Sergio Martino and Giantito Burchiellaro – Signed Photo – Torso (I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale)

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Foto su cartoncino oro con autografo di Sergio Martino and Giantito Burchiellaro.

Dimension: 20 Cm x 25 Cm (Appr.) – 8×10 Inches (Appr.)

Movie: Torso (I corpi presentano tracce di violenza carnale) (1973)

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Sergio Martino (born 19 July 1938) is an Italian film director and producer, notable for his contributions to the giallo genre. Martino is the brother of the late producer Luciano Martino (who died in 2013). They collaborated frequently in their respective professions. Their grandfather was director Gennaro Righelli. Sergio Martino worked for both the big screen as well as for Italian television where he does most of his current work. He often worked with actress Edwige Fenech who in the 1970s was married to his brother Luciano. He also worked with many genre actors such as George Hilton (who was married to Sergio’s cousin), Anita Strindberg, Edwige Fenech, Ivan Rassimov and Claudio Cassinelli, as well as famed Italian screenwriter Ernesto Gastaldi. Martino’s pseudonyms include: Julian Barry, Martin Dolman, Serge Martin, Christian Plummer, George Raminto.
Giantito Burchiellaro (Venice, February 9, 1940) is an Italian set designer, winner of the Silver Ribbon for the best scenography in 1996 for the film “Sostiene Pereira” and in 2003 for the film “Prendimi l’anima”. His career began in 1965, collaborating with set designers Piero Gherardi and Luciano Ricceri for Federico Fellini’s film “Giulietta degli spiriti”. He then worked with director Sergio Corbucci for the films “Di che segno sei?”, “Er più – Storia d’amore e di coltello”, “La mazzetta” and “La casa stregata”). He went on to work with Marco Bellocchio and, on the international level, he worked on the scenography of the film “The colors of the soul – Modigliani” and that of the russian film “La vita è bella” by Grigori Chukhrai.

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