Séance hommage à Stefania Sandrelli

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Christine, Cristina - Stefania Sandrelli
- Fiction

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Italie - 2009 - 1 h 32 mn - Réalisation : Stefania Sandrelli - Scénario : Stefania Sandrelli, Giacomo Scarpelli, Marco Tiberi, Furio Scarpelli - Image : Paolo Carnera - Décor : Briseide Siciliano - Montage : Patrizio Marone - Musique : Pasquale Catalano - Interprétation : Amanda Sandrelli, Alessio Boni, Alessandro Haber, Roberto Herlitzka, Paola Tiziana Cruciani, Sara Bertelà, Blas Roca Rey -



Corum - Opéra Berlioz Jeudi 27 octobre 2011, 19 h 00




After growing up at the court of Charles V in France, where her father was court astrologer and physician, the Italian Cristina da Pizzano, also known as Christine de Pisan, is left completely destitute during the struggle between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians. Forced to survive by her wits amidst the dregs of society, Cristina discovers she has a talent for poetry thanks to Charleton, a minstrel who tours the taverns, and Gerson, a theologist.


 
 
Stefania Sandrelli

Born in Viareggio on 5 June 1946. She first worked in the cinema when she was 15, in Mario Sequi's Gioventù di notte and in Il federale by Luciano Salce with Ugo Tognazzi. In 1961 again, Pietro Germi offered her the part that was to be determinant for the rest of her career, that of Angela in Divorce, Italian style with Marcello Mastroianni. She was directed by Germi in three other films: Sedotta e Abbandonata, L'Immorale and Alfredo, Alfredo with Dustin Hoffman. She has worked in landmark films with the greatest Italian directors. She made Partner, The Conformist, 1900 and Stealing Beauty with Bertolucci. She acted in Ettore Scola's We All Loved Each Other So Much, La Terrazza, La Famiglia and La Cena and also worked with Mario Monicelli, Luigi Comencini and Francesca Archibugi. More recently, she has been in Kiss Me Again by Gabriele Muccino and La prima cosa bella by Paolo Virzi. She has also worked with foreign directors such as Jean-Pierre Melville, Claude Chabrol, Bigas Luna and Mañoel de Oliveira. In 1992, she made her theatre debut in Pino Quartullo's Le faremo tanto male. She directed her first feature film, Christine, Cristina in 2009. She was awarded the Golden Lion at the Mostra in Venice in 2006 for her career as a whole.

 
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