Nel 2015, in Canada, è la volta del film Manhattan Undying, di Babak Payami.

He is the son of photographer Armando Nannuzzi. He is president, since 2012, of the Italian Association of Authors of Cinematographic Photography (A.I.C.).

He began working as an assistant to his father Armando Nannuzzi in the film Incompreso (1966), by Luigi Comencini. He then worked alongside authors of photography such as Pasqualino De Santis, David Watkin, Alex Thomson, Giuseppe Rotunno, Ennio Guarnieri, Leonida Barboni. In this period of training he will be assistant cameraman and machine operator for film directors such as Luchino Visconti, Ettore Scola, Dino Risi or Liliana Cavani.

In the mid-seventies he made his debut as an author of photography, mainly focusing on international productions. He works with directors such as Alejandro Jodorowsky (Santa sangre-Sangue santo, 1988), Carlo Lizzani (Cattiva, 1991), Sergej Fëdorovič Bondarčuk (Il placido Don, 2006), Jerry London (La primavera di Michelangelo, 1990, for which he is nominated at the Emmy Awards in the category “Best cinematography”), Tinto Brass (Senso ’45, 2002).

Fundamental his encounter with Franco Zeffirelli[2], for whom he signs the cinematography of Il giovane Toscanini (1988), of the two films-opera Cavalleria rusticana (1982) and Pagliacci (1982), winners of two Emmy Awards), of documentaries as 12 directors for 12 cities – episode “Firenze” (1989), in which in a single day it simultaneously uses ten cameras located throughout the historic center of Florence[3], and Homage to Rome (2009). Zeffirelli also entrusted him with the direction and cinematography of the second unit of the films Gesù di Nazareth (1977) and Un tè con Mussolini (1999).

Also relevant is his collaboration with Enzo Monteleone, for the cinematography of the film El Alamein – The Line of Fire (2002, awarded with a David by Donatello and a Golden Globe to the best photography), for the successful television series The Chief of Garments (2007)and for the film The Tunnel of Freedom (2004).

In 2004, he was signed by Touchstone Pictures for the Empire miniseries of John Gray, Kim Manners and Greg Yaitanes.

In 2015, in Canada, it was the turn of the film Manhattan Undying, by Babak Payami.