Friday, December 7, 2007


Dania Appolloni
Graduated in 2000 on Literature – major in History and Critics of Cinema, “La Sapienza” University in Rome. In 2005 takes a Master degree in Press offi ce for Cinema, organized by the School of Cinema of Rome.Product Placement Supervisor of “Armonia”Production for the movie “Come tu mi vuoi” by Wolfango De Biasi. Production Coordinator for “Heat” Production srl movie “Valzer” by Salvatore Maira. In 2006 is ProductionCoordinator for “Heat” Production srl movie“L’Abbuffata” by Mimmo Calopresti, starring Diego Abatantuono and Gerard Depardieux. In 2002 she teaches the Theory and Techniques of Cinema at the Casperia Institute of Rimini in the frame of the “Cinema and School” project. organiser of the 2001 edition of orte Short Film Festival. Director of the second edition of CoRToVITERBo 2007 Short Film Festival. Appolloni collaborated with “Istituto Luce” in the fi eld of archiving and editorial activities mainly dealing with MIFED of Milan, MIPTV of Cannes and Heat Production srl.

Alexander Manic
After studying at the Philosophical Faculty of the Cologne University,he moved to Prague to attend FAMU, the renowned film and TV academy.There he directed a short called Astropolitan, which premiered at the International Belgrade Film Festival and earned Mani success early in his career. While working as a translator for Emir Kusturica’s Underground, he agreed to shoot a documentary on Kusturica called Shooting Days, which has won critical acclaim and has been

Sam Green
Is a San Francisco-baseddocumentary fi lmmaker. Green receivedhis master’s degree in journalism from theUniversity of California, Berkeley, where hestudied documentary with acclaimed fi lmmaker Marlon Riggs. His most recent fi lm The Weather Underground was nominated for an Academy Award, broadcast nationally on PBS, and included in the 2004 Whitney Biennial.His other award-winning documentariesinclude lot 63, grave c, The Rainbow Man/John 3:16, n-Judah 5:30, and Pie Fight ’69. Mr. Green currently teaches at the University of San Francisco and the San Francisco Art Institute. He has received grants from the Creative Capital, Rockefeller and Guggenheim Foundations, as well as the nationalEndowment for the Arts. He has been aresident at the MacDowell Colony, the Bellagio Study and Conference Center, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts.

Cristiano Palozzi

Is a director, and audiovisual manager. Since 1991, he established an artistic and co - production partnership with Antonella Sica, carrying out all future project andco-directing Genova Film Festival, oneof the most important cultural events for Italian fi lm makers, well known for the competition of short movies and documentaries (about 600 movies applying form Italy).Editor and fi lm critic in different countries like Bulgaria, Ireland, Canneries Islands, Japan, norway, Russia, South Africa, and Hungary.He is one of the members of the Promotion Committee, of national Center of Short fi lm.Additionally, he is the director of Genova Film Festival.

Edi Topi
Filmmaker, Producer

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