Born and raised in Padua and now living in Rome, Paolo Borraccetti earned a BA in Communications from the University of Bologna. After graduating, he soon landed a job as a writer for the award-winning Italian comedy TV show Zelig. He then moved to the United States on a Fulbright scholarship to pursue an MFA in Film Production at USC. He has produced, written and directed several commercials, documentaries and shows for European networks and clients. His works have been played at festivals around the world, including Sundance, Tribeca, Telluride and Tokyo. He participated in TorinoFilmLab, Fiction Lab (organized by Film Commission Torino Piemonte) and Sofia Meetings. He teaches filmmaking workshops at various institutions such as IED/OffiCine in Milan and Scuola Holden in Turin.
›› The Disappearance of My Mother | documentary | NANOF | associate producer
›› Jean Claude Izzo – Mediterraneo Noir | documentary | 3D produzioni, Sky Arte | writer, director
›› Viaggio nel Paese del Rischiatutto | docuseries | Rai 3 | writer