Aldo Scavarda

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Aldo Scavarda (born August 22, 1923, Turin, Italy) is an Italian cinematographer who collaborated with Michelangelo Antonioni (L'Avventura, 1960), Bernardo Bertolucci (Prima della rivoluzione, 1964), Mauro Bolognini (La giornata ballorda, 1960), Luigi Comencini (A cavallo della tigre, 1961), Salvatore Samperi, Sergio Sollima, and others.

In 1969, for his cinematography on Salvatore Samperi's Grazie, zia he won the Silver Ribbon prize.

In 1975, he directed his only film La linea del fiume, which won the Golden Gryphon prize at the Giffoni Film Festival, in 1976.

Selected filmography[edit]

External links[edit]

https://www.criterion.com/films/209-l-avventura