Pasqualino De Santis
Pasquale De Santis
24 April 1927
|Died||23 June 1996 69) (aged|
|Relatives||Giuseppe De Santis (brother)|
|Awards|| Academy Award for Best Cinematography |
1968 Romeo and Juliet
BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography
1971 Death in Venice
Pasquale De Santis (24 April 1927 – 23 June 1996) was an Italian cinematographer.
Born in Fondi, he was the brother of film director Giuseppe De Santis. They worked together in Non c'è pace tra gli ulivi, Uomini e lupi (1956), La strada lunga un anno (1958) and La garçonnière (1960).
He collaborated with Francesco Rosi in C'era una volta (1967), Uomini contro (1970), Il caso Mattei (1972), Lucky Luciano (1974), Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1979), Tre fratelli (1981), Carmen (1984), Cronaca di una morte annunciata (1987), Diario napoletano (1992) and La tregua (1996), filmed in Ukraine, where he died.
He worked with Luchino Visconti ( La caduta degli dei , 1969; Death in Venice , 1971; Conversation Piece, 1974; L'Innocente , 1976), Federico Fellini ( Fellini: A Director's Notebook , 1969), Joseph L. Mankiewicz ( The Honey Pot , 1966), Vittorio De Sica ( Amanti , 1968), Joseph Losey ( The Assassination of Trotsky , 1972), Carlo Lizzani (Torino nera, 1972), Robert Bresson (Lancelot du Lac, 1974; Le diable probablement , 1977; L'Argent, 1982), Ettore Scola ( A Special Day , 1977; La terrazza , 1980), Giuliano Montaldo ( Marco Polo , 1982).
|1969||Romeo and Juliet||Best Cinematography||Won|
|1972||Death in Venice||Best Cinematography||Won|
|1982||Marco Polo||Best Cinematography||Nominated|
|1981||Three Brothers||Best Cinematography||Won|
|1990||The Palermo Connection||Nominated|
|1990||The Palermo Connection||Best Cinematography||Nominated|
|1997||The Truce||Best Cinematography||Nominated|
|1968||More Than a Miracle||Best Cinematography||Nominated|
|1969||Romeo and Juliet||Won|
|1972||Death in Venice||Won|
|1987||Chronicle of a Death Foretold||Nominated|
|1970||Romeo and Juliet||Best Cinematography||Nominated|
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