Italian film, television director and screenwriter Marc Leto died in Rome on April 21st. He was 85. Born in Rome on January 18, 1931, Leto started his career in the 1950s as an assistant director in a large number of films. Starting from 1965 he started a collaboration with RAI TV, for which he directed several serials and TV movies. After writing several screenplays, Leto made his film directorial debut in 1973, with the critically appreciated “Black Holiday”; in the following years he was active both in cinema and in television. Leto co-wrote the screenplays for “Dead Men Don’t Count” and “A Pistol for 100 Coffin” both from 1968.