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Alba Rohrwacher
Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia
April 27, 2022
Alba Rohrwacher was born in Florence. In 2004, she graduated from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia and, since her debut in Carlo Mazzacurati’s L’amore ritrovato, has worked with some of the most important directors of Italian cinema, from Marco Bellocchio (Sorelle mai, Dormant Beauty) to Daniele Luchetti (Mio fratello è figlio unico, The Ties), from Pupi Avati (Giovanna’s Father, David di Donatello award for best actress) to Giorgio Diritti (The Man Who Will Come), from Silvio Soldini (Days and Clouds, David di Donatello award for best supporting actress) to Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love) as well as Saverio Costanzo (The Solitude of Prime Numbers and Hungry Hearts, Venice Coppa Volpi for best actress), Alice Rohrwacher (The Wonders and Happy as Lazzaro), Laura Bispuri (Sworn Virgin, Daughter of Mine, The Peacock's Paradise), Nanni Moretti (Three Floors), Paolo Genovese (Perfect Strangers), Emma Dante (A Street in Palermo), Gianni Zanasi (Lucia's Grace), and Ginevra Elkann (Magari/If Only). She also boasts several ‘forays’ into international cinema and was directed by the likes of Doris Dörrie (Bliss), Nicolas Saada (Taj Mahal), Arnaud Desplechin (Ismael’s Ghosts), Jonathan Nossiter (Last Words), Chloé Mazlo (Skies of Lebanon), and Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Lost Daughter). In television, Rohrwacher participated in the series The Miracle, directed by Niccolò Ammaniti, and is the narrator in My Brilliant Friend. She has recently joined Mark Cousins’ project Marcia su Roma and will soon be back in movie theatres as the lead in Jasmine Trinca’s debut behind the camera, Marcel!, and in Roberta Torre’s new film Mi fanno male i capelli.
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