Italian filmmaker Alberto Lattuada died on Saturday in Rome at age 90. He had been ill for several years. Lattuado was credited with discovering a bunch of female talent including Catherine Spaak, Natassja Kinski, Clio Goldsmith and Barbara de Rossi. His best known films include the La Spiaggia (1954) and I Dolci Inganni (1960). He last directed a segment in 1989's 12 registi per 12 città.