Born in Brescia, Italy, Marco Preti is an experienced director, cinematographer and writer who has worked on dozens of documentaries and films in some of the most remote areas of the world, from Arctic to jungles to deserts.
His clients include National Geographic, RAI, ESPN, RSI, Nestlé, O’Neill, Mediaset and The Discovery Channel.
A former professional climber, alpine guide, ski instructor, and winner of a world climbing competition, he now brings his unique and considerable skill set to the world of filmmaking.
He holds a degree in Sport Science with a Cinematography thesis from the Catholic University of Milan.
His films have won many awards including:
Best Climbing Film for Manolo at the International Film Festival of Les Diablerets (Switzerland) and Graz (Austria)
Best Adventure Movie for L’ultima Montagna at Trento Film Festival (Italy), Torello Film Festival (Spain), Les Diablerets (Switzerland) and Graz (Austria) Best Climbing Film for Fifa nel Pacifico at the Torello Film Festival (Spain)
Best Climbing Film for La Montagna di Corallo at the Torello Film Festival (Spain)
Best Man-Nature Film Tracce at Mendi Film Festival (Spain)
Special Prize Prince Rainier III On The Trails Of The Glaciers at Monte Carlo Film Festival