Enzo D'Alò (1953, Naples) is a director, screenwriter and musician. Since 1980 he has been directing live action and animated films and TV series screened at international festivals. His first success was a feature-length film La freccia azzurra (1996) which earned him David di Donatello award for music, composed by Paolo Conte. In 1998 another incredible success followed, the globally distributed film La gabbianella e il gatto, which attracted 1,500,000 viewers only in Italy. Before Pinocchio he made two feature films, Momo alla conquista del tempo (2001) and Opopomoz (2003).