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Fulci Talks Uncut conversation with Lucio Fulci

Fulci talks uncut conversation with Lucio Fulci by Antonietta De Lillo is a ride through the cinema of the 'gorefather' Lucio Fulci, nicknamed also 'the genre terrorist', a director that went from the comedies to the thrillers, from the spaghetti western to the horror movies. It is a 'journey' through the Italian and the international movies he made, he knew, loved and, occasionally, he criticized too with a well-owned sense of humor and a smart mouth. Antonietta De Lillo, after 30 years from an in-dept interview she did with Fulci, done with the film critic Marcello Garofalo, brings to light this rare and precious shooting and creates the unexpected portrait of a great and refined 'craftman of cinema'.

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Antonietta De Lillo
Lucio Fulci
Italy
Italian
ESP
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Antonietta De Lillo

Antonietta De Lillo se licenció en Entretenimiento en el DAMS de la Universidad de Bolonia. Trabaja como periodista independiente y fotógrafa para importantes periódicos y semanarios. Se trasladó a Roma donde trabajó como ayudante de operador en diversas producciones cinematográficas y televisivas. En 1995 dirigió I Racconti di Vittoria, Premio Fedic en el 52º Festival Internacional de Cine de Venecia, en 1997 Maruzzella, un episodio de la película I vesuviani y en 2001 No es justo, presentado en el 54º Festival de Cine de Locarno.

Filmography

2002 Pianeta Tonino (Docu) 2000 Il faro (Docu) 1999 ‘O solemio (Docu) 1997 Hispaniola (Docu) 1997 Saharawi (Docu) 1997 Operai (Docu) 1996 Viento ‘e Terra (Docu) 1995 Ogni sedia ha il suo rumore (Docu) 1994 La notte americana del dr. Lucio Fulci (Docu) 1993 Promessi Sposi (Docu) 1992 Angelo Novi, fotografo di scena (Docu)

Crew

ScreenwriterAntonietta De Lillo, Alice Mariani
ProducerAntonietta De Lillo, Alice Mariani
ComposerSilvia Moraes
EditorElisabetta Giannini

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