Franco-Giacomo Carbone

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Franco-Giacomo Carbone is an American production designer.

He began as a set and costume designer in New York. He has worked off Broadway for Lincoln Center Theater, La Mama and others. He graduated from the American Film Institute in 1998. Carbone's very first film, Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss, garned favorable reviews nationwide for its bold production design. [1][2] His motion picture credits include Sylvester Stallone's Rocky Balboa and John Rambo, William Friedkin's Bug, Eli Roth's Hostel and Cabin Fever, David Jacobson's Down in the Valley and James Cox's Wonderland.

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Year Title Director Notes
2008 The Lodger David Ondaatje
Rambo Sylvester Stallone
2007 Bug William Friedkin
2006 Rocky Balboa Sylvester Stallone
2005 Hostel Eli Roth
Down in the Valley David Jacobson
2004 Starship Troopers 2:
Hero of the Federation
Phil Tippett Video
Perfect Opposites Matt Cooper
2003 Wonderland James Cox
2002 Cabin Fever Eli Roth
Purpose Alan Ari Lazar
2001 Pretty When You Cry Jack N. Green
Alex in Wonder Drew Ann Rosenberg
See Jane Run Sarah Thorp
Almost a Woman Betty Kaplan TV
2000 Psycho Beach Party Robert Lee King
1999 Shafted! Tom Putnam
Deal of a Lifetime Paul Levine
Kill the Man Tom Booker, Jon Kean
1998 A Hollow Place Joseph Anaya
Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss Tommy O'Haver

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