Raffaele Brunetti

Raffaele Brunetti

Director, Scenario Writer, Producer


Raffaele Brunetti is an Italian film director and producer, known for his work in the horror and fantasy genres. He was born in Palermo, Sicily in 1961.

Brunetti began his career making music videos and commercials, and then moved on to feature films. He has produced over 30 films since the early 1980s, and his films have been seen at festivals around the world.

His first feature was the horror film “The Witch” (1985). This film was a success and won several awards at festivals in Italy and abroad. It also helped to launch his career as a filmmaker.

In the 1990s, Brunetti produced and directed a number of fantasy films, including “The Sorceress” (1992) and “The Cave of the Dead” (1997). As well as these, he has also produced a number of documentaries, including “The Iron River” (1991) and “The Snowman” (1998).

Brunetti has had a long and successful career as a filmmaker, and has made a number of highly acclaimed films. His most recent film, “The Devil’s Daughter” (2016), won the Best Horror Feature award at the Las Vegas International Film Festival.

Brunetti’s films have a very distinctive style, often featuring dark and surreal images. His films often contain elements of the supernatural, and he has become known for his use of special effects.

Raffaele Brunetti is one of Italy’s most successful filmmakers and his work has been seen and appreciated around the world. His films have won numerous awards and he continues to create new and exciting works. He is an important figure in the Italian film industry, and his influence can be seen in many contemporary filmmakers.