Ruspoli, Mario


Ruspoli, Mario
(June 17, 1925, Rome, Italy-June 13, 1986, Villepinte, Seine-Saint-Denis, France)
   The son of Prince Edmundo Ruspoli de Poggio Suaza and Princess Marthe de Chambrun, he was educated in Rome, Paris, and England. In 1955, he published A la Recherche du Cachalot (Editions de Paris). The book was dedicated to Aristotle Onassis, who produced his first film (Les Hommes de la Baleine). He played in Era lei che lo voleva (Marino Girolami, Giorgio C. Simonelli, Italy). Other books: 1947 Blues, Poésie de l'Amérique noire; 1965 Le Groupe synchrone audiovisuel léger; 1975 Petit Breviaire de la Cuisine étrusque et romaine (Mario Ruspoli); 1980 Revivre Venise avec les grands Voyageurs (Maison du Livre Italien); 1986 Las-caux, un nouveau Regard (co-author with Brigitte and Gilles Delluc, Editions Bordas).
 Filmography
1956 ◘ Les Hommes de la Baleine (documentary; short; also cinematographer)
1959 ◘ Campagne romaine (documentary; short)
        ◘ Ombre et Lumière sur Rome (documentary; short)
        ◘ Regards sur la Folie (documentary; medium-length)
        ◘ Les Inconnus de la Terre / USA: Strangers of the Earth (documentary; medium-length)
        ◘ Méthode 1 (documentary; short)
        ◘ Letite Ville (documentary)
        ◘ Blues Man (documentary; medium-length)
        ◘ In vino veritas / Le Dernier Verre (documentary; short)
        ◘ Baath Omah / Rebirth of a Nation (documentary; short; Tunisia)
1965 ◘ Renaissance (documentary; unreleased)
1968 ◘ Le Vif Mariage (documentary)
1970 ◘ Chaval (documentary)
1972 ◘ La Chavalanthrope (documentary; short; also adapter)
        ◘ Vive la Baleine (documentary; co-director with Chris Marker)
 Television Filmography
1979 ◘ Cro-Magnon, premier Artiste (documentary)
1983 ◘ L'Art du Monde des Ténèbres: Les Origines (documentary)

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