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2022   "Oltre le rive" has its international premiere as "Beyond the river banks" in the Panorama / Horizons section at the 25th edition of the RIDM - Montreal International Documentary Festival, and figures as the only Italian film in the Festival.

"Oltre le rive" wins Best Director Award at 20° Ischia Film Festival, as unique Italian film in international competition. It is in competition also at David di Donatello and in Rome International Documentary Festival (RIDF). It's out of competition at Edera Film Festival and in competition at 21° EFF and at PerSo (Perugia Social Film Festival) where obtains a special mention.

Collaborates with British magazine Architecture Today.

Take a lecture on architecture film making at Politecnico di Milano.

An entire paragraph dedicated at "Memoriae Causa" figures in the book of Antonio Costa "Il cinema e le arti visive" - Einaudi 2022.

2021  "Oltre le rive" is in official selection at 62° Festival dei Popoli in Florence, winning as Best European Film.

"Le Voyage d'Or" is screened in Venice at Querini Stampalia and in Rome at Maxxi Museum of Arts of the XXI Century.

Begins shooting a new project with the cellist Mario Brunello.

2020 "Raccolto d'inverno" is screened in Spain at Zaragoza International Film Festival.

"Memoriae Causa", "Genius Loci", "Hortus Conclusus", "Raccolto d'inverno", "Nulla dies sine linea" are distributed internationally by Audiovisiva (Milan) on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play and Kanopy.

2019  Shoots all year long "Oltre le rive", which develops along five seasons.

Collaborates with Asolo International Art Film Festival working in the selection committee.

Shoots "Le Voyage d'Or", about the long restoration of the Carlo Scarpa Brion memorial.

2018  Works at his first feature film, "Oltre le rive", produced by Kiko Stella and Minnie Ferrara. The script is in the final shortlist at Solinas Prize and the project is selected at international documentary film festival "Visioni dal Mondo" in Milan. 

Makes a short movie for Fondazione Bonotto presented to Teatro Alla Scala of Milan.

Collaborates with Asolo International Art Film Festival as international documentary section director.

2017 The book "Dream of Venice" has been presented in San Francisco and New York. The book also wins the IPPY Award in New York. 

For Ca' Foscari University and School for International Education in Venice, makes a 30 minutes film for the 150° anniversary.

2016 Shoot all the photos in the book "Dream of Venice - Architecture" for the american editor JoAnn Locktov. The book obtains many reviews in international magazines like Abitare, Interior Design, Aishti Magazine.

Makes a TV commercial for "Water of Venice".

Makes the exhibition "Into the Labyrinth" at Querini Stampalia Foundation in Venice.

Make three short movies for the exhibition "Carlo Scarpa e il Giappone" at Maxxi Museum in Rome.

Collaborates with designer Enrico Baleri for a series of short movies about Italian Design.

 

2015 Takes part to 56° Venice Art Biennale (Venice Pavilion) with a short film about Fluxus Art Movement.

 

2014  Performes a double video installation for Grand Hornu Images Museum - Belgium - "Le Labo des Héritiers".

Takes part with two films to Lisbon Architecture Film Festival. 

The film "Quattrocento volte Otello" is presented on Excelsior Hotel during 71° Venice Biennale Film Festival. 

Takes part with video interviews along with Enrico Ghezzi to special events curated by Camilla Boemio at Bucharest International Biennal 2014. 

Makes the documentary film "Quattrocento volte Otello", about italian tenor singer of the '50 Pier Miranda Ferraro.

Makes a short documentary film about Fluxus Art movement for Fondazione Bonotto.

The new film "Genius Loci" is presented to Palazzo Grassi - Pinault Foundation in Venice.

 

​2013  Makes, with Pier Paolo Giarolo, the documentary film "The Stones of Venice", about the long restoration of one of the most important Venice palaces on Canal Grande, Palazzo Papadopoli.

 

2012  The film "Memoriae Causa" is screened at Maxxi Museum of XXI century's Arts in Rome, presented by Mario Botta, Enrico Ghezzi, Guido Pietropoli, Tobia Scarpa.​

Performs a video installation for the exhibition "Carlo e Tobia Scarpa - dialogo sospeso" at Musée des Arts Decoratifs de Bordeaux.



2011 Makes the short film "Nulla dies sine linea".

Collaborates with video installation during theater performances with the actors Giancarlo Previati and Carla Stella.

The film "Memoriae Causa" is presented on Architecture Academy of Mario Botta in Mendrisio (Switzerland).



2010 Collaborates with Ente dello Spettacolo (Rome) for a project sustained by the Ministry of Cultural and Entertainment Activities.

The film "Raccolto d'inverno" has been presented  on 67° Venice film Festival as special event.



2009 Presents t​he short film "Carlo Scarpa e l'origine delle cose" on 11° Architecture Biennal of Venice. The same film has been shown on "Salone del mobile" in Milan.

Makes the film "Dialogo nel tempo".

Presents the film "Memoriae Causa" at Politecnico of Architecture in Milan.

​Performs videos for theater performances.



2008 Makes the short films "Hortus Conclusus" and "Far West".

Has been contacted by legendary Fellini's and Tarkovskij's scriptwriter Tonino Guerra for a project about "La Scarzuola" of Tomaso Buzzi. 

The film "Memoriae Causa" is presented at IUAV Architecture University of Venice.



2007-2014 Collaborates for the project "Veneto experience" with Shun Kanda, teacher of Architectural design at MIT of Boston (Massachussetts)​ and at Keio University of Tokio (Japan)​



2007 Makes, financed again by Benetton Foundation, the film about Carlo Scarpa "Memoriae Causa", shot in Super-16 film and winner in several international film Festival. The film has been presented also in London at Soane Museum with the collaboration of Royal Institute of British Architects. The film has been also presented in China and on Milan Triennale of Architecture. 

Receives the RDC Award along with Carlo Lizzani, Silvio Soldini and Vincenzo Vincenzoni at "Third Millennium Festival" in Rome.



2006-2008 Collaborates with Benetton Foundation, curating video installations for events and exhibitions.​



2006 Makes, financed by Benetton Foundation, the film "Quando l'arte si tace", winner in various International Film Festivals. 

Makes for Benetton Foundation the short film "Vitrorum Natura", for the birth centenary of Venetian Architect Carlo Scarpa.

Participates on Turin "Salone del Libro" with a project presented at Book Film Bridge.



2005 Makes the short film "Ezechiele 37,26", financed by Veneto Region and participates as special guest at Videopolis Festival with "Trilogia del silenzio".



2004 Makes the short film "La città del silenzio", winner on many Film Festival including Bellaria Film Festival.



2003 Makes his second short film "L'ultimo fronte", winner on several Film Festival.



2002 Makes the first short film, presented to Pitti's Palace in Florence during the fashion parade of London's fashion brand "KEW" (now Kew159).



1992 After classical studies, study to Architecture University of Venice.









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