Marco Spoletini was born in Rome in 1964.
He began his editing career in 1990. His collaboration
with Matteo Garrone began with his first short. He has edited documentaries by Gianfranco
Pannone, Giovanni Piperno, Pippo Delbono, Daniele Vicari, Kim Rossi Stuart, Eugenio
Cappuccio, Maurizio Sciarra, Aldo Giovanni & Giacomo, Vincenzo Salemme, Vincenzo
Terracciano, Riccardo Milani and Gianluca Maria Tavarelli. He received a nomination at the David
di Donatello Awards in 2003 for The Embalmer by Matteo Garrone. He received a nomination for
the Silver Ribbon in 2007 for Along the Ridge by Kim Rossi Stuart. He won the Silver Ribbon and
Golden Clapperboard for The Embalmer and V-MAX. In 2009 he won the Golden Clapperboard
for Gomorra and The Past is a Foreign Land. In 2009 he won the David di Donatello for Gomorra.
Filmography Marco Spoletini
Reality by Matteo Garrone - 2012
(Official Selection - Competition at Cannes Festival 2012)