Synonyms for mistero or Related words with mistero
Examples of "mistero"
di Simonetta", (Nuova narrativa Book 11), Newton and Compton
di Dio interpella l'uomo, 142/3373, 23-32.
dell'isola maledetta, internationally released as Giant of the Evil Island, is a 1965 Italian adventure film.
Some of their more famous series are "Captain Miki", "Il Grande Blek", "Comandante Mark", "Kinowa" and "Alan
The album was named after Dino Buzzati book "La boutique del
". Bajagić stated that he liked the book, but that the songs had no connection with it.
di Bellavista (also known as "Bellavista's Mystery" and "The Mystery of Bellavista") is a 1985 Italian comedy film written, directed and starring Luciano De Crescenzo.
He directed the motion picture "Il
di Galatea" (1919), starring Marga Sevilla, his wife, who studied acting with Eleonora Duse.
1984 - The 1982 Company give the first performance in English of Dario Fo's
Buffo. Company members Annabel Arden (later Complicite), Neil Bartlett and Annie Griffen return to perform and work with OYT at the Pegasus throughout the 1980s.
In 1963 he starred as "Gopal" in two Italian films directed by Mario Camerini: "Kali Yug, la dea della vendetta" (Kali Yug, Goddess of vengeance) and "Il
del tempio indiano" (The secret of the Hindu temple).
The Mystery of the Poet (Italian:Il
del poeta) is an 1888 novel by the Italian writer Antonio Fogazzaro. It is a melodramatic story of the romance between a poet and a fragile woman.
99) La campanelliana “Città del Sole”: utopia o, piuttosto, introduzione razionale al “
della fede”?, in «Siamo la Chiesa» (Parrocchia S. Antonio da Padova, Tricase), 1997, gennaio-aprile, pp. 22–32.
In 1990 Mattone won a David di Donatello and a Nastro d'Argento for the soundtrack of the 1989 film "Scugnizzi". His earlier scores had included "" (1974), "Così parlò Bellavista" (1984), "Il
di Bellavista" (1985) and "Fatto su misura" (1985). From 2000s his principal occupation is the theater, as author and producer of musicals.
The genre generally said to have begun with "
Buffo" ("Comic Mystery") by Dario Fo in 1969, though Fo has traditionally used mime to physicalize the actions and the entire cast of characters when performing in this style. This influenced two generations of narrattori, notably Marco Paolini, Marco Baliani and Laura Curino; and later Ascanio Celestini, Davide Enia and Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher.
When performed by Dario Fo, the play is often improvised, using a book of illustrations as a prompt. He uses mime and grammelot and onomatopoeia to represent the action. It is considered to belong to the genre of "Teatro di narrazione", which is generally said to have begun with Fo's own "
In Italian, he has written "Dal punto di vista dell'interprete", "Il libero arbitrio", "Azione" and edited"La logica della libertà" "Normatività, Fatti, Valori" "Scetticismo. Storia di una vicenda filosofica" "Siamo davvero liberi? Le neuroscienze e il
del libero arbitrio" and "La filosofia analitica e le altre tradizioni"
Macaronic text is still used by modern Italian authors, e.g. by Carlo Emilio Gadda. Other examples are provided by the character Salvatore in Umberto Eco's "The Name of the Rose", and the peasant hero of his "Baudolino". Dario Fo's "
Buffo" (""Comic Mystery Play"") features grammelot sketches using language with macaronic elements.
In 1984 he directed the successful movie adaptation of "Così parlò Bellavista" (in which he also played the protagonist), followed by "Il
di Bellavista" in 1985. In 1995 he wrote and directed "Croce e delizia", featuring Teo Teocoli and Isabella Rossellini.
Marcellino de Baggis (1971–2011) was an Italian cinematographer and director. He directed and shot the award winning documentaries Herculaneum: Diaries of Darkness and Light", and
e Sgomento". During the last years of his life, De Baggis worked with the United Nations on their ground-breaking Ending Hunger campaign for which he shot and directed numerous commercials, PSAs, and informercials.
She started her career in theater in 1966; in 1968 she created the theatre group called "Nuova Scena" together with Dario Fo and Franca Rame, following the model of Erwin Piscator's "Volksbũhne". The most important production of "Nuova Scena" was "
Buffo" by Dario Fo.
Disney had also licensed the Italian publishing house Mondadori to create stories with the Disney characters as their stars. The first to star Donald, under his Italian name "Paolino Paperino", was "Paolino Paperino e il
di Marte" (later reprinted in the United States as "The Secret of Mars", "Donald Duck" #286) by Federico Pedrocchi, first published on December 30, 1937.
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