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Ugo Falena
Ugo Falena

Ugo Falena (April 25, 1875 in Rome – September 20, 1931 in Rome), was an Italian silent film director and occasional opera librettist. His films include Otello (1909), Beatrice Cenci (1911), William Tell (1911), Romeo and Juliet (1912), and a notable adaptation of Mascagni's Cavalleria rusticana (1916) featuring the soprano who sang at the premiere of the opera, itself, Gemma Bellincioni. He also wrote the libretto for Alfano's opera, L’ultimo Lord.

Works

Romeo and Juliet (1912) (intertitles in Dutch)
  • Trionfi dell'anima (1896);
  • In quarantena (1897);
  • Il pappagallo (The Parakeet) (1900);
  • Il sogno di Giacobbe (1900);
  • Jolanda di Savoia (Yolande of Savoy) (1900);
  • I morti (1906);
  • Il passato (1907);
  • Salomè (1910)
  • Il Signor Principe (1911);
  • Gli assenti (1914);
  • L'Aquila (1916);
  • Don Giovanni (1923);
  • Le nozze d'Arlecchino (1924);
  • Zi' Cardinale (1924)
  • Er giubbileo (1925);
  • Il buon ladrone (1925);
  • L'ultimo lord (1925);
  • La sposa del Re (1926);
  • Il raggio di Luna (1927);
  • La regina Pomari (1928);
  • Il favorito (The Favourite) (1928);
  • Santo Marino (1928);
  • La vendetta di Demostene (Demosthene's Vendetta) (1930);
  • L'esiliata (1930);
  • Il duca di Mantova (The Duke of Mantua) (1931);
  • La corona di Strass (Strass's Crown) (1931) - posthumous;
  • Diogene senza lanterna (1931) - posthumous.

Filmography

Bibliography

  • AA. VV. Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo, Vol 4., various editions
  • AA. VV. Filmlexicon degli autori e delle opere vol. 2 - Roma, Centro sperimentale di cinematografia, 1959
  • S. D'Amico Il teatro italiano - Milan, Treves, 1932

External links

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