Vittorio Sindoni (born 21 April 1939) is an Italian director and screenwriter.
Life and career
Born in Capo d'Orlando, Sicily, Sindoni started his career on stage directing the theater group "Il Collettivo" ("The Collective") in Rome, and worked for some years as author of several RAI cultural programs. In the late 1960s he entered the film industry as director and screenwriter, directing numerous comedies. For his film Gli anni struggenti he won the Mario Gromo Plate at the 1979 Grolle d'oro Awards. Since the 1980s he devoted himself to television.
- Deadly Inheritance (1968)
- Per amore di Cesarina (1975)
- Perdutamente tuo... mi firmo Macaluso Carmelo fu Giuseppe (1976)
- Positano (1996, TV)
- Non lasciamoci più (1999-2001, TV)
- Butta la luna (2006-2009, TV)