Otherwise, you’ll lose your idea of who you are. It was entered into the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. She is Tunisian from her mother's side and Italian from her father's side. [71] She was at the height of her sensuality at the time, but later the film only brought back unpleasant memories for her as she experienced little empathy with the producer Antonio Pietrangeli, while the male star Ugo Tognazzi tried to seduce her. Like many other female Italian film stars, Claudia Cardinale's entry into the business was by way of a beauty pageant. Two years later, Cardinale went on a theatrical tour of Italy, performing in Luigi Pirandello's Come tu mi vuoi, which Squitieri directed. Though the international film market was glutted with sultry European actresses during the 1960s, few could boast the depth and range of talent as Claudia Cardinale. Blessed with an extraordinary face and figure, Cardinale began her career as lovely window dressing in films like … She also appeared alongside Rod Taylor in The Hell with Heroes and starred in one of her best-known roles as former prostitute Jill McBain in Sergio Leone's epic Western Once Upon a Time in the West. [52] The interview was published in Esquire under the title "The Next Goddess of Love". She starred mainly in European movies, especially Italian and french. [4][5] Her mother, Yolande Greco, was born in Tunisia to Sicilian emigrants from Trapani. After playing a lead role in 'Three Strangers in Rome' (1958), she had roles in the films 'Vento del sud' (1959), 'Il magistrato' (1959), 'Un maledetto imbroglio' (1959), 'Upstairs and Downstairs' (1959). 47th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival, "Claudia Cardinale and the Man Behind Her", "Claudia Cardinale: 'I don't want to stop, "The Leopard celebrates its 50th anniversary", "I Protagonisti del Cinema Italiano: Claudia Cardinale", "CLAUDIA CARDINALE: I've lived 141 lives", "A Tribute to Claudia Cardinale – Biography", "Claudia Cardinale to fete Visconti restoration at Venice", "TV: PRESTO IL NUOVO 'PREFETTO DI FERRO'. Many suffered from the experience, but she was able to hold her own: "I took care of my own interests, blankly refusing to sign an exclusive contract with Universal Studios. [82], In 1968, Cardinale featured opposite Franco Nero in The Day of the Owl, in a David di Donatello for Best Actress-winning performance. [64] Cardinale acted in her first American film (although it was produced in Italy) when she played Princess Dala, a wealthy aristocratic woman who is the love and jewellery interest of David Niven in the Cortina d'Ampezzo-set The Pink Panther. She also featured in La Scoumoune with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Michel Constantin. Cardinale's child, Patrick, grew up with Cardinale's parents. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian-Tunisian film actress. And Federico Fellini was the first one who used my voice. https://film.org.pl/a/ludzie/claudia-cardinale-konczy-80-lat-158070 Jako nastolatka wygrała konkurs piękności, do którego się nawet nie zgłosiła, a w nagrodę w 1958 roku pojechała na festiwal filmowy w Wenecji. Film profile for Claudia Cardinale, Actor, born 15 April 1938. Claudia Cardinale is a very well-known Italian actress. Mystery is very important. Understanding her predicament, he sent her to London for the birth, far away from the press. Poorly received, the film was boycotted, and the producers have since refused to assign the broadcasting rights. Here are some of our picks to get you in the spirit. [91] Later that year she appeared in the comedies The Immortal Bachelor with Vittorio Gassman and Qui comincia l'avventura with Monica Vitti. After making her debut in a minor role with Omar Sharif in Goha (1958), Cardinale became one of the best-known actresses in Italy with roles in films such as Rocco and His Brothers (1960), Girl with a Suitcase (1961), Cartouche (1962), The Leopard (1963), and Fellini's 8½ (1963). Postavy ji nepoznamenávaly, naopak ona v nich zanechala své otisky - smyslné charisma v italské… [129] After a role in the TV movie Hold-up à l'italienne (2008), the following year Cardinale starred in the critically acclaimed The String, playing a Tunisian mother who has a tempestuous relationship with her French-educated gay son. Who is the most beautiful Italian actress of all time? "[119] Cardinale and the cast were nominated for an ALMA Award for Outstanding Latino/a Cast in a Made-for-Television Movie or Mini-Series. I do not want to become a cliché. [130] Michael D. Klemm of cinemaqueer.com reflected on how the film broke many of the taboos with interracial sexuality and homosexuality. [125] The film was screened out of competition at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. Her birth name is Claude Josephine Rose Cardinale. A verseny díja egy utazás volt Velencébe, ahol az olasz filmesek azonnal felfigyeltek rá. [127] In 2007, Cardinale appeared in the Aline Issermann comedy film Cherche fiancé tous frais payés, opposite Alexandra Lamy and Bruno Salomone,[128] in a