Knowledge Identifier: +Roberto_Rossellini
Mario Bava - Bava became a cinematographer in his own right in 1939, shooting two short films with Roberto Rossellini
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.
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"
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"
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
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
Journey to Italy - "'Journey to Italy"', known as "'Voyage to Italy"', is a 1954 drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini
Sandra Milo - Her first major role came in 1959 thanks to the producer Moris Ergas, in "Il generale della Rovere", directed by Roberto Rossellini
Vanina Vanini (film) - "'Vanina Vanini"' known as "'The Betrayer"' is a 1961 Italian drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini
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"
Blaise Pascal - Roberto Rossellini directed a filmed biopic which originally aired on Italian television in 1971
Ciro Ippolito - In 1972 he participated in the film "Augustine of Hippo" of Roberto Rossellini with whom he worked as assistant director
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