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Eugenio Zanetti

Eugenio Zanetti
Born 1949 (age 65–66)
Córdoba
Occupation Dramatist
Painter
Art director
Opera director
Set designer
Years active 1974-present

Eugenio Zanetti (born in 1949) is an Argentine dramatist, painter, film set designer, and theater and opera director. He won an Academy Award for Best Art Direction in 1995, for the film Restoration.

Biography

Zanetti was born in Córdoba. After travelling to Europe in the mid 60's and meeting Pier Paolo Pasolini, he participated in the latter's film version of Medea.[1] After his father died, he returned to his country to help his family. He became involved in the cinema of Argentina, and provided set designs for Mario Sábato's The Power of Darkness (1979), for which he won a Moscow Film Festival Award for Design, and Alejandro Doria's Los Pasajeros del jardín (1982).

During the [4] Ultimately, Árbol de fuego was not made into a film.

Zanetti's more than 40 theater and opera productions in Europe and South America include: A Masked Ball and Nabucco by Giuseppe Verdi, and Madama Butterfly and Tosca by Giacomo Puccini. He also had a successful career as Director of Musicals, receiving the Thalia Award (equivalent to the Tony Award) in Argentina for his local productions of They're Playing Our Song, Chicago and Dracula as a director, and the same award for his adaptation of Philippa Gregory's The White Queen. He also earned a Star of the Sea Award for The Cherry Orchard, Chapter Two, Company, and Peer Gynt.

In 2014 he released his first film as writer and director, Amapola, a fantasy drama film starring Camilla Belle, François Arnaud, Geraldine Chaplin, Leonor Benedetto, Lito Cruz and Elena Roger.

References

  1. ^ Eugenio Zanetti, beyond the Oscar Negro & White (Spanish)
  2. ^ (11 Nov 1996)Clarín (Spanish)
  3. ^ "The 68th Academy Awards (1996) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-08-05. 
  4. ^ Grupo Payne: Se filmará en la provincia una super producción (Spanish)

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