| Anchise Brizzi|| Cinematographer|
| 5 October 1887 (1887-10-05) Poppi, Arezzo|
February 29, 1964, Rome, Italy
Shoeshine, Othello, 1860, Mister Max, The Return of Don C
Ubaldo Arata, GR Aldo, Cesare Giulio Viola, Alessandro Cicognini, Paolo William Tamburella
Anchise Brizzi Wikipedia
Anchise Brizzi (5 October 1887 – 29 February 1964) was an Italian cinematographer.
Born in Poppi, Arezzo, Brizzi attended the regio istituto tecnico, specializing in optics and photography, then entered the cinema industry in the early 1910s. He won the best cinematography award at the 1948 Locarno International Film Festival for the film The Charterhouse of Parma directed by Christian-Jaque. He worked as cinematographer in more than 100 productions, including Vittorio De Sica's Shoeshine, Orson Welles' Othello, Alessandro Blasetti's 1860, Gregory Ratoff's Black Magic, Mario Camerini's Il signor Max.