Graziano Graziani The President of the condominium assembly
Jun Ichikawa Chinese girl
Francesco Forni Author of the music
Multifaceted and dynamic, Sibilla Barbieri is author, producer, director and actress. Her professional training ranges in several artistic areas and it consists of important courses and workshops: from 1997 to 2000 she was the pupil of the Spanish playwright and filmmaker Josè Sanchis Sinisterra. Between 1990 and 1992 she attended the Directing Course coordinated by Thierry Pathe at New York University. Between 1983 and 1986 she attended the Screenwriting Course at Centro Studi e Comunicazione di Roma (teachers: Age, Sergio Leone, Francesco Maselli, Gigi Magni).
As a producer, together with Simona Barbieri, she founded the production company La Siliàn, operating since 2008. It produces commercials, short films, documentaries and feature films, many of which are selected at national and international festivals, achieving important awards.
Among her experiences as a screenwriter: “Passavanti” (2011), written with Josè Sanchis Sinisterra, was acknowledged work of Cultural Interest with the support from MiBAC; “Orizzonti – Linea di fuga” (2010), shortlisted screenplay at Pescara Corto Script and e film recognized of cultural interest with the support from MiBAC. Between 2007 and 2002 she was co-writer in various productions of Cineteam for Rai Fiction: the handling of “Il Leone di Damasco” (The Lion of Damasco) (written with Anna Negri and Andrea Purgatori); “L’Amore Proibito” (Forbidden Love) (written with Andrea Purgatori) directed by Anna Negri; “L’Altra Donna” (The Other Woman), (written with Graziano Diana) and directed by Anna Negri. In 1996 she signs “I Giorni delle Meraviglie” (Days of Wonders) (written with Franco Bernini), Rendez-Vouz award for the script and Quality award from the Ministry of Performing arts; in 1993 she worked to the treatment of “La Rapina” (The Robbery) (written with Claudio Lizza) for Bianca Film. In 1989 she worked to the movie script “Stanno tutti bene” (Everyone is fine) by Giuseppe Tornatore.
Among the most significant experiences in advertising, in 2016 she was a Creative Director of the campaign of Sky Extra” (Angeli).
In theatre she was an actress to the staging of “La Donna Guerriera” (The Warrior Woman) (2015) with Marta Jacopini and Silvia Mazzotta directed by Ivana Pantaleo (Teatro di Documenti). In 2010 she was the author of the play “Trezza 70” special mention at Premio teatrale Flaiano and finalist at Premio Enrico Maria Salerno. Between 2005 and 2007 she was a drama teacher at Officina XI, a workshop sponsored by XI municipio di Roma, Comune di Roma, Regione Lazio. In 2003 she held the workshop “La Scena Senza Limiti” (Limitless scene) with Josè Sanchis Sinisterra, in cooperation with Marte 2010, Istituto Cervantes, Comune di Roma. In the same year she signed “La Donna Guerriera”, (The Warrior Woman) runner up at Enrico Maria Salerno award, she was director of the mise en éspace in the exhibition “I Solisti del Teatro” at Giardini della Filarmonica (among the performers: Maria Paiato). In 1997 she wrote the play “La Vita Segreta” (Secret Life) (Second Prize in the competition Concorso Nazionale Eduardo De Filippo).
She directed the short films “Orizzonti” (2011) with Alessandro Roja and Maria Paiato, in competition at Visioni Italiane Festival della Cineteca di Bologna; “Le Lontananze” (2007), winner at XIII San Giò Video Festival as Best Screenplay (Sibilla Barbieri) and Best actors (Alessandra Acciai, Antonio Ianniello) and special mention of the jury at Concorto Film Festival; “The Thief” (1992), selected at 34º Bilbao Film Festival, at NYU/SCE Film Festival and broadcasted in the RAI programs “Gli Occhi Sul Cinema” and “Prisma”.
Born in Bogota in 1972, Andrés Arce Maldonado has been living and working in Rome for many years.
