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Glossary occupies with the Italian Neoralism film school.

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Anna Magnani was een Italiaans actrice geboren in Rome in 1908. Haar eerste rol in dramafilm films was in Rossellini van Rome, Open stad, waar ze gaf een briljante prestaties. Ze had andere ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film studies

Centro Sperimentale yra Mussolini filmų valstybės subsidijuojama mokykla kur kino režisierių sužinojo, kad filmų rasite gerai įrengtas studijas kad Mussolini skatinamas (kompleksas vadinamas ir ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film studies

Фільм дві жінки (присвоює La Ciociara) була адаптована представництвом де Сіка та Чезаре Zavattini з роману того ж назви, написані Альберто Моравії. Cesira та її 13-річна дочка, Rosetta, тікати від ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film titles

It is the final film of Rossellini's War Trilogy made in 1948, taking place in postwar Germany. As in many neorealist films, Rossellini used mainly local, non-professional actors. He filmed on ...

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Luchino Visconti was an Italian theatre, opera and cinema director, as well as a screenwriter. He began his filmmaking career as an assistant director on Jean Renoir's Toni (1935) and Partie de ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film studies

Anna Magnani was an Italian actress born in Rome in 1908. Her first role in neorealist films was in Rossellini's Rome, Open City, where she gave a brilliant performance. She had other collaborations ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film studies

The film Two Women (It. La Ciociara) was adapted by De Sica and Cesare Zavattini from the novel of the same name written by Alberto Moravia. Cesira and her 13-year-old daughter, Rosetta, flee from ...

Domain: Cinema; Category: Film titles

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