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Augusto Genina

Augusto Genina
Born January 28, 1892(1892-01-28)
Rime, Italy
Died September 18, 1957 (aged 65)
Occupation film director, film producer
Years active 1913—1955

Augusto Genina (January 28, 1892 – September 18, 1957) was an Italian film pioneer. He was a movie producer and director.

Born in Rome, Genina was a drama critic and wrote comedies for the Il Mondo Magazine, under advise of Aldo de Benedetti switches to movies for the "Film d'Arte Italiana", that produces his first film "La moglie di sua eccellenza". In 1929 Genina moved to France to direct Louise Brooks in sonorized film Prix de beauté. He studied sound techniques, and worked in France and Germany in same but alternate languages film versions which were filmed simultaneously, before his return to Italy.

He won Venice Film Festival Mussolini's cup for Best Italian Film twice, in 1936 by Lo squadrone bianco and in 1940 by The Siege of the Alcazar, both Fascist propaganda films.

In 1953, he filmed Three Forbidden Stories, another version of the real tragic accident that Giuseppe De Santis made one year before in Rome 11 O'Clock (Roma ore 11).

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