Film Director, Screenwriter
Featured Film(s): Bob & Marys – Criminali a domicilio
Born in 1976, Francesco Prisco is a Neapolitan film director and screenwriter. Prisco followed the “Star Line” acting course at Cinecittà, the screenwriting course directed by Bruno Corbucci, the two-year course in creative writing (screenplay addressing) directed by Vincenzo Cerami, and the cinematography course “Professione Cinema”.
He made the short film “Bisesto”, nominated for the 2009 David di Donatello and winner of the Golden Griffon at the Giffoni Film Festival, and won the Napoli Film Festival with the short film Fuori Uso. He has also directed the short films: “Il Diavolo Custode”, “Stories of talents”, “Tappi”, the TV movie “Tana libera tutti” and social spots such as “Visti di Punta”, selected from the ten screenplays finalists for the Mitero Film Festival and “127 beats” against the use of illegal fires. He is among the authors of the TV series, “I delitti del cuoco” with Bud Spencer. In 2013, he directed his first feature film “Nottetempo”. In 2016, he directed “Come and live in Naples!”.
In 2018, he directed Bob & Marys – Criminali a domicilio, a dark comedy starring Rocco Papaleo e Laura Morante.