"International" section short film technical jury
ANTONIO DI TRENTO
Graduated in Modern Literature with a specialization in Cinema History and Criticism, he is
He was the author of several short films and assistant director of some TV dramas. He has been a journalist for the press and for the radio for years. He works for the communication company 26 Lettere, for which he takes care of the press office of the publishing house of the same name and various cultural events. He is part of the journalistic editorial staff of Radio Show Italia for which he takes care of the live broadcasts of major events; has a music column in the monthly Nonsolorosa and a fashion column in the monthly Diamina Magazine).
He was born in Monza in 1976. He attended the directing school of maestro Marco Bellocchio and attended seminars by Marco Muller, Vincenzo Cerami, Daniela Caselli and Franco Battiato. He collaborates with directors such as Daniele Luchetti, Giulio Base, Alessandro D'Alatri. Andrea Castoldi's artistic career begins on the sets of numerous commercials. In 2000 he became the testimonial of 14 films for the TIM advertising campaign directed by Giuseppe Tornatore, Daniele Luchetti and Carlo Sigon. The same year Carlo Vanzina chooses him for the role of co-star in the film Vacanze di Natale 2000. In 2006 he works as assistant director in the feature film Doppio by Eric Alexander. Between 2005 and 2006 he wrote and directed the short films Te lo leggo in testa e Zi c ' è !, winners of various prizes at national and international festivals. In 2012 he shot his first feature film, Ti si legg in testa, a social comedy that achieved considerable public success despite its independent distribution. In 2017 Vista Mare, his second independent film, was released in theaters. In September 2019 it will be released in theaters You cannot die dancing. Castoldi is now busy on the set
of Il Principe di Melchiorre Gioia, a work based on a true story. CINEMA 2003 I thought that ... - short film writer and director 2005 I read it in your face - short film writer, producer and director 2006 Zio c'e - scriptwriter and short film director 2007 Double directed by Eric Alexander - first assistant director 2014 Ti si dice in testa - screenwriter and director Feature film 2016 Vista Mare - screenwriter and director Feature film 2017 You cannot die while dancing - screenplay and director Feature film 2018 Il principe di Melchiorre Gioia - screenplay and director Feature film
Romano Montesarchio (Caserta, 1973) is an Italian director.
After studying directing and photography at the "Zero de conduite" film school, of the Italian Institute of Philosophical Sciences, he began to work as a videomaker, photographer and camera operator for television and cinema, alternating with the activities of screenwriter, film critic and radio author. Since 2003 he has dedicated himself to the making of documentary films both as author and director and as director of photography. His first documentary film Cardilli addolorati, in co-direction with Carlo Luglio, participates in the Turin film festival 2003, wins the 2nd prize in the preview competition of the Bellaria Film Festival _cc781905 -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_2004 and wins 1st prize at the 2005 Cinemambiente Italian cinema competition . In 2008 his third documentary film_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cfitianad_L is road there is no civilization has great visibility and is broadcast by RAI3, BBC ORF and Current TV. Tuttora La Domitiana is considered one of the major documents regarding the problems of immigration, illegal activity and crime that have plagued the Domitian coast for years. In 2010 in co-production with RAI3 he realizes Arapha, the white-eyed girl on the dramatic events of an albino girl in Tanzania. The documentary is also broadcast by Arte France. Subsequently he dedicated himself to the production of some reportages for television, in particular RAI3 and Current TV, and directed a special episode of the Challenges program, RAI3, dedicated to
crime in the world of Italian football . Since 2012 he has been teaching audio-visual documentation techniques at the Academy of
Naples. His latest film Abusive Portraits, on the abusive community of the Saracen Park in the province of Caserta,
made in two years of work in 2013 he participates in competition at the eighth International Rome Film Festival and wins the First Prize at the 21st edition of the Libero Bizzarri Documentary Award.
Always passionate about cinema, he transforms his passion into work by training at the CCG - Youth Cultural Center, the historic Neapolitan cultural association, which was the first to organize cineforums and retrospectives on the masters of cinema as well as being a breeding ground for talents such as Silvio Orlando and Paolo Sorrentino. With the advent of the new millennium he is called together with his colleagues to revive the Naples Film Festival.
General coordinator of the same since 2004, he gives life and takes care of the ScreenNapoli review project that within the festival gives space to Campania filmmakers, whose works are then re-proposed as part of 41 ° Parallelo, an event that the festival organizes every year in New York for the promotion of Italian cinema. At the same time as this adventure, since 2001 he has been responsible for the cinema and animation section of the Naples COMICON, the International Comic Book Fair and
of Animation and from 2012 to 2016 he was among the creators of the Venice review in Naples on behalf of the 41 ° Parallelo Cooperative. Since 2017 he has been a member of the selection committee of the Ischia Film Festival. First promoter of the Campania Film Festival Coordination, upon its constitution in July 2013 he was elected president and reconfirmed in 2016 and 2018. In June 2014 he was appointed director of SPEC Cinematografica srl which manages the Vittoria Cinema in Naples. In April 2016, together with other CLERCC colleagues, he founded the Committee which had as its purpose the promulgation of a cinema law in Campania. At the launch of the latter, the committee continues its activity as CLARCC in support of the workers in the category. Over the years he has also collaborated in the organization of theatrical and television shows and has participated in various film and music festivals as a juror. From 30 April 2020 he is Coordinator of the activities of the Cinema of the Corte dell'Arte of the Fondazione Quartieri Spagnoli Foqus and realizes the Estate a Corte review as artistic co-director.);
Director of the Luce Archive
Born in Rome on 10/3/1966.
Since 1986 he has been working at the Luce-Cinecittà Institute. An experience that has grown and consolidated within the company
She was involved in film production as a delegate for production and management of rights
related to production.
He has developed important skills on public cinema financing legislation e
to the audiovisual sector, dealing with the recovery of government contributions and quality premiums. He coordinated the cinematic distribution of important Italian and European films (I HUNDRED PASSES, DACER IN THE DARK, IL MERCANTE DI VENEZIA) and of special projects for the dissemination of film culture (eg GRANDE CINEMA: the review that was brought back to the title room like ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS and AN INVESTIGATION OF A CITIZEN ABOVE ALL SUSPICIOUS, EVA AGAINST EVA and SOME LIKE IT HOT)
Since 2007 he has landed in the prestigious Archivio of Istituto Luce Cinecittà, dealing with Copyright and
acquisition of new archive funds.
Since 2014 with the exhibition Luce L'immaginario Italiano, he has taken over the organization of exhibitions
photographic and audiovisual through the rich historical heritage (WAI IS OVER and IL SORPASSO at the Museum of Rome-Palazzo Braschi and LONTANO at the National Gallery of Modern Art), planning and organizing, with the concession of Mibact, all the exhibition activities of the Monumental Complex of the Dioscuri (including LA DOLCE VITTI and TROISI POETA MASSIMO)