Since 1995 Marco Speroni has been working as a producer, writer and director for shorts and feature films. In 1996 he got the Premio Solinas award for Best screenplay for “What’s love got to do with it” based on which he made the movie selected for international festivals, such as Locarno Film Festival (1997). Since 1998 he has collaborated with important Italian TV networks such as Rai and Sky. In 2011 he was the producer and director of “Hells Heart”, a docu-fiction shot in a war zone in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2013 he directed a TV program for the US network PBS. In 2014 he directed the documentary “Time to look at girls” for Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS). “2 Girls” (2016) is his most recent documentary.