Luigi Zampa

(Rome, 16 August 1905 – 14 August 1991)

 

In 1939 he works as a screenwriter, and between ' 46 and ' 47, with living in peace and the Honourable Angelina, collaborates alongside directors of Neorealism, interpreted by Aldo Fabrizi and Anna Magnani, and his masterpiece, process to the city, 1952, a Realistic reconstruction of the Neapolitan Camorra and the famous Cuocolo process on the subject of Francesco Rosi. Between 1948 and 1955, he collaborated with Vitaliano Brancati. With the trilogy years difficult, the art of gettingby, in satirical grotesque tones, evokes fascism, with the addition in 1962 of roaring yearsAfter the death of Vitaliano Brancati Luigi had a period of decay of the satirical vein – politics, collaborates with Alberto Moravia (La Romana), to devote himself to the Italian comedy. His son Fabrizio is a musician and journalist.

 

 Filmography

 

1933/ Awakening of a city

 

1941/ the actor disappeared

 

1942/There is always a ma!

 

1942/ Signorinette

 

1942/ Frà Devil

 

1945/ The black wedding gown

 

1947/ Living in peace

 

1947/ Difficult years

 

1949/ Hammer Bells

 

1949/ Childern of Chance

 

1950/ It is easier than a camel

 

1950/Hearts Without Frontiers

 

1951/Gentlemen, in carriage

 

1952/process to the city

 

1953/ We Are women, episode Isa Miranda

 

1953/ Easy Years

 

1954/This is the Life, episode the license

 

1954/ La Romana

 

1954/ The art of arranging

 

1955/ Golden Girls

 

1957/ The girl of the Palio

 

1958/ Thief He, thief her

 

1959/ Magistrate

 

1960/ The watchful

 

1962/ Roaring Years

 

1964/ Frenzy of the summer

 

1965/ A question of honor

 

1966/ Our Husbands, episode The husband of Olga

 

1968/ The physician of the mutual

 

1968/ The Sweet ladies

 

1970/ General contestation

 

1971/Beautiful, honest, emigrated Australia would marry local girl untouched

 

1973/ Scalpel, the white mafia

 

1975/ People of respect

 

1977/ the monster

 

1979/ Wild Beds

 

 

Bibliography 

 

Aa. VV I Directors Gremese, Rome, 2002

Bolaffi Catalogue of Italian directors Torino 1987