Isabella Rossellini in 1971 on the set of Baise Pascal, a 1971 two-part television film directed by Roberto Rossellini, Isabella’s father
Isabella Rossellini in London with her twin sister Isotta and her mother Ingrid Bergman
Isabella Rossellini with her half-brother Roberto Rossellin jr, and her mother Ingrid Bergman
Isabella Rossellini made her film debut alongside her mother Ingrid Bergman in 1976, with a brief appearance as a nun in Vincente Minnelli’s Nina, but her real debut dates back to 1979 with Il Prato directed by the brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani.
Isabella Rossellini with Michele Placido in the film The meadow
Isabella Rossellin with her husband Martin Scorsese at the American premiere of the film New York-New York in 1981. The two divorced in 1992
Isabella Rossellini in the film Il Pap’Occhio, the first directed by Renzo Arbore. The film was released in September 1980 and was attacked by the Catholic press. Three weeks later he was kidnapped “for insulting the Catholic religion and the person of His Holiness the Pope” on the orders of the procurator of L’Aquila Donato Massimo Bartolomei. The seizure, however, lapsed due to an amnesty. In 1982 the Rome Court of Appeal filed the complaint for insult.
In il Pap’Occhio, Isabella Rossellini plays herself
Isabella Rossellini in the film White Nights directed by Taylor Hackford in 1985. At the 1986 Academy Awards the song from the soundtrack Say You, Say Me, music and lyrics by Lionel Richie, was awarded as best song.
Isabella Rossellini in Blue Velvet, 1986 film written and directed by David Lynch.
Kyle MacLachlan and Isabella Rossellini in a scene from Blue Velvet.
Isabella Rossellini was in a relationship with director David Lynch from 1986 to 1990
Isabella Rossellini in Tough Guys Don’t Dance, a 1987 film directed by Norman Mailer. The film was presented out of competition at the 40th Cannes Film Festival
Isabella Rossellin with Ted Danson in the film Cousins (Cousins), directed by Joel Schumacher (1989)
Isabella Rossellini in Wild at Heart 1990 film directed by David Lynch, based on the novel of the same name by Barry Gifford, winner of the Palme d’Or for best film at the 43rd Cannes Film Festival, awarded by the jury chaired by the Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci
Isabella Rossellini poses for a perfume commercial (1992)
Isabella Rossellini in The Innocent, directed by John Schlesinger (1993)
Isabella Rosellini in Fearless – Fearless, a 1993 film directed by Peter Weir, based on the novel of the same name by Rafael Yglesias who wrote the screenplay. The plot is based on the events of United Airlines Flight 232.
Isabella Rossellini in the first episode of the TV series Fallen Angels (1993)
Isabella Rossellini in Wyatt Earp, 1994 film directed by Lawrence Kasdan. It is a biopic covering 30 years of Wyatt Earp’s life.
Isabella Rossellini in Immortal Beloved (Immortal Beloved, 1994 film directed by Bernard Rose and based on the life of the German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven.
Isabella Rossellini in 1996 in Piazza del Plebiscito in Naples during the filming of the Rai program ” Te vogio bene assaje ” dedicated to Caruso.
Isabella Rossellini in Big Night, directed by Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci (1996)
Isabella Rossellini in Fratelli (The Funeral), directed by Abel Ferrara (1996)
Isabella Rossellini in the film “Crime of the Century”, directed by Mark Rydell (1996). For this interpretation of her Isabella received a Golden Globe nomination
Isabella Rossellini is the goddess Athena in The Odyssey (The Odyssey), directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy – TV miniseries (1997)
Isella Rossellini is Lady Nimue in Merlino (Merlin) is a two-part television miniseries produced in 1998 and directed by Steve Barron
Isabella Rossellini in Roger Dodger, 2002 film, directed by Dylan Kidd.
Isabella Rossellini and Joséphine de Beauharnais in the Napoleon television mini-series (2002)
Isabella Rossellini in Infamous – A bad reputation directed by Douglas McGrath in 2006 In the film the actress plays Marella Agnelli
Isabella Rossellini in The Accidental Husband, directed by Griffin Dunne (2008)
Isabella Rossellini in Two Lovers, directed by James Gray (2008)