Nicolo Donato

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Nicolo Donato (born October 10, 1974) is a Danish film director.[1]

He trained at various schools, including Testrup Højskole, two schools of photography, and the National Film School of Denmark; the latter included a master class with William Esper. Donato has worked on music videos for Danish rapper Clemens, Moi Caprice and The Raveonettes and has made several short films. His short film Togetherness (2006) was screened at Cannes Film Festival, and was nominated at Seoul International Film Festival for Best International Film.

Donato's feature film debut Broderskab (Brotherhood) won the Golden Marc'Aurelio Jury Award for Best Film[2] at the International Rome Film Festival 2009.


  1. ^ "Nicolo Donato". Retrieved 2012-11-26. 
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