Federico Vitetta is an Italian film director and producer. He is best known for his award-winning films Una notte da leoni (2010) and Come un tuono (2012), both of which were critically acclaimed.
Federico was born in Turin, Italy in 1979. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, and went on to attend the National Film School of Rome. After graduating, he began working as an assistant director and editor, and eventually made his directorial debut in 2005 with the short film Una storia da raccontare.
Since then, Federico has directed a number of feature films, including Ti amo, sono una donna (2006), Il sogno di una notte (2007), and Come un tuono (2012). His films have won numerous awards, including Best Film at the Rome International Film Festival for Come un tuono, and Best Director at the Venice International Film Festival for Una notte da leoni.
Federico has also produced a number of films, including Un anno da leoni (2008), Forse un giorno (2010), and La notte è ancora giovane (2015). He is currently serving as the executive producer of the television series Il commissario Montalbano, which airs on Rai Uno in Italy.
In addition to his work in film and television, Federico has also been involved in other projects, such as writing and directing the stage play La casa dei fantasmi (2015). He also wrote and directed the documentary Uno sguardo al presente (2016), which was a critical and commercial success.
Federico Vitetta is a talented and accomplished filmmaker who has achieved great success in his career. He has won numerous awards, and his films have been praised by critics and audiences alike. He is a true master of his craft, and is sure to continue to make great films in the years to come.