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Giulietta Masina - Awards
... Best Actress Nights of Cabiria (1957), Ginger and Fred (1986) Best Supporting Actress Without Pity (1948), Variety Lights (1950) She was twice nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Foreign Actress ... Cannes Film Festival Best actress award, by Nights of Cabiria (1957) ... San Sebastián film festival Best actress award, by Nights of Cabiria (1957) ...
Nights Of Cabiria - Plot
... The film opens with Cabiria happy and laughing, on a river bank with her current boyfriend and live-in lover ... The rest of the plot follows Cabiria as she plies her trade, interacts with her best friend and neighbor Wanda, and searches for a chance to better her life ... Cabiria realizes that—just like her earlier lover—Oscar intends to push her over the cliff and steal her money (she sold her house and possessions and keeps all the money ...
My Voyage To Italy - Films Discussed
... Blasetti The Iron Crown (La corona di ferro) (1941), directed by Alessandro Blasetti Cabiria (1914), directed by Giovanni Pastrone La terra trema (1948), directed ... directed by Federico Fellini La Strada (1955), directed by Federico Fellini Nights of Cabiria ( Le notti di Cabiria) (1957), directed by Federico Fellini La Dolce Vita (1960), directed by Federico Fellini 8½ (1963 ...
Nights Of Cabiria - Reception
... her life shows...But there are two weaknesses in Cabiria ... a cinematic masterpiece", and added that the final shot of Cabiria is worth more than "all the fire-breathing blockbusters Hollywood has to offer ... Nights of Cabiria is transitional it points toward the visual freedom of La Dolce Vita while still remaining attentive to the real world of postwar Rome ...
Cabiria - Production
... a tracking shot was referred to by both cameramen and directors as a 'Cabiria' shot ... famous crane shot moving down and into the festival in Babylon is in a sense a 'Cabiria' shot taken to the ultimate extent ... For many years, Cabiria and Griffith's Judith of Bethulia (1914) were considered the first feature films ...