In 2007 he attended a Master in Cinematography directed by Roberto Faenza at University of La Sapienza in Rome. His first feature film “Falene” (Moths), marks his debut in full-length movies: it was selected at the Montpellier Film Festival and at the Raindance in London where it achieved excellent success of critics and audience. In 2009 Maldonado won the contest “Screen Stage” with his short film “Niente quasi” (Almost Nothing), the Prize for Best Director at Festival Arcipelago with the documentary film “Ritratti”(Portraits) and the 48H Film Project with the short film “L’Utero al dilettevole” (The Uterus to the enjoyable). He supervised the cinematography and editing for the movie ““Il viaggio della signorina Vila”, “Quando i tedeschi non sapevano nuotare”, “I nomi del signor Sulcic” (The Journey of Miss Vila, When the German couldn’t swim, The names of Mr Sulcic) by Elisabetta Sgarbi. In 2013 he directed the feature film “Carta Bianca (White Paper), winner of the distribution award at Riff (Roma Independent Film Festival) and shown at the Film Festival in Bogota and later the web series “Pirula Pirula – un gaiodramma”. In 2016 he made the documentary “Noma”, a healing journey, winner of best human contribution in Los Angeles. Between 2017 and 2018 he directed the feature film “Dentro” (Inside) winner of the award for Best Film and Best Actress in a Leading Role at The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards in London and the documentary “Bernini racconta Bernini” (Bernini tells Bernini) presented at the fourth edition of the Master of Art Film Festival in Sofia. He taught at the University Sister Orsola Benincasa in Naples, making music videos and commercials.
Actor of theatre, cinema and television, theatre director. Graduated in Modern Literature, he studied and worked with Antonio Latella, Danio Manfredini, Enzo Cosimi, Eleonora Danco, Pierluigi Pieralli, Walter Manfrè, Alessio Pizzech, Walter Pagliaro, Riccardo Vannuccini, Franco Miseria, Duccio Camerini. Protagonist of short and feature films among which: “L’Angelo” and “Bianco” by Roberto Di Vito, “L’Affare Bonnard” by Anna Maria Panzèra; “Te absolvo” by Carlo Benso, “Tre notti” by Gianluca Catàlfamo. Main character in the film “La coppia dei Campioni” by Giulio Base, “La verità è in cielo” by Roberto Faenza, “Oltre la Bufera” by Marco Cassini, and in the short film “Sadok” by Geraldine Ottier. For the tv he worked in “Distretto di polizia”, “Grandi domani”, “Un posto al sole”, “Baciamo le mani”, “Incantesimo”, “Terapia d’urgenza”, “Al di là del lago”, “Il bello delle donne”. He worked with the directors Antonello Grimaldi, Lucio Gaudino, Genovese/Miniero, Vincenzo Terracciano, Eros Puglielli, Gianfranco Albano, Raffaele Mertez, Luca Ribuoli. As a director he filmed: “Billie Blu(es)”, of which is also the author “Clitennestra” with Marina Biondi; “Cassandra”; “Rooms” (dramaturgy and direction); “Shakespearen Puppets” (dramaturgy and direction) “Raffaele Viviani – versi, prosa e musica” by and with Franco Acampora (rearrangement) the documentary feature “In direzione ostinata e contraria… Ad Arte”. He has conceived and directed Ad Arte – Calcata Teatro Cine Festival, emerging and independent theatre and cinema review “made in Italy”; in this occasion he produced the plays “La Cerimonia” by Carlo Benso with Marina Biondi and Astra Lanz and “Fedra” by Mariano Anagni.
Italian Iranian actor. He works between Italy and Iran. Winner of the Orso d’Argento for Best Actor for the film “A Separation” by Asghar Farhadi (Academy Award for Best Foreign Language 2012) with whom he worked also for the films “The Past” and “The Salesman” (Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2017). He worked with Mattia Torre in “La Linea Verticale” and Roberto Andò in “Una Storia Senza Nome”.
