The late Baroque Trevi Fountain in Rome by Nicola Salvi (1697-1751), completed in 1762 by Giuseppe Panini, became famous for the nocturnal bath that Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg took in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita (1960). One year after La Dolce Vita, the photograph by Comet photographer Hans Krebs was taken. It shows nuns throwing coins.
Old Snàporaz. On the 20th anniversary of Marcello Mastroianni’s death
Today is the 20th anniversary of Marcello Mastroianni’s death. On this occasion we present some recently digitised photographs of the shooting of Vie privée (A Very Private Affair, 1962) by Louis Malle in Geneva. Mastroianni embodies a man who travels between Geneva, Paris and Spoleto and has an affair with the model and movie star ‘Jill’ (Brigitte Bardot). Jill is being pursued by the press and the paparazzi and finally
The Eiger Sanction – to mark Clint Eastwood’s eighty-fifth birthday
On Sunday, 31 May, Clint Eastwood celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday. To mark the occasion, we are displaying a number of photographs from the archive of the photographic agency Comet Photo AG, which were taken by B. Albrecht on the set of Eastwood’s The Eiger Sanction in