Post-war Italian cinematographer hailed for the superb black-and-white compositions of films like "La Terra Trema" (1948) and "Umberto D" (1951) and his ability to capture the unique qualities of real locations. Aldo was killed in a car accident during the shooting of Luchino Visconti's "Senso" (1954).
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Film Production - Main (Feature Film)
Worked as still photographer on Jean Cocteau's "La Belle et la Bete/Beauty and the Beast"
Debut as cinematographer, "La Chartreuse de Parme"