Pupil of O. Costa and S. Tofano, Mariano Rigillo graduated in 1962 at Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica, and in the ’60/’70 he stood as one of the more interesting actors in the Italian theatre, venturing both in the classical repertoire (Seneca, Shakespeare, Goldoni) than in the modern (Brecht, Viviani, Pirandello). Together with G. Patroni Griffini he works on the theatre of Raffaele Viviani (“Napoli, notte e giorno”) bringing to the stage “Pescatori”, that was worth the prize Premio della Critica Teatrale Italiana at Carnevale del teatro in Venezia (1982). Artistic Director Direttore of Ente Teatro di Messina from 1991 to 1995 and of Benevento Città Spettacolo in 1994, he awarded his theatrical career with Eschilo d’oro and Premio Flaiano (2011) and the award: Premio del Presidente alle Maschere del Teatro Italiano (2017). He worked thoughout his career also in cinema, taking part in important productions like “Bronte”, “Regina”, “Metello”, “Il Postino”; he carried out an intense radio and tv activities (scripts like “Il mulino del Po”, “Dov’è Anna”, “Saturnino Farandola”). He currently holds the position of Director of the Theatre School of Teatro Stabile Nazionale di Napoli/Teatro Nazionale.
She was born in Cagliari where when she was a child, she studied singing and dancing. When she grew up, she attended a Drama School and she first appeared on stage working on plays by Copi, Gelber and Brecht. She moved to Rome where she now lives and works. She graduated at Libera Accademia dello Spettacolo and she attended many workshops with teachers like Giancarlo Sepe, Mamadou Dioume, Cesare Barbetti, Vincent Riotta. She works in theatre, radio, tv, in the film industry and advertising: she is also, dubber and interpreter of music videos and web series.
Sunny smile and blue eyes, Silvia was born in Bergamo, but she is Roman by adoption since she was 2 years old. The fuse for acting, “provided” since her childhood, lit up as a teenager and blew up after she Graduated in Economy when the artistic nature and the technical skills she acquired, will find a synthesis in her, making her grow both as an actress and cultural worker. Currently she is artistic co-director of the Ass. Marte 2010 and of the Company Klesidra, and she collaborates with Parkin-zone Onlus. As an actress, the multi-faceted training and the continuous improvement both in Italy and abroad, run in parallel with her professional experiences in theatre, cinema and television. In theatre she is the interpreter of among thirty plays, of both classical and modern authors and she works with many actors and (Luca Monti, Imogen Kusch, Hossein Taheri, Mauro Mandolini, Daniele Formica, Sibilla Barbieri, Josè Sinisterra, Cesare Belsito). In Tv she took part to fictions like “Ho sposato uno sbirro”, “R.I.S. 5”, “Butta la Luna 2”, “I Liceali 2”, “Don Matteo 10” and “LoveDilemma”. Among her last experiences in cinema: “Ebola” by L. Monti e C. Marazziti (English original language film), “Respira” by C. Anania (short film).
She started her professional career very young in the tv shows “Arriva Cristina”, “Ciao Ciao”, “Cartonissimi” and “Zap zap”. She worked in many productions and in 2006 she won the award for Best Supporting Actress at S.M. Film Festival with the film “Antonio, guerriero di Dio” by A. Bellucco. She worked in many tv productions and advertisings, working with C. Elia, A. Angelini, E. Oldoini, L. Miniero e P. Genovese, A. Capone, P. Virzì. In theatre she worked with the directors D. Camerini, M. Andreozzi, B. Amodio, I. Kusch, L. Monti, M. Pini. Since 2003 she is a drama teacher. She deals with social theatre and she qualifies herself as professional counsellor.
She was born in Civitavecchia in 1965, but she trained in Milan where she made her debut as an actress at Piccolo Teatro in “Igne Migne” with the direction Lamberto Puggelli. She worked in theatre with actors as Alberto Lionello, Giuseppe Pambieri, Lia Tanzi and Anna Mazzamauro, she worked in fictions like “Distretto di Polizia”, “R.I.S. – Delitti imperfetti” and “La mafia uccide solo d’estate”, and she worked in cinema. In 2016 she worked on the screenplay of the feature film “Dentro”, written together with Sibilla Barbieri and Andrés Arce Maldonado, who is also director of the film, in which she plays the role of Liliana. The film is winner for Best Picture and Best Actress in a Leading Role at The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards.
