Luca Ferri is an Italian film director, screenwriter and producer who has worked in both the Italian and international film industry.
Born in Rome, Italy in 1976, Luca Ferri began his career as an assistant director for the TV series "La Porta Rossa" in 1997. After graduating in Film Direction from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in 2000, he began making documentaries and short films. His feature debut was with the psychological thriller "I'm Not Scared" (2003). The film was a critical success, and won numerous awards at various international film festivals.
In 2006, Ferri wrote and directed his second feature, the romantic drama "Amore 14". The film won the Jury Award at the Valdarno Film Festival in Italy, and was nominated for several major awards including the David di Donatello for Best New Director.
In 2008, Ferri wrote and directed the horror film "Shadow". The film was a commercial success, and was nominated for Best Film at the Fantafestival in Italy.
In 2011, Ferri wrote and directed the crime drama "A Perfect Day". The film was praised for its exploration of the Italian criminal underworld, and was nominated for the David di Donatello for Best Film.
In 2013, Ferri directed the drama "L'Intrepido", which was nominated for the David di Donatello for Best Film. In the same year, he also directed the psychological thriller "The Face of an Angel".
In 2017, Ferri wrote and directed the drama "The Place", which won the Best Film Award at the Rome Film Festival.
In 2018, Ferri wrote and directed the crime drama "The Man Who Surprised Everyone". The film was praised for its exploration of morality and human relationships in a violent context.
Ferri's latest film is the drama "The Father's Shadow", which is currently in post-production.
Luca Ferri is one of the most prominent Italian filmmakers of his generation. His films explore themes of morality, violence, and human relationships, and have been widely praised for their originality and emotional depth.