Bio & Others
Place of Residence
- Torino International Festival of Young Cinema: Best Film (1998)
- Brussels International Film Festival: Best Film (1999)
- Castellinaria International Festival of Young Cinema: Golden Castle (1999)
- Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema: OCIC Award (1999)
- David Di Donatello Award: Best Director and Best Screenplay (2001)
- Sundance Festival: Audience Award (2002)
- David Di Donatello Awards: Best Director, Best Film, and Best Screenplay (2003)
Born in Rome, Gabriele Muccino gained success with films such as L’ultimo bacio (One Last Kiss) and Remember Me, My Love (Ricordati di me).
His third feature film, “L’ultimo bacio” (The Last Kiss), was directed in 2001 and was his breakthrough that called upon international attention. The film’s success led to Muccino signing a two-picture deal with Miramax. His success only continued to grow with his next film, “Ricordati di me” (Remember Me, My Love) in 2003.
Muccino has won several awards throughout his lifetime. The first being Best Film at the Torino International Festival of Young Cinema in 1998 for Ecco fatto (That’s It). In 1999 his film, Come te nessuno mai, won him several awards including the Silver Iris at the Brussels International Film Festival for best film, the Golden Castle at the Castellinaria International Festival of Young Cinema, and the OCIC Award at the Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema. The Italian box office success L’ultimo bacio won Muccino Best Director and Best Screenplay at the David di Donatello Awards. This film also earned the Audience Award in 2002 at the Sundance Festival which introduced Muccino to the United States. Ricordita di me scored three Nastro d’Argento Prizes which are the Italian equivalent to the Oscars. This film also won Best Director, Best Film, and Best Screenplay at the Donatello Awards in 2003.