Rossellini


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 (rô′sə-lē′nē, rŏs′ə-, rōs′sĕ-), Roberto 1906-1977.
Italian filmmaker noted for the stylistic simplicity and realism of such films as Rome, Open City (1945).

Rossellini

(rɒsəˈliːnɪ)
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(Biography) Roberto. 1906–77, Italian film director. His films include Rome, Open City (1945), Paisà (1946), and L'Amore (1948)
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ITALIAN actress Isabella Rossellini, 65, is to front a Lancome cosmetics campaign - 12 years after they fired her for being too old.
At that time Bergman had been married to a Swedish doctor and had a daughter with him, but her love for Rossellini was so strong that she left them both behind to be with him.
Esta investigacion analiza la fortuna critica en la prensa espanola de dos films paradigmaticos de la modernidad cinematografica: Roma, ciudad abierta (Roma citta aperta, 1945) y Te querre siempre (Viaggio in Italia, Rossellini, 1954).
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Abstract: This essay analyzes the perfectioning of neo-realism Rossellini was able to realize beginning with Germany, Year Zero in 1947--towards a new wave of cinema and a new age in representing European identities and cultural landscapes.
Now in a bold experiment, it's launching the first European talent-competition show dedicated to photography, with Isabella Rossellini as host.
With daughter Isabella Rossellini serving as co-editor, this book boasts more than 350 photos--some from Bergman's private collection--an introduction by her co-star and friend Liv Ullmann, a lengthy Bergman interview and texts by various acquaintances.
PARIS (AFP) - Italian-US actress Isabella Rossellini will head the jury for the sideline Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival next month, organisers announced on Friday.
More controversially, Ingrid Bergman left her husband and had an affair with Roberto Rossellini, her director in "Stromboli," which produced stellar offspring like Isabella Rossellini, an actress and luminous beauty in her own right.
In one analysis after another, scholars see a connection between the film's form and its content, considering the way Rossellini uses humble style to represent a humble saint.