01 23 2015

RSA Film chooses the director Marco Gentile for its roster in the USA

 The awarded and internationally esteemed Italian director will be represented in the USA by RSA film, one of the most important producing companies in the world. Marco Gentile has an exclusive partnership with Filmmaster Productions for Italy and Spain. 

Marco Gentile moves to Los Angeles, coming back to the city where he studied film and started working as a director for commercials and film clips. In the USA he will be represented by RSA, Ridley Scott’s famous producing company. He directed several films all over the world, such as BMW Worldwide Manifesto in 2014, and has obtained great achievements; this collaboration is an essential step in his career and it proves that his talent is highly appreciated world-wise. Filmmaster Productions has always believed in his abilities and it will continue representing him with an exclusive partnership in Italy and Spain.

Lorenzo Cefis, Filmmaster Productions Chief Executive Officer, states: “Marco is very talented and I had the chance to know him a long time ago. I followed his work through all these years and I’m happy for this important possibility for his career. RSA is one of the biggest production companies in the world and we often collaborate with them. I’m very proud of knowing that such an important player chose to represent Marco in the American market, which is highly competitive. I’m positive that this new opportunity will allow Marco to work at projects with a high exposure and to gain a great experience in a more advanced market. This is beneficial for us too since we will be able to offer to Italian and Spanish market a director with a rich and interesting reel”.

Marco Gentile started to direct commercials and music videos when still attending university. He has immediately drawn Filmmaster Productions’ attention and in 2004 he directed his first music video for Filmmaster Clip. After that, he moved to the USA to study film, and he started working as a director in Los Angeles. In 2010 he won a bronze lion at Cannes with the film Life & Roll for Rolling Stone Magazine

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