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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Fellini Satyricon (1970) as Assistant Director
Two students pursue sexual adventures in the decadent world of ancient Rome.

Cast (feature film)


Producer (feature film)

3.
Bruno Aspetta in Macchina (1996) as Producer
Set in Rome, a comedy about solitude in a couple-oriented society which charts the bumpy road traveled by the effervescent Margherita from her post-breakup blues to single self-sufficiency.

Assistant Direction (feature film)

4.
Fuga dal Paradiso (1990)
A futuristic story of life in an underground city where people interact only via monitors, and one teenage couple, determined to meet face to face, break the rules.
5.
Splendor (1988)
A romantic drama focusing on fifty years in the life of a movie theater.
7.
La Citta Delle Donne (1980) as Assistant Director
8.
Prova d'Orchestra (1978) as Assistant Director
In a Medieval Roman chapel, now an oratorio, an elderly factotum sets up for rehearsal. The musicians arrive, joking and teasing. A union shop steward explains that a TV crew is there, talking to them is optional, and there will be no extra compensation. Musicians talk about their instruments. The German conductor arrives and puts them through their paces. He yells, he insults. The shop steward calls a 20 minute break. The conductor retreats to his dressing room and talks about how the world of music has changed, moving away from respect of the conductor. He returns to the rehearsal to find the orchestra in full revolt. What can bring them back to the music?
9.
Amarcord (1974) as Assistant Director
A young Italian deals with his awakening sexual urges during the days of Fascism.
10.
Fellini's Roma (1972)
A small boy in love with Rome grows up to film the city in all its charismatic chaos.
11.
I Pagliacci (1970)
Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini views the circus clowns of yesteryear as a microcosm of everyday life.

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