David di Donatello for Best New Director


David di Donatello for Best New Director

Contents

Albo d'oro

1980s

  • 1982
    • Luciano Manuzzi - Fuori stagione
  • 1983
    • Francesco Laudadio - Grog
  • 1984
    • Roberto Russo - Flirt
  • 1987
    • Giorgio Treves - La coda del diavolo

1990s

  • 1990
    • Ricky Tognazzi - Piccoli equivoci
  • 1991
    • Alessandro D'Alatri - Americano rosso (ex aequo)
    • Sergio Rubini - La stazione (ex aequo)
  • 1994
    • Simona Izzo - Maniaci sentimentali (ex aequo)
    • Francesco Martinotti - Abissinia (ex aequo)
    • Leone Pompucci - Mille bolle blu (ex aequo)
  • 1997
    • Fulvio Ottaviano - Cresceranno i carciofi a Mimongo
    • Franco Bernini - Le mani forti
    • Ugo Chiti - Albergo Roma
    • Roberto Cimpanelli - Un inverno freddo freddo
  • Anna Di Francisca - La bruttina stagionata
  • 1998
    • Roberta Torre - Tano da morire
    • Riccardo Milani - Auguri professore
    • Aldo, Giovanni e Giacomo e Massimo Venier - Tre uomini e una gamba

2000s

  • 2000
    • Alessandro Piva - La capagira
    • Andrea e Antonio Frazzi - Il cielo cade
    • Piergiorgio Gay e Roberto San Pietro - Tre storie
  • 2001
    • Alex Infascelli - Almost Blue
    • Roberto Andò - Il manoscritto del principe
    • Rolando Stefanelli - Il prezzo
  • 2003
    • Daniele Vicari - Velocità massima
    • Francesco Falaschi - Emma sono io
    • Michele Mellara e Alessandro Rossi - Fortezza Bastiani
    • Marco Simon Puccioni - Quello che cerchi
    • Spiro Scimone e Francesco Sframeli - Due amici
  • 2004
    • Salvatore Mereu - Ballo a tre passi
    • Andrea Manni - Il fuggiasco
    • Francesco Paterno - Pater familias
    • Piero Sanna - La destinazione
    • Maria Sole Tognazzi - Passato prossimo
  • 2005
    • Saverio Costanzo - Private
    • Paolo Franchi - La spettatrice
    • David Grieco - Evilenko
    • Stefano Mordini - Provincia meccanica
    • Paolo Vari e Antonio Bocola - Fame chimica
  • 2006
    • Fausto Brizzi - Notte prima degli esami
    • Vittorio Moroni - Tu devi essere il lupo
    • Francesco Munzi - Saimir
    • Fausto Paravidino - Texas
    • Stefano Pasetto - Tartarughe sul dorso
  • 2007
    • Kim Rossi Stuart - Anche libero va bene
    • Alessandro Angelini - L'aria salata
    • Francesco Amato - Ma che ci faccio qui
    • Gianbattista Avellino, Ficarra e Picone - Il 7 e l'8
    • Davide Marengo - Notturno bus
  • 2008
    • Andrea Molaioli - La ragazza del lago
    • Fabrizio Bentivoglio - Lascia perdere, Johnny!
    • Giorgio Diritti - Il vento fa il suo giro
    • Marco Martani - Cemento armato
    • Silvio Muccino - Parlami d'amore
  • 2009
    • Gianni Di Gregorio - Pranzo di ferragosto
    • Marco Amenta - La siciliana ribelle (The Sicilian Girl)
    • Umberto Carteni - Diverso da chi?
    • Tony D'Angelo - Una notte
    • Marco Pontecorvo - Pa-ra-da

2010s

  • 2010
    • Valerio Mieli - Dieci inverni
    • Susanna Nicchiarelli - Cosmonauta
    • Claudio Noce - Good Morning Aman
    • Marco Chiarini - L'uomo fiammifero
    • Giuseppe Capotondi - La doppia ora

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