| Luigi Chiarini|| Essayist|
| 20 June 1900Rome, Lazio, Italy|
November 12, 1975, Rome, Italy
Terminal Station, Love in the City, We - the Women, Garibaldi, Sleeping Beauty
Umberto Barbaro, Luisa Ferida, Osvaldo Valenti, Teresa Franchini, Francesco Pasinetti
Luigi Chiarini Wikipedia
Luigi Chiarini (1900–1975) was an Italian film theorist, essayist, screenwriter and film director.
Born in Rome, Chiarini wrote extensively about film theory and in 1935 he founded the drama school Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. He later founded and directed the Centro's official journal Bianco e Nero and the magazine Rivista del cinema italiano. In 1961 he was appointed the first chair of film studies in Italy, at the University of Pisa.
Between 1963 and 1968 Chiarini served as artistic director of the Venice International Film Festival. He was also on the jury of the 1937 Venice Film Festival and the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.Street of the Five Moons (1942)
Sleeping Beauty (1942)
The Innkeeper (1944)
Last Love (1947)
Pact with the Devil (1950)
The Sinner (1940)
I cavalieri dalle maschere nere (1948)