(Rome, 1960) graduated in Philosophy in 1985, the year he directed Il Volo, an episode of the film Juke-box made with Daniele Luchetti and Carlo Carlei, as a graduation film from the Gaumont Film School. He studied in the US and received a Masters in Filmmaking at USC with Dream City (1988).
In 1996 he made his first feature film, Messaggi Quasi Segreti, winner of Best Film at the 1997 Scrittura e Immagine International Festival, and screened at the Montreal, Mar del Plata, Moscow and Dublin festivals.
For two years he led a creative writing group with the prisoners of Rome's Rebibbia jail. In 2005 he made On My Skin, presented in competition at the Turin and Bangkok film festivals. (Venice Days)