Movies Directed By Dino Risi

List of all movies directed by Dino Risi, listed alphabetically. These popular films directed by Dino Risi include trailers of the movies when available. This collection includes some of the best movies directed by Dino Risi, so use the list to find some movies you haven't already seen. From Dino Risi's studio films to Dino Risi's independent films, this Dino Risi filmography includes movies from all genres.

List movies include La provincia dei sette laghi, I complessi and many additional movies as well.

Almost all Dino Risi director credits are included. If you’re wondering, “What movies did Dino Risi direct?” or “What is the best Dino Risi movie?” then this list will answer your questions.

Who did Dino Risi work with as a director? Talent includes the likes of Al Pacino, Roger Moore, and Sophia Loren.

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  • 1848

    1848

    Lucia Bosè
    • Released: 2012
    • Directed by: Dino Risi
    1848 is a 1948 documentary short film directed by Dino Risi.
  • A Difficult Life
    Alberto Sordi, Silvana Mangano, Claudio Gora
    • Released: 1961
    • Directed by: Dino Risi
    A Difficult Life is a Commedia all'italiana or Italian-style comedy film directed by Dino Risi in 1961.
  • Behind Closed Doors

    Behind Closed Doors

    A porte chiuse is a 1961 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi.
  • Anima persa
    Catherine Deneuve, Vittorio Gassman, Anicée Alvina
    • Released: 1977
    • Directed by: Dino Risi
    Anima persa is a 1977 Italian thriller film directed by Dino Risi. It is based on the novel with the same name by Giovanni Arpino; it is the second film of Risi inspired by a novel written by Arpino ...more
  • Belle ma povere

    Belle ma povere

    Belle ma povere is a 1957 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. It is the sequel of Poveri ma belli and was followed by Poveri milionari.
  • Dear Father
    Vittorio Gassman, Jeanne Mas, Julien Guiomar
    • Released: 1979
    • Directed by: Dino Risi
    Dear Father is a 1979 Italian drama film directed by Dino Risi. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival, where Stefano Madia won the award for Best Supporting Actor.