" add something


1939

Mario Bava - Bava became a cinematographer in his own right in 1939, shooting two short films with Roberto Rossellini


1940

In 1940 he was called to assist Francesco De Robertis on "Uomini sul Fondo" add something

 

Cactus Flower (film) - After the 1940s, Bergman had moved to Europe and pursued a relationship with director Roberto Rossellini, diminishing her appeal to US audiences

 

Carlo Lizzani - Born in Rome , after World War II Lizzani worked on such notable films of the late 1940s as Roberto Rossellini's "Germany Year Zero", Alberto Lattuada's "The Mill on the Po" and Giuseppe De Santis' "Bitter Rice"

 

Jacques Rivette - Rivette championed American directors of the 1940s and 1950s, specifically the work of Howard Hawks, John Ford, Nicholas Ray, Robert Aldrich and Fritz Lang, as well as international directors such as Roberto Rossellini and Kenji Mizoguchi


1942

Michelangelo Antonioni - In 1942, Antonioni co-wrote Un pilota ritorna with Roberto Rossellini and worked as assistant director on Enrico Fulchignoni's I due Foscari.


1943

The Fascist regime collapsed in 1943 and just two months after the liberation of Rome , Rossellini was already preparing the anti-fascist "Roma città aperta" add something

 

Alexander Mackendrick - In 1943, he became the director of the film unit and approved the production of the classic Rossellini film, "Rome, Open City"


1946

Dots Johnson - He was best known for his roles as the American MP in Roberto Rossellini's 1946 feature "Paisan" and as the boxing manager in the 1953 production "The Joe Louis Story"

 

Italian neorealism - Neorealism became famous globally in 1946 with Roberto Rossellini's "Rome, Open City", when it won the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival as the first major film produced in Italy after the war


1948

The Human Voice - In 1948, Roberto Rossellini directed the anthology film "L'Amore" which had two segments, "Il Miracolo" and "Una Voce Umana", the latter based on Cocteau's play


1949

Ingrid Bergman - In 1949, Bergman wrote to Rossellini, expressing this admiration and suggesting that she make a film with him


1950

Given the climate of the 1950s this led to a huge scandal in India as well as Hollywood add something

 

Rossellini and De Marchis separated in 1950 add something

 

Bosley Crowther - Crowther was an advocate of foreign-language films in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly those of Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio_De_Sica, Ingmar Bergman, and Federico Fellini

 

Ingrid Bergman - In 1950, after a decade of stardom in American films, she starred in the Italian film "Stromboli", which led to a love affair with director Roberto Rossellini while they were both already married

 

The Flowers of St. Francis - "'The Flowers of St. Francis"' is a 1950 film directed by Roberto Rossellini and co-written by Federico Fellini

 

Ingrid Bergman - Bergman and Rossellini were married on 24 May 1950


1953

La Strada - Not long afterwards, Quinn spent the evening with Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman, and after dinner they watched Fellini's 1953 Italian comedy-drama "I Vitelloni"


1954

Journey to Italy - "'Journey to Italy"', known as "'Voyage to Italy"', is a 1954 drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini


1956

Ingrid Bergman - The affair and marriage with Rossellini created a scandal that forced her to remain in Europe until 1956, when she made a successful Hollywood return in "Anastasia", for which she won her second Academy *award, as well as the forgiveness of her fans


1957

In 1957, Jawaharlal Nehru, the Indian Prime Minister at the time, invited him to India to make the documentary "India" and put some life into the floundering Indian Films Division add something

 

Rossellini married Sonali Das Gupta in 1957 and adopted her young son Arjun, renamed Gil Rossellini add something

 

Jacques Rivette - After having a script rejected by Roberto Rossellini in 1957, Rivette and collaborator Jean Gruault revised their story based on Rossellini's criticisms and wrote a new film


1959

Sandra Milo - Her first major role came in 1959 thanks to the producer Moris Ergas, in "Il generale della Rovere", directed by Roberto Rossellini


1960

Renato Salvatori - He started off handsomely as a romantic juvenile actor but after working with the powerful likes of directors Luchino Visconti, Roberto Rossellini and Vittorio De Sica in the 1960s, turned into one of Italy's strongest characters actors of grim, harrowing drama


1961

Gianna Galli - In 1961 Galli created the role of Catherine in the world premiere of Roberto Rossellini's "Uno sguardo dal ponte",which was based on Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge", at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

 

Vanina Vanini (film) - "'Vanina Vanini"' known as "'The Betrayer"' is a 1961 Italian drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini


1963

Truffaut noted in his 1963 essay, "Roberto Rossellini Prefers Real Life" that Rossellini's influence in France particularly among the directors who would become part of the "nouvelle vague" was so great that he was in every sense, "the father of the French New Wave" add something


1966

Louis XIV of France - While The Taking of Power by Louis XIV, directed by Roberto Rossellini in 1966, shows Louis's rise to power after the death of Cardinal Mazarin, Le Roi Danse , directed by Gérard Corbiau in 2000, reveals Louis through the eyes of Jean-Baptiste Lully, his court musician


1971

In 1971, Rice University in Houston, Texas, invited Rossellini to help establish a Media Center add something

 

Blaise Pascal - Roberto Rossellini directed a filmed biopic which originally aired on Italian television in 1971


1972

Ciro Ippolito - In 1972 he participated in the film "Augustine of Hippo" of Roberto Rossellini with whom he worked as assistant director


1973

In 1973, he was invited to teach at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, where he taught a one-semester course entitled "The Essential Image add something


1976

Renzo Rossellini (producer) - At Christmas 1976, five months before dying, Roberto Rossellini writes to his son Renzo a letter, which is both a summary of their relationship and a concise Roberto's spiritual testament


1977

Roberto Rossellini died of a heart attack aged 71 in 1977 add something


Roberto Rossellini died in 1977 add something


1991

New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991 add something