role which Patrick Besson described as "atrocious". "[38] [67], She first starred in the Henry Hathaway's Hollywood picture Circus World (1964) opposite John Wayne and Rita Hayworth, playing the daughter of Hayworth, who performs with her as a mother-daughter circus act. [151], Cardinale published an autobiography with Anne Mori, Io Claudia, Tu Claudia, in 1995. "[57] With her portrayal of Angelica in The Leopard and her brief appearance as herself in 8½, Cardinale achieved the definitive status of a top-ranking star. [131], In 2010, Cardinale received the Golden Orange Best Actress Award at the 47th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival for her performance as an elderly Italian woman who takes in a young Turkish exchange student in Signora Enrica. Every film I make entails becoming a different woman. In Bolognini's films, thanks to her aesthetic femininity, Cardinale took roles of manipulative women who lead men to perdition. [117], In 1997, Cardinale featured in the British-Italian television drama miniseries Nostromo, directed by Alastair Reid and produced by Fernando Ghia of Pixit Productions, a co-production with Radiotelevisione Italiana, Televisión Española, and WGBH Boston. Cardinale remarked: "Zurlini was one of those who really love women: he had an almost feminine sensitivity. Vitti's biographer noted how Cardinale and Vitti stood out as the female duo in a predominantly masculine cast. Director: Francesco Maselli | Stars: Claudia … Claudia Cardinale. He could understand me at a glance. [115] In 1993, Cardinale won the Leone d'oro alla carriera award at the Venice Film Festival, in which she was honoured along with Roman Polanski, Robert De Niro, and Steven Spielberg. She has been a UNESCO goodwill ambassador for the Defence of Women's Rights since March 2000,[150] and was a goodwill ambassador for the UNESCO World Water Day for 2006. [74] Diane Bond doubled for Cardinale in the film. [139] While promoting Effie Gray, in an interview Cardinale said: "I still continue to work, it's 142 movies now. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian film actress. Claudia Cardinale is a very well-known Italian actress. In 1982, she starred in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo as the love interest of Klaus Kinski, who raises the funds to buy a steamship in Peru. She appeared as what Roger Ebert described as a "faded countess" opposite Jeremy Irons in Claude Lelouch's thriller film And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen,[124] portraying a character who spends her time in Fez, Morocco, with handsome gigolos. In 2010, Cardinale received the Best Actress Award at the 47th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival for her performance as an elderly Italian woman who takes in a young Turkish exchange student in Signora Enrica. Take a look at Chris Pine's biggest roles and the parts he never got the chance to play, including a major role in Avatar. [118] It is described as "an adaptation of Joseph Conrad's epic story Nostromo of political upheaval, greed, and romance in turn-of-the-20th-century South America. 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But Claudia – she's not easy, still she's within reach". In 1991, Cardinale featured alongside Richard Berry and Omar Sharif in Henri Verneuil's Mayrig (meaning "mother"), a film about the struggles of an Armenian family that emigrates to Marseilles in France from Turkey after the Armenian Genocide of 1915. [42] However, her leading performance in Francesco Maselli's Silver Spoon Set gained her most attention during this period. Claudia Cardinale arrives at the premiere of the new restoration of Luchino Visconti’s 1963 Palme d’Or winner The Leopard / Il Gattopardo, held at the Palais des Festivals on May 14, during the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.. [52] Just a few years later, she played a similar character in a film based on another novel by Moravia, Time of Indifference. Cardinale agreed to reunite with Blake Edwards, Herbert Lom, and Burt Kwouk to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Pink Panther by making Son of the Pink Panther. [8] She then studied at the Paul Cambon School, where she graduated with the intention of becoming a teacher. At the time, Cardinale was not considered comparable to the two divas of Italian cinema, Sophia Loren and Gina Lollobrigida, but several newspapers and magazines including Paris Match began to consider her to be a credible young rival to Brigitte Bardot. [75] Cardinale became good friends with Hudson, who proved to be very protective of her, knowing her discomfort outside of Italy. "[60] However, following her success in Hollywood, she began to express concerns about the direction of her career. Claudia Cardinale, Actress: C'era una volta il West. [45] Zurlini chose her for such a difficult role against everyone's advice, as she was not yet considered a "real" actress, nor was she (yet) one of the most celebrated Italian beauties. And I was speaking in French; in fact I was dubbed. Cardinale was