Nadia Kibout actress, author director was born in France to Mauritanian Algerian parents. She speaks 5 languages. She lives in Italy. She is currently writing her first feature film Luna di pietra following the success of the award-winning short film Le ali velate. Last work as Actress for Rai1 TV in the fiction Nero a metà 2, directed by Marco Pontecorvo.
Michele Diomà (1983) film producer and director. In 2019 he presented the world premiere of "Dance again with me Heywood!" at New York University, a feature film with special guest, Academy Award Winner James Ivory. In 2016 he co-produced and directed "Sweet Democracy", the last movie project in which Nobel Prize Winner playwright Dario Fo takes part. In 2014 he directed "Born in the U. S.E." a documentary that celebrates the 120th birthday of Cinema, featured by Francesco Rosi, Donald Ranvaud and Academy Award Winners Giuseppe Tornatore and Luis Bacalov.
Gianmarco Aimi lives in Piacenza and works in Milan. He started in local newspapers, then in national newspapers including Il Fatto Quotidiano, Repubblica, Fanpage and Linkiesta. He currently works at Rolling Stone and Mow. He is a Milan fan, even when Milan loses.
Alessandra Carrillo, Italian with a passionate weltanschauung. And as a start should do. She is difficult to be defined. In Italian she uses the word “interdisciplinata” as she has a creative and artistic soul mixed with a managerial attitude learned through the years she has spent abroad (she lived in Belgium, Canada, USA, UK and Spain). She is an actress but she also enjoys directing and producing, especially when there is something that really matters to her: youth, education, travelling, dance, diversity, feminism, critical and systems thinking, ethics. She is a status quo challenger with a smile and believes in the revolutionary power of the arts.
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