ITALIAN NEOREALISM (1944-1952). Major figures: Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica, Cesare Zavattini, Luchino Visconti, Giuseppe De Santis, Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Federico Fellini (transition). Neorealism became famous globally in 1946 with Roberto Rossellini's Rome, Open City. Neorealist films often feature children in major roles, though their characters are frequently more observational than participatory.

The Bicycle Thieves - dir Vittorio de sica - italian neo realism - and a really timeless and gorgeous film - poverty, identity,

Italian Neorealism Cinema Series by Oliver Lo, via Behance

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Giulietta Masina (February 22, 1921 - March 23, 1994) Italian actress (the movie; La Strada).

the Italian actress (& wife of Federico Fellini) Giulietta Masina in Fellini's "La Strada" via filmmaker IQ

Italian neorealism in NY Lincoln Center

by Sandy Mandelberger, North American Editor It doesn’t get much better than this….the Film Society of Lincoln Center , which presents t.

Lucia Bosé

Lucia Bosè, born Lucia Borloni January is an Italian who was at the height of her fame during the period of Italian Neorealism, the and She is the mother of famous Spanish singer Miguel Bosé.

Italian Neorealism: Top 10 best movies including Rome Open City

Italian Neorealism: Top 10 best movies including Rome Open City

Italian Neorealism at Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, 18 January - 26 February 2012.

An exhibition at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow highlights Italian Neorealism in Photography from the

UNO. FOOD & PARTY BARBranding for a city bar with Italian cuisine. Inspired by the Italian neorealism and minimalism 60s of the 20th century.

FOOD & PARTY BARBranding for a city bar with Italian cuisine. Inspired by the Italian neorealism and minimalism of the century.

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An exhibition at the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow highlights Italian Neorealism in Photography from the

Giulietta Masina on the set of La Strada (1954, dir. Federico Fellini) (via)  “Mr. Fellini says that his wife sometime resists his view of her talents, which he summarizes as ‘a mingling of youngish and clownish.’ But make no mistake: in suggesting that his wife is a clown, Mr. Fellini means no insult. ‘The clown is the aristocracy of acting,’ he says. ‘To be a clown means to have the possibility of making people cry and laugh.’”

Giulietta Masina on the set of Federico Fellini's La Strada, 1954

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How to Use Tints and Shades in Your Designs

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