Luigi Bazzoni was an Italian director and screenwriter.
Born in Salsomaggiore, Bazzoni was the elder brother of the film director and cinematographer Camillo Bazzoni and a cousin of the Academy Award winner Vittorio Storaro.
He began his career as assistant director of Mauro Bolognini. Later he became director of films and short films, gaining critical attention for two spaghetti westerns, L'Uomo, l'orgoglio, la vendetta and Blu Gang - Vissero per sempre felici e ammazzati. His short film Di Domenica achieved a Special Mention at the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.