Roberto Rossellini (8 May 1906 - 3 June 1977) was an Italian film director and screenwriter. Rossellini was one of the directors of the Italian neorealist cinema, contributing films such as Roma città aperta (Rome, Open City 1945) to the movement.
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Born 1906-05-08 (114 years ago) in Rome, Italy. Dead 1977-06-03 (71 years).
|Golden Lion (General della Rovere)||1959||General della Rovere|
|BAFTA Award for Best Film (Paisan)||2nd British Academy Film Awards||1949||Paisà|
|Academy Award for Best Story and Screenplay (Paisan)||22nd Academy Awards||1949||Paisà|
|Cannes Grand Prize of the Festival (Rome, Open City)||1946||Rom, öppen stad|
|Sonali Senroy DasGupta(Gifta: 1957–1977-06-03)||1957||1977-06-03||Gifta|
|Ingrid Bergman(Gifta: 1950-05-24–1957-11-07)||1950-05-24||1957-11-07||Gifta|
|Marcella De Marchis(Gifta: 1936-09-26–1950)||1936-09-26||1950||Gifta|
|Assia Noris(Gifta: 1934–1936)||1934||1936||Gifta|
Angiolo Giuseppe Rossellini, Elettra Bellan