Suso Cecchi d'Amico

'''Suso Cecchi D'Amico''' (21 July 1914, Rome – 31 July 2010, Rome) was an Italian screenwriter and actress. She won the 1980 David di Donatello Award for lifetime career. She worked with virtually all of the most celebrated post-war Italian film directors, and wrote or co-wrote many award winning films—among them:

* Franco Zeffirelli: ''The Taming of the Shrew'', ''Brother Sun, Sister Moon'' * Luchino Visconti: ''Bellissima'', ''Rocco and His Brothers'', ''Senso'', ''Ludwig'', ''The Leopard'', ''Conversation Piece'' * Vittorio de Sica: ''Bicycle Thieves'', ''Miracle in Milan'' * Michelangelo Antonioni: ''Le Amiche'' * Mario Monicelli: ''Big Deal on Madonna Street'', ''Risate di gioia'', ''Casanova 70'' * Alessandro Blasetti: ''Lucky to Be a Woman'' * Luigi Zampa: ''L'onorevole Angelina'', ''To Live in Peace'' * Francesco Rosi: ''Salvatore Giuliano'' * Luigi Comencini: ''The Window to Luna Park'' * Alberto Lattuada: ''Flesh Will Surrender''

Cecchi D'Amico wrote the libretto for Nino Rota's opera ''I due timidi'' and collaborated on the script of William Wyler's ''Roman Holiday''. She was a member of the jury at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. She was awarded the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the 1994 Venice film festival. Provided by Wikipedia
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