She got closer to theatre in 1975. She followed workshops with J.S. Sinisterra, E. Dante, J. Alschitz, L. Petit. At the beginning of her career she acted in a stable company with which she shared tours and ideals. Among the various performances: “Marat-Sade”, “Ubu Re”, “Edipo”. At that time, she prepared, together with her company, many “work in progress”, in relation to a particular theatre research method (like: “Meta work in progress”, produced by Comune di Modena Drama-Teatri, Teatro Biondo-Stabile di Palermo, Biennale di Venezia). After that, she kept on with theatre performances; a trilogy on Shakespeare (“Twelfth night or What you Will”, “The Winter’s Tale”, “King Cymbeline”), directed by Imogen Kusch. She also worked for television and cinema: “Il Traditore” (M. Bellocchio), “Il Cacciatore” (S. Lodovichi), “Il Commissario Montalbano” and “Pinocchio” (A. Sironi), “Don Matteo”. She believes in the social utility function of the theatre and she is also a teacher and a trainer. She gives preferences to projects using theatre as a supporting instrument in situation of social malaise.
Graduated at Silvio D’Amico in Rome, in the 90’s he acted in many works by Luca Ronconi (“Besucher”, “Gli ultimi giorni dell’umanità”, “La pazza di Chaillot”, “Misura per misura”, “Sturm und Dr ang”). He directed the film features “Casa di Bambola” (RaiSat cultura, 1998), “Prima di andar via” of which is also the author (Festival di Montepellier, 2004) and “L’ultimo raggio di luce” (2012). He worked as a director in many plays like “Porte chiuse”, “Spettri”, “Oreste”, written with Marco Bellocchio, “Sistema Cechov” (Il gabbiano e Tre sorelle) and “Amleto” with gli Uffici Teatrali. In November 2014 at Torino Film Festival, the cinema edition “Prima di andar via” by Michele Placido was released for the first time in Italy. In November 2015he stage “Antigone” by Sofocle, and later “Angeli” (in his own hand, at teatro Argot). Thereafter he staged his “Trilogia di mezzanotte”, directed by Francesco Frangipane, and “Zio Vanja”, which he directed, third chapter of “Sistema Cechov”, realized with Uffici Teatrali, the company he co-founded. In the season 2016-17 he staged his “Dall’alto di una fredda torre” curated by Roberto Cavosi, for Teatro Stabile di Bolzano, and “Il solito viaggio”, written with Matteo Oleotto, starring Marina Massironi, for La Contrada di Trieste.
In 2018 he directed “Aspettando Godot” with Giorgio Colangeli and Francesco Montanari e “Finale di partita”, always with Colangeli.
After having attended Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica, he started working with the best theatre companies: Pambieri-Tanzi, O. Lionello, I. Monti, L. Buzzanca, G. Albertazzi, G. Cobelli, G. Lavia, G. Sepe, P. Franco, P. Pingitore, C. Croccolo, E. Blanc, thanks to which, he experienced many forms of theatre: tragic, comedy, dramatic, satirical, intellectual and popular. This great variety created a short circuit that led him, in the last few years, to write and perform his own shows , like “La Classe diGerente”, or together with distinguished guests like Vittorio Sgarbi and Piergiorgio Odifreddi in “EsotericArte”, or together with jazz musicians in his last creation “La leggerezza dell’essere”. In his shows, art, philosophy, theology and politics are blended with the bright shades of comedy, the laws of humor combine with intellectual contents.
Graziano Graziani was born in Rome. Among being one of the radio hosts of “Fahrenheit” (Radio 3), he made documentaries and programs for Rai 5. He worked with “Lo Straniero”, “Il Tascabile” and “Minima&Moralia”. He writes about contemporary theatre as a critic or at least he tries. He published the novel “Esperia” (Gaffi, 2008), the roman “spoon river” of “I sonetti der Corvaccio” (La camera verde, 2011), per the Compagnia Extra di Quodlibet “L’Atlante delle micronazioni” (2015) and“Catalogo delle religioni nuovissime” (2018).
