Renzo Rossellini

Renzo Rossellini's musical talents have contributed to a variety of Hollywood productions. Rossellini began his entertainment career with his music featured in films like "La Nave Bianca" (1941), "Open City" (1946) and "Germany Year Zero" (1947) with Edmund Moeschke. His music also appeared in "L' Amore" (1948) featuring Anna Magnani, "Paisan" (1948) with Carmela Sazio and the drama "Stromboli" (1950) with Ingrid Bergman. In the fifties, Rossellini's music continued to appear on the silver screen, including in films like "Sins of Rome" (1952) with Ludmilla Tcherina, the crime feature "The Man From Cairo" (1953) with George Raft and "La Donna piu bella del mondo" (1955). His work was also in the dramatic adaptation "Fear" (1956) with Ingrid Bergman. Rossellini continued to exercise his talent in the sixties through the eighties, taking on a mix of projects like "I Tartari" (1960), "Vanina Vanini" (1961) starring Sandra Milo and "Love at Twenty" with Jean-Pierre Léaud (1962). His credits also expanded to "La Pelle" with Marcello Mastroianni (1981) and "Nostalghia" (1983). Rossellini most recently produced "Sweet Dreams" (1991).