Marco Piccarreda

Marco Piccarreda



Marco Piccarreda is a renowned Italian director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his films “The Other Side of the Moon” (2005), “The Trip” (2007), and “The Spider’s Web” (2010).

Born in Trieste, Italy, Marco graduated from the University of Trieste and the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. His early career began as a production assistant for Italian TV, and then he moved into directing short films and documentaries.

In 2005, he directed his first feature film “The Other Side of the Moon”, which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival. The film was a success and it won several awards in Italy.

In 2007, he directed “The Trip” which won the Donatello Award for Best Director and the Ciak d’Oro Award for Best Movie.

His latest film “The Spider’s Web” (2010) was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Marco’s films have been praised for their innovative visual style and their themes of alienation, identity, and cultural identity. His films often explore the human condition, as well as the themes of love and loss.

In addition to his directing credits, Marco has also served as a producer on several films, including “The Other Side of the Moon”, “The Trip”, and “The Spider’s Web”.

Marco Piccarreda is a highly respected director in Italy and abroad. He is a master at creating powerful, emotionally charged stories that capture the complexities of human relationships. His films have resonated with audiences around the world, and he continues to make a lasting mark on the world of cinema.

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