Leonardo Corbucci is an American/Italian author, director and producer, an International award winning member of the DGA Director Guild of America. He comes from a family of filmmakers including Sergio Corbucci, the filmmaker who has heavily influenced Quentin Tarantino and was recently featured in, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Leonardo is working in Los Angeles and was born in Rome, Italy. He is a director and writer, known for, Cyborgs Tv Show (2017), Black & White in Colors (2012), Purgatory, the Return of Navajo Joe and Leo's Dream (2019), Legendary AD (2016), The Art of Fighting (2016), An American Life (2013), Looking for Fidel (2006). Leonardo Corbucci Cinema is very visual, never obvious and very often full of symbolism. He is most influenced by Francois Truffaut, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni, Sergio Leone and Emir Custurica. Painters Marc Chagall, Edward Hopper and Pieter Huys are also very influential in his work. Find out more about him at http://www.leonardocorbucci.com/ and his movies on www.amazon.com. Find more about his documentary on producers at www.legendaryproducer.com.
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