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"It's always the same, but different." Syd Field
I have always liked to experiment with different forms of audiovisual languages and during the academic years in Multimedia Sciences and Technologies University course I have created a web series, short films and commercials that have won several national awards. I then trained at the American Film Institute and started working on several film sets in the United States and Italy, in particular on some short films produced in Los Angeles and on films such as "La Vita Oscena" by Renato De Maria and "Come Il Vento ”by Marco Puccioni.
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Tessa has been my mentor for most of my time in Los Angeles. He gave me excellent advice on the rehearsal phase with the actors and on how to organize a shooting plan in the best way. This allows me to bring some American method to Italian sets and I find that the mix is very effective.
Tommaso is a born communicator. He likes to understand and help the people who gravitate around him with constructive and positive comparisons. His teaching: quality comes first but few things can be done alone, two heads are always better than one.
Marco Fabbro is prepared and with a great passion for his work. Impeccable technique and creative imagination match his works in a perfect balance. He is punctual, polite and correct. I highly recommend him.
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An inter-class undergraduate degree course based in Pordenone focused on the study of technologies, tools and methodologies that characterize the multimedia and communication sectors, but is organized in such a way as to provide solid theoric foundations as well as practical ones.
Established in 1967, the American Film Institute is the nation’s nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and inspiring artists and audiences through initiatives that champion the past, present and future of the moving image.
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