Mario Craveri (1902–1990) was an Italian cinematographer, director and screenwriter.
Born in Turin, Craveri debuted in 1919 as assistant operator but had his first official credit just in 1923, as "second camera operator" in Henry King's The White Sister. Later dedicated to short documentaries and in 1933 he debuted as cinematographer with the Giovacchino Forzano's film Camicia nera.
He won three Nastro d'Argento for best cinematography for Un giorno nella vita (1946), Green Magic (1954) and L'impero del sole (1957); he was also awarded with a special Nastro d'Argento in 1955 for his use of CinemaScope in Lost Continent.
- Black Shirt (1933)
- Don Cesare di Bazan (1942)
- The Jester's Supper (1942)
- Men of the Mountain (1943)
- Without a Flag (1951)
- The Beach (1954)
- Dreams Die at Dawn (1961)
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