Gianfranco Rosi (I)


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Gianfranco Rosi was born on November 30, 1963 in Asmara, Eritrea. He is a director and cinematographer, known for Fire at Sea (2016), Notturno (2020) and Sacro Gra (2013). See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 28 wins & 39 nominations. See more awards »

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Fire at Sea Director
(2016)
Notturno Director
(2020)
Sacro Gra Director
(2013)
Below Sea Level Director
(2008)

Filmography

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 2022 In viaggio (Documentary) (completed)
 2020/I Notturno (Documentary)
 2016 Fire at Sea (Documentary)
 2013 Sacro Gra (Documentary)
 2012 Tanti futuri possibili. Con Renato Nicolini (Documentary short)
 2010 El Sicario, Room 164 (Documentary)
 2008 Below Sea Level (Documentary)
 2001 Afterwords (Short)
 1993 Boatman (Documentary)
Show Show Cinematographer (8 credits)
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Show Show Sound department (3 credits)
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The camera is there, so there is interaction. There is always a performance. I don't believe in absolute reality. I want to use the language of film in order to transform that into something else. What I film is real; it's there, it's not written. They are not actors, but they are performing. Once you put yourself in front of the camera, no matter what, you change. [2020] See more »

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President of the L'OEil d'or jury at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. See more »

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