She was born in Kumamoto (Japan) in a family of artists. Actress, dancer, dubber, she started working in theatre when she was fourteen, working with actors like Anna Maria Guarnieri, Maria Paiato, Maurizio Donadoni, Paolo Rossi, Isabel Russinova, Francesco Siciliano, Max Tortora. She debuted in cinema in 2003 as the main character of the film “Cantando dietro i paraventi” by Ermanno Olmi (three David di Donatello, five Nastri d’Argento, Premio Diamanti, Pardo d’onore in Locarno). She worked with the directors Eugenio Cappuccio, Dario Argento, Stefano Bessoni, Giuseppe Tornatore, Riccardo Sesani, Giorgio Amato, Lamberto Bava, Alessandro Siani. In the fictions she is well known for the role of Flavia Ayroldi in “R.I.S.” and for the role of Yukino in the two seasons of L’Allieva”. She took part of the cast of successful web series like “Freaks!” (second season), “The Ushers, a dark tale of a bright night” and “Geekerz”. She won many awards for Best Actress at festival di Mendicino, Salerno e Catanzaro and for Best Actress in a Leading Role at Zero Trenta Film Festival and at Cortinametraggio. She also worked as a dubber in many films among which “Lost in Translation” (voice of Kawasaki), “Harry Potter e il calice di fuoco” e “Harry Potter e l’Ordine della Fenice” (voice of Katie Leung), “Sunshine” (voice of Icarus), “The Karate Kid – La leggenda continua” (voice of Wenwen Han), “Wolverine Samurai” (voice of Rila Fukushima), “Robocop” (voice of Aimee Garcia), “Transformers 4” (voice of Li Bingbing), “Black Hat” (voice of Tang Wei).
His is a long and rich career: composition of soundtracks for theatre and cinema and a copious discography as a guitar player, composer, producer and singer. Among his last works, the duo project with Ilaria Graziano with three records appreciated all over Europe: “From Bedlam to Lenane”, “Come 2 me”, “Twinkle twinkle”. And again “Don Chisciotte” by F. Niccolini with the direction of A. Boni, R. Aldorasi, M. Prayer (writing of the music and staging of the show); “Giochi di prestigio” by A. Christie (directed by P. Sepe); “Angelicamente Anarchici” by and with Michele Riondino; “Caracallas Total Show” designed and produced with Armando Pirozzi (15 shows); “Corazon” (3 shows). He took part in the soundtracks of “Gatta Cenerentola” and “L’arte della felicità” by A. Rak, “Un fidanzato per mia moglie” by D. Marengo, “Maldamore” by A. Longoni, “Arance e Martello” by D. Bianchi, “Le conseguenze dell’amore” by P. Sorrentino, “Falene” by A. A. Maldonado. He wrote the music for the multi-award winner “Mala menti” by F. Di Leva. He dedicated himself to the conceiving of musical events: “Il buono il brutto il cattivo”, “I’m a slave”, “Spin@ff”, “Spicy Corner”, “Canzoni in piena”, “La Carboneria” and “Zelo in Condotta”, the last one with Luca Carocci, of which he’ll provide the media with a compilation of tracks in collaboration with the guests of the review. Live he plays with the rock-blues bands The Reverends and The Reverend & The Preacher and in a musical show on Jimi Hendrix with Roberto Dell’Era (Afterhours), Lino Gitto (The Winstons) and Fish (Tiromancino).
Vittorio Allegra was born in Rome on September 28th, 2000. He’s attending the Scientific High School at Pio Dodicesimo. He has approached acting when he was only ten years old attending the Scuola di Teatro Omnes Artes. Among various experiences, he spent two years dubbing and acted in many theatre performances, amongst which “Cuore di neve” (Teatro Ghione, 2012) and “Il Dio in fiamme” (Teatro Agorà, 2016). Passionate about art in all its forms, from music to cinema, from theatre to literature, Vittorio Allegra is a curious lad, always looking for new horizons and stimuli.
