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Nelo Risi

Nelo Risi
Born (1920-04-21)21 April 1920
Milan, Italy
Died 17 September 2015(2015-09-17) (aged 95)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Poet, film director, translator and screenwriter
Spouse(s) Edith Bruck

Nelo Risi (21 April 1920 – 17 September 2015) was an Italian poet, film director, translator and screenwriter, brother of cinematographer Fernando Risi and director Dino Risi.[1]

Born in

External links

  1. ^ "Esplora il significato del termine: Morto a 95 anni il poeta e regista Nelo Risi: era il fratello di DinoMorto a 95 anni il poeta e regista Nelo Risi: era il fratello di Dino" (in Italian). Corriere. Retrieved 18 September 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c John Picchione, Lawrence R. Smith. Twentieth-century Italian poetry: an anthology. University of Toronto Press, 1993.  
  3. ^ a b Marco Bertozzi. Storia del documentario italiano. Marsilio, 2008.  
  4. ^ a b "Risi, Nelo".  
  5. ^ Enrico Lancia. I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore, 1998.  
  6. ^ AA. VV. Tutto - Poesia italiana del Novecento. De Agostini, 2011.  
  7. ^ Giuseppe Zagarrio. Febbre, furore e fiele. Mursia, 1983.  

References

Selected filmography

Back in Italy in 1954 he directed a dozen documentary films on popular figures and moments in the history of the twentieth century.[3] He made his feature film debut in 1961, with a segment of the film Le italiane e l'amore; the same year he started his long collaboration with RAI TV.[4] During his film career Risi won two Silver Ribbons, in 1960 for the direction of the short film The Brothers Rosselli (1959) and in 1970 for the screenplay of Diary of a Schizophrenic Girl.[5] In 1970 he also won the Viareggio Prize for his poetry collection Di certe cose che dette in versi suonano meglio che in prosa.[6] His poetry style is referred as "poetics of the usual" ("poetica dell'usuale"), in reference of the attempt of grasping the contradictions and the mystifications of everyday life through a basic, simple language, close to a diaristic style.[4][7]

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