Bernardino Zapponi

  • Born: (Rome, Lazio, Italy)
  • Died: (Rome, Lazio, Italy)

Bernardino Zapponi was an Italian novelist and screenwriter best known for his films written in collaboration with Federico Fellini.

An expert in literary innovation, Zapponi founded the cult magazine Il Delatore (The Spy), published four novels including Gobal, a famous collection of short stories, as well as songs, plays and theatre sketches. Revered for his work with Fellini, he also collaborated on films by Dino Risi and co-wrote Dario Argento's Deep Red.


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