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[Archive]


Italian Documentaries Competition Jury

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Michele Mellara 

Cofounder of D.E-R, an association of Emilia-Romagna documentarists, founding member of Mammut Film, and permanent member of the Italian Film Acccademy - David di Donatello, he graduated from DAMS and holds a diploma from the London Film School. His debut film Fortezza Bastiani (2002) earned him a nomination for the David di Donatello award for best new director. His Domà - Case a San Pietroburgo (2003) won the award for best documentary and critics award at the Genoa Film Festival; his Un metro sotto i pesci (2006) won the special mention award at CinemAmbiente, where his Le vie dei farmaci (2007) won the best Italian documentary award; more recently, his La febbre del fare - Bologna 1945-1980 (2010), won the special jury prize at the Festival internacional de cinema de arquivo, Rio de Janeiro. Other titles to his credit include God Save the Green (2012) and Morris’s Bag (2012). His is contract professor at the University of Bologna and holds courses and documentary workshops at universities in Italy and abroad.

 

Anselmo Pessoa Neto

He earned a degree in literature from the Federal University of Goiás (UFG) (Brazil) in 1984, then in 1989 a diploma for teaching Italian language and culture for foreigners at the University for Foreigners of Perugia, a masters in linguistics at the UFG in 1993, and a doctorate in literature at the University of São Paolo in 1999. He was head of the Literature Department from 2001 to 2005 and is currently associate professor at UFG. He was responsible for planning and administration of Cine UFG from 2006 to 2013. He has authored Italo Calvino: as passagens obrigatórias and translated Franco Moretti’s La letteratura vista da lontano.

 

 

 

 

 

Gaetano Renda 

Ardent movie goer and CineOcchio spectator, Renda transformed his passion for cinema into a profession: rejuvenating old movie houses. The Due Giardini and Fratelli Marx in Turin, Mulino in Piossasco, Politeama in Ivrea, and Portici in Fossano have been turned into new cultural venues for his Slow Cinema, where independent productions and documentaries by young Italian filmmakers are shown. His love for theater has led to his programming stage seasons and producing shows that feature new talent. 

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