Born in Livorno, Italy, Federico Conforti is an editor based in Los Angeles. He was co-editor of the acclaimed Italian film They Call Me Jeeg, which won seven “David di Donatello” awards (Italian Academy Awards) in 2016, including Best Editing. He is a member of the European Film Academy (EFA) and Motion Picture Editors Guild (IATSE Local 700). After graduating from the University of Pisa with a degree in Cinema, Music and Theater, Federico began his career as an intern at Magui Studios in Rome. Under the expert tutelage of Andrea Maguolo, he trained as an assistant editor, and subsequently as an editor on freelance projects of his own, cutting his teeth on independent short films, advertisements and music videos.