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Salvatore Piscicelli

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Name  Salvatore Piscicelli

Role  Director
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Born  January 4, 1948 (age 67) (1948-01-04) Pomigliano d'Arco
Occupation  film director and screenwriter
Nominations  David di Donatello for Best Director
Movies  Il corpo dell'anima, The Opportunities of Rosa, Immacolata and Concetta, Blues metropolitano, At the End of the Night
Similar People  Raffaella Ponzo, Ida Di Benedetto, Marina Suma, Roberto Herlitzka, Sabina Vannucchi

Salvatore Piscicelli La Vita segreta di Maria Capasso

Salvatore Piscicelli (born 4 January 1948) is an Italian director, screenwriter and film critic.


Born in Pomigliano d'Arco, after an activity as a film critic, Piscicelli started his film career with some documentary short films shot and set in his hometown. His feature debut film, Immacolata and Concetta: The Other Jealousy, won several awards including the Silver Leopard at the Locarno International Film Festival. His 1981 film Le occasioni di Rosa entered the 38th Venice International Film Festival. In 2001, using only digital supports, he shot Quartetto, the first Italian film to follow the dictates of the avant-garde filmmaking movement "Dogma". His last film is the 2003 biographical drama Alla fine della notte.


  • Immacolata e Concetta, l'altra gelosia (1979)
  • Le occasioni di Rosa (1981)
  • Blues metropolitano (1985)
  • Regina (1987)
  • Baby gang (1992)
  • Il corpo dell'anima (1999)
  • Quartetto (2001)
  • Alla fine della notte (2003)
  • References

    Salvatore Piscicelli Wikipedia

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