"Screenplay" section technical jury
ALFONSO TRAMONTANO GUERRITOR
Writer / Journalist
Writer, professional journalist, curator-speaker “Carta bianca”, Radio Kolbe, Nocera Inferiore
2011, Unisound (University of Salerno) “Caravelle” radio narrazioni 2012; Creator and host of the web radio program “Words are important” 2016-2019 Radio Polo / -Radio Vostock, Playradio, Cava de 'Tirreni. Writer and actor dramaturgy, shows and workshops Compagnia Teatro Grimaldello / “Army
of love ”, 2012 /“ The dream of the happy ones ”, dramaturgy /“ Attesa ”, 2013, dramaturgy; "Puttana e Basta", 2015, ("Fiore killed", 2017 (dramaturgy and actor) Music and reading: "Peccati", 2017-2018, electronic stories Un Franco Re ", 2018, performance," Odyssey in the heart " , studio laboratory, 2018. “The doors of
regurgitation ", Dramaturgy, 2018, press award at the festival" The voices of the soul ", Rimini, September 2018
Short screenplay “Tonino”, on the life of the Camorra victim Antonio Esposito Ferraioli, produced by Libera-Giffoni Film Festival, Flai / Cgil; Dialogue writing "Stranded", short film directed by Gino Vitolo Laboratorio / Pon Ist. Porzio, Praiano, "To make a flower",
2018, and “Pinocchio”, 2019 Eboli, “The field of angels”, Icatt prison- “Jesus and the beasts” Writing workshop “Elsewhere”, Teatro Grimaldello, 2018-2019.
Writer / Director
Born in Bari and graduated in Sociology - Communications and Mass Media (La Sapienza - Rome - 2001), Lucilla Mininno studied dramaturgy with Alessandro Baricco's Holden school (stage Enzimi prize 2001), screenplay at RAI (Script 2003), as well as Shooting and Editing at the Rome Film School (2008). She also graduated, as an actress, in the three years of training of the actor and director of the International Center La Cometa (Rome, class of 2001) and, between 2011 and 2012, she followed a path of improvement as a screenwriter with the Workshop Finzioni by Carlo Lucarelli.
Lucilla Mininno is the author of the short films “Bramando Bremen”, “The Question”, “Nuru”, “La Famiglia”, “Prigioni” and “Munnezza”. She is also the author of “Endless” ( www.vrabpictures.com ), an internationally successful series.
His first feature film “Solo No” (previous provisional title “La Signora Butterfly”) is out, with Anna Teresa Rossini, Francesco Zecca, Giovanni Boncoddo and the extraordinary participation of Mariano Rigillo.
Since 2013 he is Artistic Director of the MitreoFilmFestival.
She is the author of the dramaturgies, already staged, “The hole, or Riding on the tomb”, “Anna and Lara”, “Valentine's Day”, “Who turns, who stops. Button Hour ”,“ Our Journey ”and“ Malwen ”. She is the author and director of the shows “Frankenstein”, “Ofelia and Gertrude. To the sound of wine ”,“ So, we won't go anymore ”.
AD RIANO VALERIO
Writer / Director
Writer and director. Graduated in Law at the State University of Milan, he attended the film workshops of Marco Bellocchio and
studied film directing at EICAR - École International de Creation et de Realization in Paris, where he later became head of the Fast Track Program and started teaching
Analysis of Contemporary World Film and Cinema. He was also selected for the Berlinale Talent
Campus (2012) and the Locarno Film Academy (2012). Since 2011 he has been collaborating with ALBA (Accademia
Lebanese Fine Arts) of Beirut, with the IHB Artmedia of Casablanca. In 2012 he founded the Camera Mundi Association which organizes directing workshops in developing countries and is a programming consultant for the Imaginary Festival of Perugia. His works have been presented in various international festivals and have received important awards. With the
short film "37 ° 4S", won the Special Mention of the Jury at the 66th Cannes Film Festival
and the Special Award of the Silver Ribbon 2014. In 2015 it leads to the 30th Week in competition
International Critics of Venice his first feature film Banat - The journey. Lives and works in Paris).
Writer / Director
Roberto Moliterni screenwriter / director Roberto Moliterni (1984) grew up in Matera, he lives in Rome. In 2010 he won the Malerba Prize as a screenwriter. Among the works he wrote the
episodic film Provincia bianca (produced by Tyche productions, directed by Angelo Calculli, Vito
Cea, Paolo Sassanelli, Tonino Zangardi - the Friday episode was the only short film to represent Italy at the 2015 Clermont Ferrand International Festival) and the documentaries
Mater Matera (produced by Clipper media and Rai Cinema, directed by Simone Aleandri), As time goes by - The man who drew dreams (produced by Clipper media and Istituto Luce, directed by
Simone Aleandri - Reflections Section of the Rome Film Fest 2018, Best Documentary at the Tiburon Film Festival 2019) and more recently Polvere (produced by Clipper Media, directed by Simone Aleandri, special event at the Venice Film Festival 2020).
For the theater he adapted Arthur Schnitzler's Traumnovelle under the direction of Paolo Sassanelli. He wrote the manuals Making a short (2012, also translated in Iran), Writing the short and web-series (2016), Formatting the screenplay (2018, with Annalisa Elba and Claudio Maccari) and Making a documentary (2020, with Simone Aleandri), all published by Dino Audino publisher. In 2015 his first novel Goodbye in East Berlin (Rai Eri - La Giara Prize, 44th Basilicata Prize) was released, followed by Storie for rent (Dino Audino 2017) and La casa di carta (Quodlibet 2018 - 40th Prize Penne-Mosca). He teaches documentary screenplay at
Gian Maria Volonté Film School of Art.
In 1996 the film Il postino, produced by him together with a Mario and Vittorio Cecchi Gori, won a BAFTA award for the best film not in English_cc781905-5cde-3194 136bad5cf58d_e was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. At the beginning of his career Gaetano Daniele worked with Massimo Troisi nel Centro Teatro Spazio in San Giorgio a Cremano. They become friends and found the
film production company Esterno Mediterraneo Film. During the years 1980 to 1990
Daniele produces with Massimo Troisi in this company over Il Postino (1994) also Le vie del
Lord they are over (1984) and I thought it was love… but instead it was a gig.