Versatile cinematographer, equally distinguished for his gritty, urban, black-and-white images ("Accatone" 1961) as for his brilliantly hued color landscapes ("Lacombe, Lucien," 1973). Delli Colli shot Italy's first color film, "Toto a Colori" (1952), and collaborated frequently with directors Pier Paolo Pasolini and Sergio Leone.
Cinematography (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
First feature as director of photography, "Finalmente si"
Shot Italy's first color film, "Toto a Colori"