Daniele Rugo

Daniele Rugo



Daniele Rugo is an Italian director and cinematographer from Parma, Italy. He is best known for his work on the television series “Gomorrah,” “Romanzo Criminale” and “Maltese – Il Romanzo del Commissario”.

Rugo began his career in 2006 as a cinematographer for the television series “Romanzo Criminale”. He was then asked to direct the second season in 2008. His work on this series earned him a nomination for the Globo d'Oro award for best television series director.

Rugo then began working on “Gomorrah”, a crime drama set in the Italian mafia. He was the assistant director for season one and then became the director for the following three seasons. His work on “Gomorrah” earned him an International Emmy nomination for best director in 2014.

In recent years, Rugo has directed episodes of “Maltese – Il Romanzo del Commissario”, “Suburra” and “L’Amica Geniale”. He is currently directing the upcoming series “ZeroZeroZero”, which is set to air in 2020.

Rugo’s style of direction is characterized by his use of long takes and intense close ups. He is known for his ability to capture the intense emotions of his characters. He is also known for his ability to capture the gritty atmosphere of the Italian underworld in his work.

The success of Rugo’s work has made him one of the most sought-after directors in Italy. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry and his work has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.

Daniele Rugo is an incredibly talented director and cinematographer. His work has earned him an international reputation and he is considered one of the best directors in Italy. His work has earned him many nominations and awards and he continues to push the boundaries of Italian cinema with his unique style and vision.

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