Pietro Marcello's Top 10 Movies
Born in 1976 in Caserta, Italy, Pietro Marcello attended the Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied painting. His documentary Crossing the Line was presented at the sixty-fourth Venice Film Festival and brought him international acclaim. In 2009, his first feature, The Mouth of the Wolf, won best film and the FIPRESCI Prize at the twenty-seventh Turin Film Festival, the Prix International de la Scam at the Festival Cinéma du Réel in Paris, the Caligari Preis at the Berlinale, and many other awards. The Silence of Pelesjan (2011) and Lost and Beautiful (2015) were presented in many international and national festivals. His latest feature film, Martin Eden (2019), won the Coppa Volpi for best actor at the seventy-sixth Venice Film Festival, achieving great critical and public success all over the world.
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