Fabrizio Borghini, a renowned writer and expert in cinematography, passed away suddenly at the age of 76 while attending the premiere of his son Lorenzo’s film. Borghini was a journalist and documentarian, known for his unique style in portraying Florence. He authored numerous books about cinema and received several awards throughout his career, including the “Renzo Montagnani” award in 2007. One of his notable works was “C’era una volta un rione a Firenze,” which depicted the childhood and adolescence of a generation from the post-war period to the flood. Borghini was deeply influenced by director Mario Monicelli, dedicating his thesis and writing a biography about him. He also highlighted the relationship between Tuscany and cinema in his books, including one dedicated to Monicelli’s masterpiece, the “Amici miei” trilogy. Borghini’s death has left the city in shock, with an outpouring of condolences and tributes from his readers, friends, and social media.
E’ morto Fabrizio Borghini, noto scrittore. Ha avuto un malore al cinema
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