Paolo Del Brocco

CEO, Rai Cinema.
During his role as CEO, Rai Cinema has co-produced hundreds of successful movies.

Paolo Del Brocco was born in 1963, in Rome, Italy.

He is graduated in Economy. He is a manager, journalist and university professor. He is currently CEO of Rai Cinema.

He's board member of “The National Cinema Museum of Turin”, he’s a member of “Giunta Anica” (national association of film industry), he is a member of EFA (European Film Academy) and he is board member of U.S. Lecce. In the past, he was board member of “Academy of fine arts” in Urbino and steering committee member of “Casa del Cinema di Roma”. In 2017 he was a member of the jury at the "Tiantian award - Beijing film festival".

In 2018 he was a president of Moscow International Film Festival.

Prior to joining Rai, Paolo Del Brocco began his career with "Skandia Group", "OICE" (Engineering Organization) and "Esso Italiana SPA".

Since 1991, Paolo Del Brocco has worked in Rai Group (Italian public service broadcasting). In his long career, he served several offices: “Auditing”, “Rai 2” (generalist channel of Rai), "Rights Division", “Boarding Staff”, “Cinemafiction department”, "Acquisition" and "Sales".

Ever since Rai Cinema Spa was established in 2000, Paolo Del Brocco has worked as CFO, as General Director and from 2010 as CEO.

During his role as CEO, Rai Cinema has co-produced hundreds of successful movies - such as Caesar Must Die (Golden Bear, Berlinale, 2012) and Fire at Sea (Golden Bear, Berlinale, 2016 and Oscar Nomination as best documentary 2016), Sacro Gra (Golden Lion, Venezia, 2013), Reality (Grand Prix, Cannes 2012), Le meraviglie (Grand Prix, Cannes, 2014), Terraferma (Special Jury Price, Venezia, 2011), Tir (Marc'Aurelio d'Oro, Festa del Cinema di Roma), See You in Texas (Jury Prize, 19th Shanghai Film Festival) - having got other several international prizes at Tokyo, Locarno, Toronto, European Film Academy (4 awards) and a great many of “David di Donatello” in several categories (best movie and best producer included).