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Danilo Donati

Danilo Donati
Born 6 April 1926
Suzzara, Italy
Died 1 December 2001(2001-12-01) (aged 75)
Rome
Occupation Costume designer
Production designer
Years active 1959-2001
Awards Academy Award
Costume Design
1969 Romeo and Juliet
1977 Fellini's Casanova
BAFTA Award
Best Costume Design
1969 Romeo and Juliet
1978 Fellini's Casanova
Best Production Design
1978 Fellini's Casanova
David di Donatello
Best Costumes
1986 Ginger e Fred
1997 Marianna Ucrìa
1998 La vita è bella
2003 Pinocchio
Best Sets and Decorations
1989 Francesco
1997 Marianna Ucrìa
1998 La vita è bella
2003 Pinocchio
Nastro d'Argento
Best Costume Design
1965 Il Vangelo secondo Matteo
1968 The Taming of the Shrew
1969 Romeo and Juliet
1970 Satyricon
1971 I clowns
1977 Fellini's Casanova
1986 Ginger e Fred
1998 Marianna Ucrìa
Best Production Design
1970 Satyricon
1973 Roma
1977 Fellini's Casanova
1989 Francesco
1998 Marianna Ucrìa

Danilo Donati (April 6, 1926 - December 1, 2001) was an Italian costume designer and production designer. He won the Academy Award for Costume Design twice: the first time for his work in Romeo and Juliet (1968), the second time for his work in Fellini's Casanova (1976). In addition, he received numerous David di Donatello and Nastro d'Argento awards for his costume and production designs in various films.[1]

Among the film directors with whom Donati had worked were Federico Fellini and Pier Paolo Pasolini.

Filmography

Costume designer

Production designer

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