Giacomo Arrigoni (1983) is an Italian writer-director.
In 2018 his TV series project Butterflies, co-written with Sara Corso, has been selected at the TV London PitchBox during the Raindance Industry Forum. His TV series project Islands of Wind and Stars has been shortlisted at the Maison des Scènaristes of the Cannes Film Festival 2018. His feature film script Love for Dinner has been a finalist for the Medusa Award at Cortinametraggio.
In 2017 he wrote and directed the series "#Goldfish" for Discovery Italia, presented at the Giffoni Film Festival.
In 2016 SONY Mobile UK choose him to direct a 4K short film, defining him as "one of the most exciting emerging directors in Europe".
His first feature film "The Rule of Lead" (2014) won several international awards and has been distributed around the world both in movie theaters and through VOD channels.
He has won multiple awards for his short films, especially with "Into the Gloom" (2010), about violence against women, that has been screened at the Chamber of Deputies in Rome, nominated for an Italian Golden Globe and selected in a special section of the Silver Ribbons Awards (Nastro d'Argento).
He's one of the creators of "Sanguigna" (2015), a horror series that got 5 awards at the Rome Web Awards 2016, including the Best Screenplay prize.
He has a penchant for emotional thriller stories with a supernatural twist. He has written more than 15 screenplays for films, TV series and web series.