Actress, performer, vocalist and writer, Elena Baroglio was born in Rome on the 3rd November 1983. She was trained by international teachers following Peter Brook’s line of work and later in Madrid with Juan Carlos Corazza. She deepened the study on the use of the voice and overtone singing with David Hykes. She performed in both dramatic and comic roles, achieving recognitions and awards like the “Premio Troisi” for the acting category and the “Premio Galantara per il teatro satirico”. In 2015 she wrote, directed and performed the short film “Qui non ci sono alberi”, for which she achieved prizes and awards including “Best woman Filmmaker” at Barcelona Planet Festival, the first prize at the Competition “Affetti speciali”, “Special Mention of the Jury” at Procida Film Festival. Among the most recent theatre performances, “Risorgi” and “Miraggi intorno a Michele Besso” directed by Duccio Camerini and “La Conferenza degli uccelli” under the direction of Anna Redi.
He studied in Milan at Accademia dei Filodrammatici. After that he had some experiences in theatre and music in Torino, he moved to London from 2009 to 2012, where he dedicated himself to Shakespearean theatre and performed a role on a tv series called “New Tricks”. He moved to Rome in 2012, where he worked with Enzo Garinei, Ivana Monti, Massimo Venturiello and Tosca. In 2016 he translated from English to Italian, “Timon of Athens” by Shakespeare, which he later directed. He performed on tv commercials and web series like Vita di Peroni Esso “Servitissimo”, Save The Children, Ford. From 2006 ‘till today he worked at some tv series on air on Rai Tre and Rai Uno.
He moved his first steps in the world of modern dancing at Centro Coreografico in Pesaro and Rome; he soon discovered his passion for acting and after an “enlightening” seminar with Riccardo De Torrebruna, he moved to Rome: he studied at Teatro Blu di Beatrice Bracco and attended the Actor Center directed by Michael Margotta. He carried on with his dancing studies at IALS and Centro Coreografico di Roma, he completed his training with singing courses. He took part in many theatre performances from prose (“Festa per il compleanno del caro amico Harold” by P. Rossi Gastaldi, “Pericolo di Morte”, “Sconosciuti” by I. Grcko, “Le piccole cose” by S. Benni) to musical (“Grease” by S. Marconi, “Non abbiate Paura” by G. Ferrato and A. Palotto); he acted in many series (“Un posto al sole”, “Centovetrine”, “Distretto di polizia”, “Il paradiso delle Signore”) and tv commercials. He also acted in cinema (“Dentro” by A.A. Maldonado, “Buffet” by A. De Ambrosi and S. De Santis, “I poli opposti” by M. Croci, “Il dolce rumore della vita” by G. Bertolucci), he worked for radio and as a dubber. He approached the social theatre, attending a training course at OTS di Roma directed by Pascal La Delfa and following a project of theatre in jail, working with Associazione Sanguegiusto. He worked with Monica Guerritore and Lorenzo Lavia as assistant director. He’s currently involved in the second season of Fox Tv series “Romolo + Giuly: La guerra mondiale italiana”.
Alberto Caneva was born on March 4th. He started his artistic career in a youth orchestra. In 1977 he played electric bass with Lucio Dalla during his tour “Automobili” In 1979 he “embraced” acting and started his activity of actor and dubber that he improved by moving to Rome in 1982, working with the biggest Maestri and becoming one of the most requested actors. In 1990 he met Pupi Avati, whose encounter termed his entry in the world of cinema while that with Sofia Scandurra, introduced him to the world of theatre. He’ll never give up on his first love: music: He’s playing double bass in the ’Orchestra Sinfonica Santa Croce’ directed by Arman Azemoon. He’s currently both an actor and a musician.
Jessica Cortini was born in Rome on July 21st, 1989. In 2014 she was admitted as an actress at Accademia Nazionale d’Arte Drammatica Silvio D’Amico in Rome, where she worked with leading personalities like Emma Dante, Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Lorenzo Salveti, Massimiliano Civica, Valentino Villa, Laura Morante, Galatea Ranzi, Giuseppe Piccioni and Thomas Ostermeier. She graduated in 2017 with the essay “Studio da Le Baccanti” directed by Emma Dante, showed again at Teatro India in 2018 and on tour in 2019. Meanwhile she opened up to international scene with the play “Le Lacrime amare di Petra Von Kant” directed by Federico Gagliardi, which was presented to the festival Your chance at Theatre Na Strastnom in Moscow.
