Armando Nannuzzi


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Boom (2017)
Director Of Photography
Forbidden Encounters (1998)
Cinematographer
Dove Siete? Io Sone Qui (1993)
Director Of Photography
Nestore L'Ultima Corsa (1993)
Director Of Photography
Night Train to Venice (1993)
Director Of Photography
Assolto Per Aver Commesso il Fatto (1992)
Director Of Photography
Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
Cinematographer
L'Avaro (1990)
Cinematographer
Buon Natale, Buon Anno (1989)
Director Of Photography
La Boheme (1989)
Director Of Photography
Silent Night (1988)
Director Of Photography
I Love N.Y. (1988)
Director Of Photography
The Caller (1987)
Director Of Photography
The Gold Rimmed Glasses (1987)
Director Of Photography
Control (1987)
Director Of Photography
Maximum Overdrive (1986)
Director Of Photography
Stephen King's Silver Bullet (1985)
Director Of Photography
Liberte, Egalite, Choucroute (1985)
Director Of Photography
Appassionata (1985)
Director Of Photography
Pianoforte (1984)
Director Of Photography
Le Bon Roi Dagobert (1984)
Director Of Photography
Occhei, Occhei (1983)
Director Of Photography
Pronto... Lucia (1983)
Director Of Photography
La Nuit de Varennes (1982)
Director Of Photography
Nana (1982)
Director Of Photography
La Cage Aux Folles II (1981)
Director Of Photography
The Skin (1981)
Director Of Photography
Il Malato Immaginario (1979)
Director Of Photography
Der Landvogt von Griefensee (1979)
Director Of Photography
La Cage Aux Folles (1979)
Director Of Photography
Letti Selvaggi (1978)
Cinematographer
Tigers in Lipstick (1978)
Cinematographer
Ritratto di Borghesia in Nero (1978)
Director Of Photography
Beyond Good And Evil (1977)
Director Of Photography
Quelle Strane Occasioni (1976)
Director Of Photography
Milarepa (1974)
Director Of Photography
My Name Is Nobody (1973)
Director Of Photography
Storia di Una Monaca di Clausura (1973)
Director Of Photography
Ludwig (1972)
Director Of Photography
Waterloo (1971)
Director of Photography
Grazia Ricevuta, Per (1971)
Director Of Photography
The Head of the Family (1970)
Director of Photography
The Damned (1969)
Director of Photography
Pigsty (1969)
Director Of Photography
The Queens (1968)
Photographer for "Queen Marta"
That Splendid November (1968)
Director Of Photography
Wake Up and Die (1967)
Director of Photography
Weekend, Italian Style (1967)
Director of Photography
La fuga (1966)
Director of Photography
Sandra (1966)
Director of Photography
Six Days a Week (1966)
Director of Photography
La visita (1966)
Director of Photography
Love à la Carte (1965)
Director of Photography
The Doll That Took the Town (1965)
Director of Photography
The Magnificent Cuckold (1965)
Director of Photography
I Knew Her Well (1965)
Cinematographer
The Visit (1964)
Director of Photography
Mafioso (1964)
Director of Photography
La notte brava (1962)
Director of Photography
Bell'Antonio (1962)
Director of Photography
Il Brigante (1961)
Director Of Photography
Young Husbands (1958)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Buon Natale, Buon Anno (1989)
Dp/Cinematographer
La Cage Aux Folles (1979)
Dp/Cinematographer
My Name Is Nobody (1973)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cinematography (Special)

Cavalleria Rusticana (1986)
Director Of Photography
Pagliacci (1984)
Director Of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

I Knew Her Well (1965) - But We're Not Lovers Adriana (Stefania Sandrelli) now working at a cinema in Rome, emerges and is collected by friends, Enrico Mario Salerno her date, Jean-Claude Brialy his buddy Dario with the American girl (Solvi Stubing), early in Antonio Pietrangeli’s I Knew Her Well, 1965.
I Knew Her Well (1965) - She Looks LIke A Butterfly Now working as a model, but only at a rowdy boxing match, Adriana (Stefania Sandrelli) makes an impression, directed by Nino Manfredi as her bumbling press agent, in Antonio Pietrangeli’s I Knew Her Well, 1965.
I Knew Her Well (1965) - Open, Make Haste Slowly Opening from director Antonio Pietrangeli, finding his title character (Stefania Sandrelli as Adriana) on the beach, late for her job at the seaside beauty salon, in I Knew Her Well, 1965.
La Cage Aux Folles (1979) - Any Tranquilizers Left? Joining the opening from director Edouard Molinari, Renato Baldi (Ugo Tognazzi), owner of a St. Tropez drag club fetches the neighbor doctor (Guido Cerniglia) to persuade his star, also his live-in lover, Albin “Zaza” Napoli (Michel Serrault) to take the stage, in the original La Cage Aux Folles, 1979.
La Cage Aux Folles (1979) - You Can't Stand Sharing Him Local drag club star Albin (Michel Serrault) marketing in St. Tropez, doesn’t yet know that the son (Remi Laurent) of his partner and employer Renato (Ugo Tognazzi) has come home with news of his engagement, Benny Luke as Jacob, the troublesome maid, in La Cage Aux Folles, 1979.
La Cage Aux Folles (1979) - Your Second Mother His flamboyant apartment redone in Christian austerity, drag club owner Renato (Ugo Tognazzi) receives the conservative parents (Michel Galabru, Carmen Scarpitta) of the new fianceè of his son (Remi Laurent), not expecting his partner (Michel Serrault) to impersonate his wife, in La Cage Aux Folles, 1979.
La Cage Aux Folles (1979) - I'm Getting Married We have reason to suspect that Laurent (Remi Laurent), perhaps secretly visiting Renato (Ugo Tognazzi), owner of a St. Tropez drag club, might be a lover, but we learn otherwise, early in the original international hit La Cage Aux Folles, 1979, from the play by Jean Poiret.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) - On June 19th, 1987 Stephen King is writer and, for the only time in his career, director, executing his cameo in this opening sequence, shot economically in Wilmington, NC, in the unsuccessful exploitation of King's short story Trucks, Maximum Overdrive, 1986, starring Emilio Estevez and Pat Hingle.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) - Short Circuit, Maybe We've seen a drawbridge malfunction and more troubles emerging, at a truck stop on the North Carolina coast, Emilio Estevez the cook, Pat Hingle the boss and Ellen McElduff the unfortunate waitress, Stephen King writing and directing, in Maximum Overdrive, 1986.
Maximum Overdrive (1986) - You Low Down Scumball! Rebellious machines have squirted diesel in the face of mechanic and concerned father Duncan (J.C. Quinn), cook Bill (Emilio Estevez) urging caution, Pat Hingle their creep boss and Chris Murney a bible salesman guarding his Cadillac, in Stephen King's Maximum Overdrive, 1986.
Mafioso (1962) - Don Vincenzo Antonio (Alberto Sordi), visiting with wife (Norma Benguell) and kids from Milan, finally gets his audience with Don Vincenzo (Ugo Attanasio) in his Sicilian hometown in Alberto Lattuada's mob comedy Mafioso, 1964.
Mafioso (1962) - Opening, Fiat Absorbing opening sequence from Alberto Lattuada's crime comedy Mafioso, 1964, shot on location at a Fiat plant in Milan where star Alberto Sordi is a rarity, a Sicilian foreman.

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