Marco Pontecorvo

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Marco Pontecorvo
BornNovember 8, 1966
Rome, Italy
OccupationCinematographer
Parent(s)Gillo Pontecorvo (father)

Marco Pontecorvo (born November 8, 1966, Rome) is an Italian cinematographer and film director.

Marco Pontecorvo was initially interested in black and white photography, but eventually became a film maker like his father Gillo. He debuted as director of photography on In sailing in the wrong direction (1997). Some of his best known works are Rome, The Last Legion, Letters to Juliet and Game of Thrones.

He has also directed films. His first film Pa-ra-da received several award nominations, including the Silver Ribbon for the best debutant director and the David di Donatello for Best Debut Director, and won the Pasinetti Award at the 65th Venice International Film Festival[1] and the Francis Laudadio Award for Best First Feature at the Bari International Film Festival.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Genre Notes
2015 Partly Cloudy with Sunny Spells
2013 Fading Gigolo
2011 Game of Thrones TV series
2010 Passione
Letters to Juliet
2009 Evidence for a Sicilian Tragedy
My One and Only
2007 The Last Legion
2006 Firewall
2005 Rome TV series 2005 - 2007
2004 Eros
2003 Perduto amor
My House in Umbria TV movie
2002 Una seconda occasione short
La prossima volta short
2000 On the Beach Beyond the Pier
Voci
1999 Katja's Adventure
Banana Splatter short
1998 Le ragazze di Piazza di Spagna TV series 2000
The Guest
Greener Fields TV movie
Fuochino short
Bambina in metro B short
1997 In sailing in the wrong direction TV series 2000
La tregua
The Many Women of Fassbinder TV documentary
1996 Binari short

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