She was born in Bolivia on August 4th, 1965. She’s a domestic operative, nanny and a passionate chef. She says about herself: “I’ve been working with a wonderful family for ten years now, here I’ve met my two beautiful babies, Ella and Vittorio, growing into two fine teenagers, and my landlady Sibilla Barbieri. I got closer to the world of cinema thanks to Sibilla, I’m convinced that in this technological world, lacking in love, respect and solidarity, the only weapon of survival is to find shelter in art, being an artist. I wanted to study psychology, it’s a field I’m very passionate about. I like watching good movies, even better with love, life and passion”
She was born in Rome on January 24th, 2005. Kissed by the resourcefulness and the intelligence of the sign of Aquarius. She is attending the first year at Liceo Artistico. She acted in the previous film feature by Andrés Arce Maldonado, “Dentro”, performing the role of Lola. She has had some experiences in dubbing and since she was a child, she has been involved in La Siliàn’s productions. Though young she has an actress temperament, in fact for her, this is “The film of Perla”. She likes drawing and dancing, she’s passionate about Japanese comics and oriental culture in general. Ella is Sibilla’s daughter in real life too.
He was born in Rome on June 30th, 2004, under the sign of Cancer. He attended his first year at Scientific Lyceum Virgilio in Rome. He says of himself: “I got introduced to the world of cinema because I was obliged/forced by my aunt to participate to a documentary on Science museums and then to perform in a short movie. I remember a scene in which I had to fight with my brother, that was weird. Later we had to be scolded by an actress who played my grandma, she wasn’t really my grandma and I didn’t know how to react. I like travelling, listening to music and watching tv series. Now that I think about it, acting in an American tv series could be a very good idea… they are the most famous ones!”.
He was born in Rome on May 28th, 2003, under the sign of Gemini. He attended his second year at Scientific Lyceum, with a (nearly) B grade. He says of himself “I got introduced to the world of cinema since I was a child, also thanks to my parents, I watched a lot of movies: I’ve always loved entertainment and cinema in general. I’d like this passion to become my job one day, but I have to figure out if I have the talent for it. I am passionate about, cinema, tv series, music. I like going out with my friends and I love sport”.
He was born in Hunan (China) on February 28th, 1992. He’s a Chinese video maker, actor, video art performer. He studied Italian at Università per gli stranieri in Perugia in 2013. During his studies he worked as an actor with Gruppo Teatrale Human Beings. In 2017 he graduated in DAMS at Università degli studi in Torino. From 2014 to 2017 he continued his career as an actor Gruppo teatrale ASAI in Torino. He’s currently completing his master’s degree DASS at Università Sapienza in Rome. At the same time, he’s attending a Multi-media Advanced training course at Officina delle Arti Pier Paolo Pasolini. In May 2019 he realized the visual performance mapping show “DAO” at LPM Festival in Rome. As a video maker he has created audio-visual projects of various kinds and commissions, among which: “Come On” (stop motion); “Robert Terciu” (instant documentary); “Rome” (postcard video); “Silent” (mute video); “Regina solo un’ora” (music video by Sara Vanni). As an actor he took part to Promo (action mob). He was a member of the Jury of the 31st GLFF, of VIII Carbonia Film Festival and I Dong Film Festival. He worked as an Italian Chinese interpreter for Expo Milano, Torino Film Festival, Ambiente Film Festival, Met Soccer City. Passionate about all forms of visual communication, he follows the main events in the sector both in Italy and abroad.
