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Armando Nannuzzi

Armando Nannuzzi


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Cinematography (feature film)

Boom, The (2017) as Director Of Photography
Forbidden Encounters (1998) as Cinematographer
Armando Andreoli is a dapper but elderly engineer, traveling to a conference in Bologna. He is annoyed by the young, glamorous blonde who invades his train compartment and even more annoyed when she seems to have followed him to the conference. But when his hotel reservation falls through, he agrees
Night Train to Venice (1993) as Director Of Photography
A British journalist travels on the Orient express to Venice where he hopes to deliver his expose story--on the neo-Nazi movement in Germany--to his publisher. Various adventures on the train occur, inclduing the arrival of vicious neo-Nazi skinheads who spread terror and violence all around.
Nestore L'Ultima Corsa (1993) as Director Of Photography
Tale of a 75-year-old Roman cabbie and his horse, Nestor, which he is unable to lead to the slaughterhouse now that it's time to retire their act.
Dove Siete? Io Sone Qui (1993) as Director Of Photography
A deaf mute struggles to find love, and does, with a deaf girl, while his mother deals with her own shameful feelings towards having a son with such a physical handicap.
Assolto Per Aver Commesso il Fatto (1992) as Director Of Photography
A media mogul obtains the rights to private radio and television stations through deceit.
L'Avaro (1990) as Cinematographer
Frankenstein Unbound (1990) as Cinematographer
An experiment gone wrongs sends scientist Joseph Buchanan and his future car back to 1817. There he is recruited by Baron Frankenstein to help create a mate for his monster.
La Boheme (1989) as Director Of Photography
Tragic story of two artists and the women they love.
Buon Natale, Buon Anno (1989) as Director Of Photography
Silent Night (1988) as Director Of Photography
Biography of the priest, Franz Gruber, who composed the Christmas carol "Silent Night".
I Love N.Y. (1988) as Director Of Photography
Gold Rimmed Glasses, The (1987) as Director Of Photography
The story of two social outcasts and their persecution.
Control (1987) as Director Of Photography
A television movie about fifteen volunteers from different countries who agree to participate in a psychological experiment set in a nuclear bomb shelter in Germany. While inside, they learn that an accidental launch of armed missiles is targeted for their location. As the international experiment i
Caller, The (1987) as Director Of Photography
Maximum Overdrive (1986) as Director Of Photography
A group of people try to survive when machines start to come alive and become homicidal.
Liberte, Egalite, Choucroute (1985) as Director Of Photography
Appassionata (1985) as Director Of Photography
Two teenage friends conspire to find out how much their youthful sensuality can disrupt one of their households, headed by a dentist and his mentally-ill wife.
Stephen King's Silver Bullet (1985) as Director Of Photography
A werewolf terrorizes a small town.
Le Bon Roi Dagobert (1984) as Director Of Photography
Pianoforte (1984) as Director Of Photography
Occhei, Occhei (1983) as Director Of Photography
Pronto... Lucia (1983) as Director Of Photography
Nana (1982) as Director Of Photography
La Nuit de Varennes (1982) as Director Of Photography
A picaresque story of the coach and party that followed hard on the one which tried to transport Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to safety in 1791.
Skin, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
The wartime experiences of Curzio Malaparte, who served as the American Commanding General's Italian liaison during the American liberation of Naples.
La Cage Aux Folles II (1981) as Director Of Photography
Desperate to prove he's not over the hill, an aging drag entertainer gets mixed up with international spies.
La Cage Aux Folles (1979) as Director Of Photography
A gay couple has to straighten out their act when their son gets engaged to a noted conservative''s daughter.
Landvogt von Griefensee, Der (1979) as Director Of Photography
Il Malato Immaginario (1979) as Director Of Photography
Letti Selvaggi (1978) as Cinematographer
Tigers in Lipstick (1978) as Cinematographer
Ritratto di Borghesia in Nero (1978) as Director Of Photography
Beyond Good And Evil (1977) as Director Of Photography
The German philosopher Nietzsche and his Jewish companion Paul Ree meet a beautiful young Russian intellectual and draw her into a menage-a-trois.
Quelle Strane Occasioni (1976) as Director Of Photography
Milarepa (1974) as Director Of Photography
Storia di Una Monaca di Clausura (1973) as Director Of Photography
A woman who was promised to a powerful family's son at birth falls in love with another man, refuses to renounce him, and is sent to a nunnery by her shocked parents. Once there, she first undergoes degradation to acclimatize her to convent life; then she experiences rampant lesbianism by the repressed nuns, and becomes pregnant by her lover. Finally, her refusal to accede to one nun's lascivious lesbian advances leads to plotting and treachery, and her lover being murdered out of jealousy. Her life now ruined, she further scandalises her family by refusing to take her vows, and leaves the convent, devoting her existence to those in need. Claims to be based on a true story !
