Saturday, June 1, 2013

RIP Nino Baragli

Italian film editor Nino Baragli died in Rome on May 29, 2013. He was 88.
Born in Rome on October 1, 1925 as Giovanni Baragli, he was introduced into the film industry by his uncle Eraldo Da Roma [1900-1981]. He started his career in 1944 as a film operator and assistant editor on “Marinai senza stele” by Francesco De Robertis.

During his career he worked as editor in more than 200 productions between 1944 and 1996, including works by Federico Fellini, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Sergio Leone, Damiano Damiani, Luigi Zampa, Giuliano Montaldo, Sergio Corbucci, Mauro Bolognini, Luigi Comencini, Cristina Comencini, Florestano Vancini, Gabriele Salvatores, Alberto Lattuada, Margarethe von Trotta, Pál Sándor, Bernardo Bertolucci, Roberto Benigni, Massimo Troisi.

He won two David di Donatello for Best Editing in 1991 and 1992, for The Voice of the Moon and Mediterraneo. In 1998 he was awarded with a special Silver Ribbon for his career.

Baragli was the film editor on 12 Euro-westerns including “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966), “Once Upon a Time in the West” (1968), “Duck You Sucker” (1971), “My Name is Nobody” (1972) “A Genius” (1975), both MacGregor films and “Django” (1966)

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