Paolo and Vittorio Taviani  

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Paolo Taviani (1931 – 2024) and Vittorio Taviani (1929 – 2018) were Italian film directors and screenwriters known for films such as Padre Padrone (1977).


As film directors

As screenwriters

  • San Miniato, luglio '44 (with Valentino Orsini and Cesare Zavattini, 1954)
  • A Man for Burning (with Valentino Orsini, 1962)
  • Outlaws of Love (with Lucio Battistrada, Giuliani G. De Negri, Renato Niccolai and Valentino Orsini, 1963)
  • The Subversives (1967)
  • Under the Sign of Scorpio (1969)
  • St. Michael Had a Rooster (based on a story by Leo Tolstoy, 1972)
  • Allonsanfàn (1973)
  • Padre padrone (based on a book by Gavino Ledda, 1977)
  • The Meadow (with Gianni Sbarra, 1979)
  • The Night of the Shooting Stars (with Giuliani G. De Negri and Tonino Guerra, 1982)
  • Kaos (based on short stories by Luigi Pirandello, 1984)
  • Good Morning, Babylon (with Tonino Guerra, 1987)
  • The Sun Also Shines at Night (with Tonino Guerra, based on Father Sergius by Tolstoy, 1990)
  • Fiorile (with Sandro Petraglia, 1993)
  • The Elective Affinities (based on Elective Affinities by Goethe, 1996)
  • You Laugh (based on short stories by Pirandello, 1998)
  • Resurrection (based on Resurrection by Tolstoy, 2001)
  • Luisa Sanfelice (based on La Sanfelice by Alexandre Dumas, père, 2004)
  • Rainbow: A Private Affair (based on A Private Matter by Beppe Fenoglio, 2017)

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