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Years active  1947–1982
Name  Brunello Rondi

Role  Writer
Siblings  Gian Luigi Rondi
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Born  November 26, 1924 (1924-11-26) Tirano, Italy
Occupation  Film director and script writer
Died  November 7, 1989, Rome, Italy
Parents  Maria Virginia Gariboldi, Umberto Rondi, Girolamo Nasalli
Nephews  Joel Umberto Rondi Nasalli, Francesco Saverio Rondi Nasalli
Movies  La Dolce Vita, The Demon, 8½, Smooth Velvet - Raw Silk, Valerie Inside Outside
Similar People  Federico Fellini, Tullio Pinelli, Ennio Flaiano, Piero Gherardi, Paolo Heusch

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Brunello Rondi (26 November 1924 – 7 November 1989) was a prolific Italian screen writer and film director best known for his frequent script collaborations with Federico Fellini.

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His brother, Gian Luigi Rondi, is an Italian film critic.

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Le Sorelle (1969)


Biography

Noted chiefly as a script-writer and script consultant, Brunello Rondi began his career as an uncredited writer on The Flowers of St. Francis by Roberto Rossellini.

His most prized collaborations were on the film scripts of La Dolce Vita (1960), (1963), Juliet of the Spirits (1964), Orchestra Rehearsal (1978), and City of Women (1980), all co-written and directed by Fellini.

On the writing of La Dolce Vita, Rondi helped build up the character of Steiner, the intellectual who kills his wife and children. As a Fellini intimate, Rondi also played a crucial role in the early stages of . In a letter dated October 1960, Fellini outlined his initial ideas to Rondi that were later developed into the screenplay with co-writers Ennio Flaiano and Tullio Pinelli.

Director and scriptwriter

  • Una vita violenta, co-directed with Paolo Heusch (1962)
  • Il demonio (1963)
  • Domani non siamo più qui (1967)
  • Run, Psycho, Run (1968)
  • Le tue mani sul mio corpo (1970)
  • Valeria dentro e fuori (1972)
  • Racconti proibiti... di niente vestiti (1972)
  • Ingrid sulla strada (1973)
  • Tecnica di un amore (1973)
  • Prigione di donne (1974)
  • Velluto nero (1976)
  • I prosseneti (1976)
  • La vocazione di Suor Teresa (1982)
  • Screenplays

  • Last Love, directed by Luigi Chiarini (1947)
  • The Flowers of St. Francis - uncredited, directed by Roberto Rossellini (1950)
  • Altri tempi, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1952)
  • Europa '51, directed by Roberto Rossellini (1952)
  • Era notte a Roma, directed by Roberto Rossellini (1960)
  • La Dolce Vita, directed by Federico Fellini (1960)
  • Boccaccio 70, episode The Temptation of Doctor Antonio, directed by Federico Fellini (1962)
  • , directed by Federico Fellini (1963)
  • Juliet of the Spirits, directed by Federico Fellini (1965)
  • Amanti, directed by Vittorio De Sica (1968)
  • Scacco alla regina, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1969)
  • Fellini Satyricon, directed by Federico Fellini (1969)
  • Le sorelle, directed by Roberto Malenotti (1969)
  • Orchestra Rehearsal, directed by Federico Fellini (1978)
  • City of Women, directed by Federico Fellini (1980)
  • Director

  • Tecnica di un amore (1973)
  • Assistant director

  • Ultimo amore, directed by Luigi Chiarini (1947)
  • Francesco, giullare di Dio - directed by Roberto Rossellini (1950)
  • L'ultimo amante, directed by Mario Mattoli (1955)
  • Actor

  • Le ore dell'amore, directed by Luciano Salce (1963)
  • Colpo di stato, directed by Luciano Salce (1969)
  • References

    Brunello Rondi Wikipedia


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