praised by critics for her role as the mother; the Armenian General Benevolent Union of America noted the "flawless performance of these intrepid actors, especially of Claudia Cardinale". As of July 2015[update], it has a rating of just 6% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 34 reviews. [26] When she thought she could no longer hide her condition, she asked Cristaldi to terminate her contract. [141], Claudia Cardinale met the Italian film producer Franco Cristaldi in 1958. [34] She then played the role of Maria in Ralph Thomas's British film Upstairs and Downstairs, which starred Michael Craig and Anne Heywood. Cardinale nie zamierzała jednak rezygnować z kariery. While the two were staying in Atlanta, he surprised her by taking her to their wedding ceremony which he had arranged without her knowledge. [106] In 1985, Cardinale starred opposite Ben Gazzara and Lina Sastri in Alberto Bevilacqua's La donna delle meraviglie. Like many other female Italian film stars, Claudia Cardinale's entry into the business was by way of a beauty pageant. Learn about Claudia Cardinale including past and current movies, upcoming movies, and celebrity news at Movies.com. Everything was in the hands of Vides". [23] Francesco Freda felt the film paved her way "to great success", noting the "sweetness of her smile" which struck a chord with the public.[43]. [6] Her native languages were French, Tunisian Arabic, and the Sicilian language of her parents. [98], After a role in Si salvi chi vuole (1980), and a smaller part in Peter Zinner's The Salamander opposite Franco Nero, Anthony Quinn, and Christopher Lee,[99] Cardinale played the love interest of Marcello Mastroianni in Liliana Cavani's war picture The Skin, a film which also reunited her with Burt Lancaster. During the filming of Il bell'Antonio, her co-star Marcello Mastroianni fell in love with her, but she rejected him, as she did not take his love seriously, considering him to be one of those actors who cannot help but fall in love with their co-stars. This was followed by a role as a telephone operator in Certo certissimo ... anzi probabile, and as a nurse opposite Sean Connery and Peter Finch in Mikhail Kalatozov's The Red Tent, based on the story of the mission to rescue Umberto Nobile and the other survivors of the crash of the Airship Italia. Claudia Cardinale urodziła się i wychowała w Tunezji. [123] [76], By 1966, Cardinale was being cited as the most popular film star in Italy, even more than Mastroianni and Loren. It was entered into the 1987 Cannes Film Festival. [94] Cardinale starred in her husband's Il prefetto di ferro, which tells the story of Cesare Mori (Giuliano Gemma), an Italian prefect that before and during the Fascist period was best known as "the Iron Prefect". Trivia (21) She has two children: Patrizio, who was born out of wedlock (the father was a mysterious Frenchman) when she was 17 and later adopted by her former husband Franco Cristaldi; and Claudia, whose biological father is her longtime companion Pasquale Squitieri. [65] Niven raved about working with the actress, telling her, "After spaghetti, you're Italy's happiest invention. After being spotted by several film producers at the event, she was invited to study at the Experimental Cinematography Center in Rome under Tina Lattanzi. The film, inspired by the story of Peruvian rubber baron Carlos Fermín Fitzcarrald, was shot on location in Brazil and Peru. Outspoken on women's rights causes over the years, Cardinale has been a UNESCO goodwill ambassador for the Defense of Women's Rights since March 2000. I mean, I've been going to Hollywood many, many times, but I didn't want to sign a contract. [110] Cardinale's performance as Scacchi's cancer-stricken mother was praised by critics, with Desson Howe of The Washington Post highlighting the "warm and radiant" elements that she brought to the role,[111] and Hal Hinson, also of The Post, comparing Scacchi to having "the same kind of sensuality that Cardinale brought to her earlier roles". It was Edward's last film, but was a critical and commercial failure, with critics despairing at the "painfully unfunny script" and the performance of Roberto Benigni as Clouseau, which earned him the Razzie Award for Worst New Star. But when I’m finished, I’m me again."[66]. The appearance nonetheless marked her feature-film debut. [107] It entered the competition at the 1985 Venice International Film Festival. She had starring roles in 8½ (1963), The Professionals (1966), Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) and The Pink Panther (1963); the majority of Cardinale's films have been either Italian or French. [6] Her maternal grandparents had a small shipbuilding firm in Trapani, but later settled in La Goulette, where a large Italian community existed. PROTAGONISTA VINCENT PEREZ", "Fernando Ghia, 69; Italian Film, TV Producer Known Best for 'Mission, "Festival de Cannes: And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen", "Claudia Cardinale invited to 47th Altın Portakal fest", "Presentato a Istanbul il film 'Signora