My Name Is Nobody (1973) as Director Of Photography (Usa)
An aging gunfighter''s dreams of retirement are thwarted by a hero-worshipping young man.
Ludwig (1972) as Director Of Photography
Historical evocation of Ludwig, king of Bavaria, from his crowning in 1864 until his death in 1886, as a romantic hero. Fan of Richard Wagner, betrayed by him, in love with his cousin Elisabeth of Austria, abandonned by her, tormented by his homosexuality, he will little by little slip towards madness.
Grazia Ricevuta, Per (1971) as Director Of Photography
Waterloo (1971) as Director of Photography
After defeating France and imprisoning Napoleon on Elba, ending two decades of war, Europe is shocked to find Napoleon has escaped and has caused the French Army to defect from the King back to him. The best of the British generals, Arthur Welsley was victorious in Spain, but has never faced Napoleon. Welsley stands between Napoleon with a mixed army of Prussians, Mercenaries, Brits and Belgians. Napoleon's victory will plunge Europe back into a long term war. The two meet at Waterloo where the fate of Europe will be decided.
The Head of the Family (1970) as Director of Photography
Pigsty (1969) as Director Of Photography
Two dramatic stories. In an undeterminated past, a young cannibal (who killed his own father) is condemned to be torn to pieces by some wild beasts. In the second story, Julius, the young son of a post-war German industrialist, is on the way to lie down with his farm's pigs, because he doesn't like human relationships.
The Damned (1969) as Director of Photography
This film focuses on the collapse of a wealthy family during the reign of the Third Reich.
The Queens (1968) as Photog for "Queen Marta"
That Splendid November (1968) as Director Of Photography
A Sicilian family engages in sexual exploits of various kinds.
Wake Up and Die (1967) as Director of Photography
A dedicated cop sets out to catch a ring of jewel thieves.
Weekend, Italian Style (1967) as Director of Photography
Sandra (1966) as Director of Photography
Sandra comes back to Volterra, in Tuscany, the little town where she spent her childhood. She is with her American husband, Andrew. She wishes to pay homage to her father who died in Auschwitz where she was still a little child. In Volterra, Andrew meets for the first time Gianni, Sandra's brother. He soon realizes that Sandra and Gianni have a secret since their childhood.
Six Days a Week (1966) as Director of Photography
La visita (1966) as Director of Photography
La fuga (1966) as Director of Photography
I Knew Her Well (1965)
A country girl gets into the movies only to discover the corruption beneath the glitter.
The Doll That Took the Town (1965) as Director of Photography
The Magnificent Cuckold (1965) as Director of Photography
Love à la Carte (1965) as Director of Photography
Four prostitutes try to make a go at a new life by opening up a restaurant after Italy passes a law banning all brothels.
The Visit (1964) as Director of Photography
Carla Zachanassian had a child by Serge Miller as a teenager. When Serge refused to marry her, she was driven out of town. By her own wit and cunning, she has returned as a multi-millionaire for a visit. The town lays out the red carpet expecting big things from Carla, only to learn that her sole purpose is to see Serge Miller killed...
Mafioso (1964) as Director of Photography
A factory worker returns home to Sicily, where he gets mixed up with the Mob.
Bell'Antonio (1962) as Director of Photography
Women love handsome Antonio because they think of him as the perfect lover. But he has problems to fullfill this ideal and Barbara only notices his failures when they are married. When the town learns about his trouble they start laughing at him...
La notte brava (1962) as Director of Photography
Una notte di due balordi, Scintillone e Ruggero, a cui si aggiunge in seguito un terzo, Bellabella, che dopo un furto vengono a loro volta derubati. Tentano poi di rubare un'apparecchio fotografico da una macchina; sorpresi dal proprietario, Achille, ci fanno amicizia e si recano a casa sua. Qua rubano nuovamente, duecentomila lire, e scappano. Ma litigano per il bottino. Così tra liti, arresti e donne continua la notte finchè all'alba Ruggeretto si ritrova con mille lire e la nausea.
Il Brigante (1961) as Director Of Photography
A boy has an infatuation with the village tough-guy, who is unjustly accused of murder and escapes into the hills, but when the girl he loves is accidentally killed, he returns to his town for revenge.
Young Husbands (1958) as Director Of Photography
Several youths in a small Italian town enjoy their last freedoms before getting married.

Cinematography (special)

Cavalleria Rusticana (1986) as Director Of Photography
Franco Zeffirelli's film version of Mascagni's one-act melodrama about jealousy, betrayed love, and treachery in a Sicilian village. The opera was filmed on location in Sicily, and is sung in Italian with English subtitles.
Pagliacci (1984) as Director Of Photography
An updated adaptation of Leoncavallo's 1892 opera, set in Depression-era southern Italy, about love, betrayal and jealousy among a touring group of clowns. The plot is based on a true story which came to light during a trial over which Leoncavallo's father, a judge, presided: an actor, overcome wit

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