Carlo Tuzii

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Carlo Tuzii was an Italian director, writer, and producer best known for his films such as La gabbia and Ciao Gulliver.

Biography[edit]

He begun his career getting into Rai, after winning a competition in 1956.In 1966 leaves Rai and establish his production company naming it Pont Royal Film TV. His first film which he directed and proceed is "Ciao Gulliver" with Lucia Bosè,Sydne Rome, Enrico Maria Salerno and Antonello Campodifiori. In 1967 the documentary "Amen" wins Venice film festival . In 1972 directs "Tutte le domeniche mattina" only movie interpreted by Sergio Endrigo and that will be participating to the Venice film festival. After that he will be one of the first music videos creator: Pooh, Raffaella Carrà, Gianni Togni,Umberto Tozzi and others for the Sugar production of caterina Caselli. He alterned his career as producer in Edith Brook "il ragazzo con il violoncello" and Faliero Rosati "Il momento dell'avventura" with the director one "la Gabbia" with Miguel Bosè and from 1977 a very long collaboration with Vittorio Gassman with whomhe will make "Gassman all'asta" and "Affabulazione" by Pierpaolo Pasolini. In 1986 his produced movie with the direction of Francesco Maselli "Storia d'amore" will introduce Valeria Golino at the Venice film festival as best young actress and the film will win the jury special prize. The following year it's time for "Barbablù barbablù" directed by Fabio Carpi with as main actor Sir John Gielgud and an international cast .

Filmography[edit]

  • 1989 - Marco e Laura dieci anni fa[1]
  • 1988 - L'altro enigma
  • 1987 - Barbablù, Barbablù[2]
  • 1986 - Love Story[3]
  • 1983 - Dieci registi italiani, dieci racconti italiani
  • 1980 - Venezia ultima serata di carnevale[3]
  • 1979 - Improvviso
  • 1977 - La gabbia
  • 1976 - Le cinque stagioni
  • 1975 - L'uomo dei venti
  • 1975 - Le avventure di Calandrino e Buffalmacco
  • 1972 - Every Sunday Morning (Tutte Le Domeniche Mattina)[3] - nominated in 1972 Venice International Film Festival[4]
  • 1971 - Ciao Gulliver (So Long Gulliver)[3][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Carlo Tuzii". IMDb. Retrieved 31 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Carlo Tuzii Credits". Artist Direct. Retrieved 31 December 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Carlo Tuzii". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "Tutte Le Domeniche Mattina (1972)". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 December 2013. 
  5. ^ Bicocchi, Eugenio (1999). C'era una volta il Capitol: Gli anni d'oro del Cineforum, 1968-1983 (Italian Edition). Diabasis. p. 266. ISBN 978-8881030699.