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Marco Ponti was born on 25 July, 1967 in Avigliana, Italy. Discover Marco Ponti's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Age||54 years old|
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Marco Ponti Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Both movies Io che amo solo te and La Cena di Natale were screened at the italian television Rai Uno in december 2017 and went straight to #1 and #2 in the season television charts.
In 2016 he co-wrote and directed the sequel of his previous movie, as well adapted by the best seller novel La cena di Natale (The Christmas Dinner) by Luca Bianchini. The same cast was reunited, again in Polignano a Mare. The movie was released 24 November 2016 and opened at #2 in the italian charts.
In 2015 he co-wrote and directed the adaptation of the best seller novel Io che amo solo te (Loving only you), written by Luca Bianchini. Shot in Polignano a Mare, in the Apulia region, starring Riccardo Scamarcio, Michele Placido, Maria Pia Calzone, Luciana Littizzetto and again Eva Riccobono. The movie reached number one in the first weekend release.
With Jovanotti he shot the documentary film La Luna di Giorno - Un ritratto in Movimento (The Moon by Day - A Portrait in Movement, edited in DVD and number one in the charts in January—March 2008), and the documentary Nessuna Ombra Intorno - Safari Live 2008.
In 2004, Marco Ponti writes and direct his sophomore movie: A/R Andata + Ritorno (Round Trip) starring again Libero De Rienzo with Spanish beauty Vanessa Incontrada and the Indian star Kabir Bedi. The movie was in top ten charts both in theaters and DVD sells and was screened, between others, in the Mill Valley Film Festival (US), Honolulu, New Zealand and Australia.
The movie repeated his success in the DVD edition, reaching number 1 in the charts, and achieving the cult status between Italian moviegoers (same happened for the soundtrack CD). Now, it is considered the movie who defined the post-gen X in Italy. Santa Maradona became as well a popular movie in the film festivals circuit (from Toronto to Cuba, from Burkina Faso to Japan, from Berkeley to Sydney) and has been broadcast in several countries all around the five continents, and was chosen by Wim Wenders in 2003 as a case study in new film-making in the Berlin Film Festival.
Starring Stefano Accorsi, Libero De Rienzo, Anita Caprioli e Mandala Tayde, the movie won two David di Donatello Awards (the award given by the Italian Academy of Motion Pictures) in 2002 for Best New Director and Best Supporting Actor, the Ciak d'Oro Award 2002 (given by the most influential movie magazine, Ciak) and, always in the same year, the Critics Award and Best Actor in the International Film Festival of Mar del Plata (Argentina).
In addition to his career as director, Marco Ponti co-wrote some movies: Se Fossi In Te di Giulio Manfredonia (Cattleya, 2001), L'uomo perfetto (Cattleya/Warner, 2005—nominee as Best Story in the Nastri D'Argento del Cinema Italiano 2006, the critics' award), Cardiofitness (2007). He also co-wrote and story edited the Italian adaptation of the play, film and TV series, The Odd Couple, in 2007.
After writing and/or directing some award winning shorts (Benevenuto a San Salvario won the European Film Award in 1998; Amsterdam won an award for the best short feature and for the best actor at the Saint Vincent Festival in 1999), his debut feature film as a writer / director, Santa Maradona, in 2001 has been one of the smash hits of the year.
Marco Ponti also worked in theatre since 1997, his last work are the translations / adaptations for the stage of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet (2005) and Ethan Coen's off-Broadway play Almost an Evening.
He graduated in Modern Letters at the University of Turin and started working as a copywriter and as an assistant at the Faculty of Semiotics at the University of Turin. In 1995 he attended a scriptwriting course the Holden School in Turin; the following year he worked at the same place under the direction of Alessandro Baricco. In 1997 he attended a course for movie writers at the RAI Cinema Fiction School; in the same year he published a book dedicated to Quentin Tarantino.
Marco Ponti (born 25 July 1967, in Avigliana, Piedmont) is an Italian film director.