He was born in Teheran, Iran. His artistic activity ranges to fiction, to cinema, to documentaries, to photography. He exhibited his photographic works in various private and public galleries, both in Italy and Iran. He started his career as press photographer and journalist in 2004 at the Press Agency of Islamic Republic (IRNA) and some Iranian newspapers, working with some big Iranian photographer like Yadollah Samadian and Mohsen Shandiz. Winner of the Photography Calendar OIPA 2012 (Italy). As for cinema he worked at some feature films as an actor, director assistant and programmer. He is a director and cinematographer of short documentaries and films, he’s famous for the short movies “Dopo centomila ore” and “Redemption Walk”. His works have been selected by several festivals and were awarded at Iranian Film Festival in San Francisco (2018) and Out Of The Can Film Festival (2017).
She was born in Lettonia. At the age of eight years old, she moved to Rome where she now studies and lives. She showed her passion for piano right away and she started to write her first songs. She got close to theatre in 2016 attending the theatre lab of her Lyceum, supervised by the actor and director Gabriele Linari. Her first debut on stage came with the play “Il codice di Perelà”. In 2018 she attended a course at scuola teatrale dello Stabile del Giallo.
Eufemia Luisa Guercio – known as Luisa by family and friends – was born in Rome on July the 4th, 1961, second of three children of a carpenter and a housewife. Her mother, before she got married, worked in a historical theatre costume workshop in Rome where she had her first encounter with theatre and costumes. Her passion for acting – cinema and theatre – started since she was a child, raised on bread and good theatre of the 70’s and anthologies on directors and film actors. La passione per la recitazione – cinema e teatro – nasce da bambina, cresciuta a pane, grande teatro della tv anni ’70 e antologie su registi e attori cinematografici. Her other passion: literature, grew stronger with her high school studies in foreign languages literature. La letteratura arriva più prepotentemente con gli studi superiori nel campo delle lingue straniere. For some years now, she’s been studying acting, attending workshops led by professional actors. She lives with her daughter and three cats, her other great passion: the felines. Her biggest regret is not having completed her university study on foreign languages and literature. She actually works as a sales consultant on healthcare.
She was born in Palermo on October 21st, 1965, she graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature in 1989 and she moved to Rome in 1998, for business purposes. The encounter with the world of drama, as an actress and not merely a viewer, came in the late 2000’s, with some small roles in some sit-coms. Since 2015 she has had her experiences on stage with various plays written by Eduardo De Filippo, Carlo Emilio Gadda, William Shakespeare, Carlo Gozzi, to name but a few and with original screenplays. In film production, she took part to fictions and Italian production movies. She likes the art of acting that allows her to interpret new lives every time and explore new worlds.
She won the contest at Accademia Nazionale Silvio d’Amico which she attended while studying at the faculty of Modern Letters. She began as juvenile her professional acting career on stage performing main roles, together with some of the biggest names in the Italian theatre. For tv she played in comedies and drama series and she hosted the show “Avventure” for Rai, Tv dei Ragazzi. She was the voice on the radio shows “Uomini e Profeti” and “Respiri: spunti per una nuova era” for three years. She obtained achievement in both dramatic and comedy plays. She dedicated herself to cultural research for her various recitals and she taught perfectioning courses for the Specialisation of opera singers, Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione, etc… She supervised, various theatre directions and opera performances for important festivals.
She is a Colombian actress who has lived in Rome for over twenty years. She started to study acting at the Duse, permanent centre for actors in Rome, directed by Francesca Sapio, and then deepened her studies with the acting coach Bernard Hiller, and attended many master classes directed by Michael Margotta, Duccio Camerini, Vincent Schiavelli, Francesco Lazotti, Gisella Burinato, Ivano De Matteo. She performed on many tv commercials (Coca Cola, Swatch, Enel, Fao, to name but a few) and music videos. Also on the film side she took part in several Italian and international productions like “La Cena” by Ettore Scola, “Nostromo” by Alastair Read, “Piovono Mucche” by Luca Vendruscolo, “Don Giovanni Sweet Melody” by Saverio di Biagio, “La Ragazza Mela” by Elisa Strinna, “Lilah” by Joel Ramirez, “Time” by Ludovica Lirosi. We saw her on tv in “Romanzo Criminale” by Stefano Sollima and in the web series “Desesperados” always by Ludovica Lirosi; most recently in the series “Rocco Schiavone” by Giulio Manfredonia, “Io C’è” by Alessandro Aronadio