Marco Tullio Giordana was born in Milan on 1st October 1950. During the 1970s he was intensely involved in politics. After entering the world of the cinema, he collaborated with Roberto Faenza on “Forza Italia” (1977) and made his feature debut with “Maledetti, vi amerò” (1979), which was presented at the Cannes Film Festival and won first prize at Locarno.
He went on to write the screenplay for Antonio Margheriti’s “Car crash” (1981) and returned to a directing role with the ambitious and unresolved "La caduta degli angeli ribelli "(1981), where – like in his debut work – the scene is occupied by the problematic figures of terrorists. In 1982, he directed the musical video of Benjamin Britten’s “Young person’s guide to the orchestra” for the Salsomaggiore festival. Two years later, he made a successful two-part small-screen adaptation of Carlo Castellaneta’s novel “Notti e nebbie” about a fascist living in Milan in the twilight of the Republic of Salò.
In 1987 he directed… read more