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Mauro Bolognini Biography

  • Profession: Director, Screenwriter
  • Born: Jun 28, 1922
  • Died: May 14, 2001

An assistant director to [[Performer~P117814~Luigi Zampa~luigizampa]] in Italy and [[Performer~P79354~Yves Allegret~yvesallégret]] and [[Performer~P87393~Jean Delannoy~jeandelannoy]] in France, he began helming features in the mid 1950s, and had his first international success with [[Feature~V148622~Gli Innamorati~gliinnamorati]] (aka [[Feature~V148622~Wild Love~gliinnamorati]]); his other notable work of the '50s include [[Feature~V27959~La Notte Brava~lanottebrava]] and Il Bell'Antonio, both written by [[Performer~P105725~Pier Paolo Pasolini~pierpaolopasolini]]. A witty director of short episodes for such memorable 1960s anthology films as [[Feature~V113518~I Tre Volti~itrevolti]] and [[Feature~V117281~Le Streghe~lestreghe]] (aka The Witches), Bolognini's later feature work includes [[Feature~V139692~Mademoiselle De Maupin~madamigelladimaupin]] and [[Feature~V62935~Fatti Di Gente Per Bene~fattidigenteperbene]] (aka La Grande Bourgeoise). Most recently he has helmed the Italian television miniseries [[Feature~V50034~A Time Of Indifference~gliindifferenti]]. ~ Rovi