Tullio Morganti

Graduated from Liceo Classico Giulio Cesare in Rome in 1974 in 1979 he abandoned his university studies to devote himself to the activity of sound engineering, initially at private radio stations and from 1984 in the cinema field as a live sound engineer.
He was nominated seven time for the David di Donatello Award as the best live sound engineer, he won it in 1994, 1997 and 1998 for the films Sud (Gabriele Salvatores) Nirvana (Gabriele Salvatores) and Ovosodo (Paolo Virzì).
He was nominated various times for the Ciak d’Oro for the best live sound category in 2002, he won it for the film Figli / Hijos (Marco Bechis).
Since 1994 he is a member of the Jury of the Italian Academy of Cinema – David di Donatello Award.
Since 2010, he is a lecturer of the courses in Field Sound RecordingTechniques at RFA (Rome Film Academy – former NUCT) at Cinecittà.
From 2015 he is a lecturer of sound design / Field Sound RecordingTechniques workshops at A.U.T. American University of Technolog, Halat Lebanon
From 2017 he is a lecturer of the Field Sound RecordingTechniques course at RUFA and from 2018 of the Sound Design 1 course at RUFA.