Marco PontecorvoMarco Pontecorvo (born November 8, 1966, Rome) is an Italian cinematographer and film director.
Marco Pontecorvo was initially interested in black and white photography, but eventually became a filmmaker like his father Gillo. He debuted as director of photography on ''In sailing in the wrong direction'' (1997). Some of his best known works are ''Rome'', ''The Last Legion'', ''Letters to Juliet'' and ''Game of Thrones''.
He has also directed films. His first film Pa-ra-da received several award nominations, including the Silver Ribbon for the best debutant director and the David di Donatello for Best Debut Director, and won the Pasinetti Award at the 65th Venice International Film Festival and the ''Francis Laudadio Award'' for Best First Feature at the Bari International Film Festival. Provided by Wikipedia