Bruno Bigoni is an Italian film director, screenwriter and producer. He is best known for his critically acclaimed films, Una Notte A Napoli (2006) and Il Sole Nel Cuore (2012).
Born in Rome in 1974, Bigoni began his career in cinema as a production assistant on several Italian films, eventually rising to the rank of assistant director. After a few years of apprenticeship, he decided to launch his own production company, Bigoni Productions, in 2000.
Bigoni's first feature film, Una Notte A Napoli, was released in 2006. It was a romantic comedy set in Naples and starred Diego Abatantuono and Alba Rohrwacher. The film was a critical and commercial success, earning Bigoni an award for Best Screenplay at the Venice Film Festival.
Bigoni followed up Una Notte A Napoli with Il Sole Nel Cuore in 2012. This time, he chose to tell the story of a young man, played by Michele Riondino, who falls in love with a girl he meets on the beach. Although the film was not as successful as Una Notte A Napoli, it was praised for its thoughtful and nuanced portrayal of love.
Bigoni has since gone on to direct several other films, including La Sposa di Natale (2015) and Fino All'Ultima Goccia (2017). His films often focus on the themes of love, family, and identity.
In addition to his work in film, Bigoni also produces television series, such as Il Grande Fratello (2013) and La Strada di Casa (2017). He is also an active supporter of charity projects, often donating his time and resources to help those in need.
Bruno Bigoni is one of Italy's most talented directors. His films, full of warmth and emotion, have earned him both critical and commercial success. He is a director to watch out for in the future.