List of Italian films of 1948

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A list of films produced in Italy in 1948 (see 1948 in film):

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1948
Accidenti alla guerra!...
El Alarido
L'Amore Roberto Rossellini Anna Magnani, Federico Fellini Drama/ Religion A tribute to Anna Magnani; 2 episodes, the 1st, based on Jean Cocteau's The Human Voice, the 2nd, Il miracolo written and starring by Fellini; huge controversy with Hays Code in USA.
Bicycle Thieves (Ladri di biciclette) Vittorio De Sica Lamberto Maggiorani, Enzo Staiola Italian neorealism Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award winners, BAFTA winner
...E non dirsi addio!
Fabiola Alessandro Blasetti Michèle Morgan, Henri Vidal, Michel Simon, Massimo Girotti, Paolo Stoppa, Gino Cervi Sword and sandal Cut from 183' to 96' in USA
Fuga in Francia Mario Soldati Pietro Germi, Folco Lulli, Enrico Olivieri Italian neorealism
Germany Year Zero (Germania anno zero) Roberto Rossellini Edmund Moeschke, Ernst Pittschau, Ingetraud Hinze, Franz-Otto Krüger, Erich Gühne Italian neorealism Filmed in Berlin; German language
Guarany Riccardo Freda Antonio Vilar, Mariella Lotti Drama
Heart Vittorio De Sica, Duilio Coletti
Immigrants Aldo Fabrizi Aldo Fabrizi, Ave Ninchi Drama
Mad About Opera (Follie per l'opera) Mario Costa Gina Lollobrigida, Constance Dowling Comedy, Musical
Proibito rubare Luigi Comencini Adolfo Celi, Luigi Demastro, Tina Pica Italian neorealism Close to Father Flanagan and his Boys Town (1938 film)
Senza pietà Alberto Lattuada Carla Del Poggio, John Kitzmiller, Giulietta Masina Italian neorealism Nastro d'Argento best supporting actress (Masina)
Under the Sun of Rome (Sotto il sole di Roma) Renato Castellani Oscar Blando, Liliana Mancini, Francesco Golisano, Gisella Monaldi Italian neorealism Special Nastro d'Argento. Venice Award
La terra trema Luchino Visconti Antonio Arcidiacono, Giuseppe Arcidiacono Italian neorealism Venice Film Festival award
Tragic Hunt (Caccia tragica) Giuseppe de Santis Vivi Gioi, Massimo Girotti, Carla Del Poggio, Andrea Checchi Italian neorealism 2 Nastro d'Argento

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