Maria-Teresa Barbasso

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Art Director

Seventh Son  (2014)

| USA, UK, Canada, China
Directed by: Sergey Bodrov
Cinematography by: Newton Thomas Sigel
Edited by: Jim Page, Paul Rubell

Set Designer

Virgin Territory  (2007)

| Italy, UK, France, Luxembourg
Directed by: David Leland
Cinematography by: Ben Davis
Edited by: Jim Clark

Co-art Director

Kingdom of Heaven  (2005)

| USA, UK, Spain, Germany, Morocco
Directed by: Ridley Scott
Cinematography by: John Mathieson
Edited by: Dody Dorn

A Midsummer Night's Dream  (1999)

| Italy, UK, USA
Directed by: Michael Hoffman
Cinematography by: Oliver Stapleton
Edited by: Garth Craven

Assistant Art Director (uncredited)

Tea with Mussolini  (1999)

| Italy, UK
Directed by: Franco Zeffirelli
Cinematography by: David Watkin
Edited by: Tariq Anwar

Only You  (1994)

| USA, Italy
Directed by: Norman Jewison
Cinematography by: Sven Nykvist

Assistant Art Director (as Maria Teresa Barbasso)

Little Buddha  (1993)

| Italy, France, Liechtenstein, UK
Directed by: Bernardo Bertolucci
Cinematography by: Vittorio Storaro
Edited by: Pietro Scalia

Art Director

Cliffhanger  (1993)

| USA, Italy, France
Directed by: Renny Harlin
Cinematography by: Alex Thomson
Edited by: Frank J. Urioste

Set Designer: Rome (as Maria Teresa Barbasso)

Hudson Hawk  (1991)

Directed by: Michael Lehmann
Cinematography by: Dante Spinotti

Set Designer: Italy (as Maria Teresa Barbasso)

The Godfather: Part III  (1990)

Cinematography by: Gordon Willis

Assistant Art Director

Tai-Pan  (1986)

Directed by: Daryl Duke
Cinematography by: Jack Cardiff
Edited by: Antony Gibbs

Assistant Art Director

King David  (1985)

Directed by: Bruce Beresford
Cinematography by: Donald McAlpine

Assistant Art Director (as Maria Teresa Barbasso)

The Cassandra Crossing  (1976)

| West Germany, Italy, UK
Directed by: George P. Cosmatos
Cinematography by: Ennio Guarnieri

Draftswoman (uncredited)

The Adventurers  (1970)

Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
Cinematography by: Claude Renoir
Edited by: Anne V. Coates

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