Enrica' girato a Rimini", "Manoel de Oliveira passa dos cuidados intensivos para os intermédios", "Claudia Cardinale Interview – Effie Gray & Once Upon A Time In the West", "Claudia Cardinale, Premio 'Tabernas de Cine' del Almería Western", "Claudia Cardinale wird 80: Glückwunsch, Tigerin! Cardinale's voice in the film was dubbed by Gale Garnett, who went uncredited. [24] Later that year, she had a leading role opposite Yvonne Monlaur in Claudio Gora's romantic comedy Three Strangers in Rome. [48] Cardinale's 1961 appearances also included Henri Verneuil's French comedy Les Lions sont lâchés,[49] and Auguste in which she had a cameo role. The contract contained many stipulations which Cardinale was expected to adhere to while Cristaldi groomed her. Claudia Cardinale, właśc.Claude Josephine Rose Cardinale (ur.15 kwietnia 1938 w Tunisie) – włoska aktorka filmowa.Obok Sophii Loren i Giny Lollobrigidy uważana za jedną z … [7], Cardinale was educated at the Saint-Joseph-de-l'Apparition school of Carthage, which she attended along with her younger sister Blanche. She is Tunisian from her mother's side and Italian from her father's side. Cardinale's powerful performance as Claretta Petacci garnered her the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress. Claudia Cardinale Westerns Claudia Cardinale only made about 3 Westerns – which is rather startling since she is an Italian actress and was a major Star in Europe during the height of Spaghetti Westerns. [104] In 1984, she played the love interest of Marcello Mastroianni in a Marco Bellocchio production of Henry IV, based on the Luigi Pirandello play of the same name. The most notable films she has appeared in include 8½ (1963) and Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). - DER SPIEGEL - Geschichte", "Claudia Cardinale: 'Usually you live only one life. [103], In 1983, Cardinale had a role in the Waris Hussein miniseries Princess Daisy, and featured alongside Lino Ventura and Bernard Giraudeau in the French-Canadian film Le Ruffian. I've never revealed my self or even my body in films. An acid portrait of Italian youth at the time, I DELFINI follows a dreary season of discontent and viciousness in the lives of a thoroughly unpleasant group of mostly rich youngsters in a small Adriatic coast city. [152][153] Cardinale said of her acting, "I never felt scandal and confession were necessary to be an actress. Such was the success of the film that Verneuil made a sequel the following year, 588, rue Paradis, also featuring the cast. Though the international film market was glutted with sultry European actresses during the 1960s, few could boast the depth and range of talent as Claudia Cardinale. In this, she starred along with Jean Rochefort. I like to live in Europe. Her father, Francesco Cardinale, was a railway worker, born in Gela, Sicily. "[60], In 1966, a photograph of Cardinale was featured in the original gatefold artwork to Bob Dylan's album Blonde on Blonde (1966), but it was used without Cardinale's permission and removed from later pressings. In 1974, Cardinale met director Pasquale Squitieri, who would become her partner, and she frequently featured in his films, including I guappi (1974), Corleone (1978) and Claretta (1984), the last of which won her the Nastro d'Argento Award for Best Actress. As a result of her own experience of early motherhood, Cardinale naturally conveyed the concerns of a teenaged mother, identifying fully with the character of Aida. Though the international film market was glutted with sultry European actresses during the 1960s, few could boast the depth and range of talent as Claudia Cardinale. On this discovery, he wanted her to have an abortion, but she decided to keep the child. The comedy was a huge success, making Cardinale instantly recognizable. Thereafter, she spent three years in the United States, where she starred in several Hollywood films. Claudia was born in La Goulette on April 15, 1938. For several years, she appeared in Hollywood films such as Blindfold (1965), Lost Command (1966), The Professionals (1966), "Don't Make Waves" (1967) with Tony Curtis, The Hell with Heroes (1968), and the Sergio Leone epic Western Once Upon a Time in the West (1968), a joint US-Italian production, in which she was praised for her role as a former prostitute opposite Jason Robards, Charles Bronson, and Henry Fonda. She appeared in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in several English films. She featured especially in Italian and French, but also in different English-language films. She did not learn to speak Italian until she had already begun to be cast for Italian films. Claudia Cardinale full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films. [21] According to Cardinale, the couple had a marriage party but did not marry,[142] and they became increasingly detached. "[44] Cardinale was warmly praised by the critics for her performance in Girl with a Suitcase, Dennis Schwartz considering her to have been at her "charming best". [79] Leonard Maltin, though, described the film as "a gem". [138] In 2014, Cardinale portrayed a "sympathetic Italian chaperone" viscountess in the British period drama film Effie Gray, which was written by Emma Thompson and featured Dakota Fanning in the lead role. The film shared the 1978 David di Donatello for Best Film award with In nome del Papa Re. [20][21][c] Cristaldi largely managed her early career, and she was married to him from 1966 until 1975. [143], Cardinale lived with Pasquale Squitieri, an Italian film director, for 42 years, from 1975[144] until Squitieri died on 18 February 2017, aged 78. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian, Tunisian film actress who appeared in most of applauding European films of the 1960s and 1970s. Visconti needed silence for his work while Fellini preferred noise and confusion. [15][b], Back in Tunis, however, Cardinale discovered unexpectedly that she was pregnant, the result of what she later described as a "terrible" relationship with a Frenchman, some 10 years her senior, which began when she was only 17 and lasted for about a year. The 1960s produced some of the most iconic actresses of modern film—figures that we still revere for their style and nonchalant beauty. Here she talks to Adrian Wootton about working with the … Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale is a Tunisian-born Italian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. [95] In 1978, Cardinale appeared in Damiano Damiani's political thriller, Goodbye & Amen – L'uomo della CIA, and again featured alongside Gemma in her husband's gangster picture, Corleone, set in 1950s Sicily. [35] In her early roles, she was usually dubbed, as producers considered her voice too hoarse. Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale is a Tunisian-born Italian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. [93] The following year, she had a biblical role as the adulteress in the Jesus of Nazareth miniseries, which featured Robert Powell as Jesus, Anne Bancroft as Mary Magdalene, and Ernest Borgnine as Cornelius the Centurion. She was 17 years old and studying at the Centro Sperimentale in Rome when she entered a beauty contest, which resulted in her getting a succession of small film roles. [39] Mastroianni insisted that his feelings were genuine, even after many years. Here are a few examples of ways you can filter the charts: The Top 10 Movies Starring Claudia Cardinale; The Top 20 Movies Starring Claudia Cardinale [25], Although she worked well into her seventh month, Cardinale's pregnancy was kept a tight secret. [47] Later in 1961, Cardinale starred as a prostitute opposite Jean-Paul Belmondo in Bolognini's La Viaccia. However, when she did her aim was extremely good – starring in 2 of the greatest Westerns ever made: The Professionals … Continue reading She also realized she was increasingly unable to make decisions about her own life. Wystąpiła w wielu filmach wyreżyserowanych przez męża, Pasquale’a Squitieri – m.in. Cristaldi offered Cardinale the contract without a screen test. Filming began on 22 February 1965 on location in Ocala, Florida. [29] For seven years, Cardinale kept her secret, not only from the public, but also from her own son, Patrick, who grew up in the family with her parents and sister more or less as a brother[30] until the day Enzo Biagi, a journalist, discovered the truth. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian film actress. Quinn expressed his love of working with Cardinale, stating that although he adored Cardinale and Loren equally, "I relate easier to Claudia, Sophia creates an impression of something larger than life, something unobtainable. Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale (born 15 April 1938) is an Italian Tunisian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. Zenred September 30, 2020 Posted in Claudia Cardinale, Starlets Claudia Cardinale, publicity photo for the British film Upstairs and Downstairs (Ralph Thomas, 1959), her first English language film (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) Hot & Sexy Pictures Of Claudia Cardinale. It moves men all over the world to imagine her both as an exciting mistress and wife. Cristaldi later married Zeudi Araya and had no further contractual relationships with Cardinale. "[69] Filmwriter David Simpson notes that as a result, "Cardinale never achieved the same level of fame as Loren and Gina Lollobrigida", although she appeared in a higher number of decent films. I've been very lucky because I've had many fantastic directors with me, Fellini, Visconti, Blake Edwards, lots and lots...". In 2013, Cardinale starred alongside supporting actresses Patricia Black and Chloé Cunha in Nadia Szold's Joy de V.,[137] and had a role in Ernst Gossner's war drama The Silent Mountain, a love story set in the Dolomite Mountains at the outbreak of World War I between Italy and Austria-Hungary in 1915. [120] In 1998, Cardinale portrayed the mother of Lola Naymark in the French picture Riches, belles, etc., a wealthy baroness who leaves her hotel to her daughter to care for during her absence.