Film d’arte

  • La kermesse heroica (Jacques Feyder, 1935)
  • Rembrandt (Alexander Korda, 1936)
  • Soberbia (Albert Lewin, 1943)
  • Utamaro y sus cinco mujeres (Kenji Mizoguchi, 1946)
  • Moulin Rouge (John Huston, 1952)
  • El loco del pelo rojo (Vincente Minnelli, 1956)
  • Los amantes de Montparnasse (Jacques Becker, 1957)
  • Un genio anda suelto (Ronald Neame, 1958)
  • El tormento y el éxtasis (Carol Reed, 1965)
  • El Greco (Luciano Salce, 1966)
  • El Decamerón (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1971)
  • Gauguin, el salvaje (Fielder Cook 1980)
  • Caravaggio (Derek Jarman, 1986)
  • Luces y sombras (Jaime Camino, 1988)
  • Historias de Nueva York:, episodio Life Lessons (Martin Scorsese, 1989)
  • Los sueños de Akira Kurosawa (Akira Kurosawa, 1990)
  • La bella mentirosa (Jacques Rivette, 1991)
  • Dalí (Antonio Ribas, 1991)
  • Van Gogh (Maurice Pialat, 1991)
  • La vida de bohemia (Kaurismaki, 1992)
  • El sol del membrillo (Víctor Erice, 1992)
  • Carrington (Christopher Hampton, 1995)
  • Yo disparé a Andry Warhol (Mary Harron, 1996)
  • Basquiat (Julian Schnabel, 1996)
  • Sobrevivir a Picasso (James Ivory) 1996
  • El amor es el demonio (John Maybury, 1998)
  • Goya en Burdeos (Carlos Saura, 1999)
  • Pollock, la vida de un creador (Ed Harris, 2000)
  • Frida (Julie Taymor, 2002)
  • La joven de la perla (Peter Webber, 2003)
  • Modigliani (Mick Davis, 2006)
  • Klimt (Raoul Ruiz, 2006)
  • El Greco (Iannis Smaragdis, 2007)

Published by Marco Brevi

The intuitive Vision is what makes out of us being a Genius. My intuitive vision allow me to draw solutions through a cosmopolitan school and educational design made to excel evolve and renew old paradigms no longer suitable

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