Many are the films and documentaries awarded in festival: Corde, 2010 and La seconda natura, 2012 by Marcello Sannino (both awarded at Torino Film Festival); Il segreto, 2014 by cyop&kaf (Nomination David Donatello | Cinéma du Réel Best Debut Film - Young Jury Special Mention | Pravo Ljudski Film Festival, Sarajevo - Extra MurosAward | Doc Lisboa - Special Mention | Fronteira International Festival, Brazil – Special Prize of the Jury | Torino Film Festival – Jury Special Mention | Bellaria Film Festival – Special Mention – Casa Rossa Award); Le cose belle, 2013 by Agostino Ferrente and Giovanni Piperno (Nastri d’Argento - Best Docufilm | Doc/it Professional Award – Best doc | Salina DocFest – Best film |MedFilm Festival – Special Mention | International Festival of Mediterranean Film in Tetouan – Azzeddine Meddour Award | Special Mention – Young Jury Prize | Annecy Cinéma Italien – Young Jury Prize); Pagani, 2016 by Elisa FlaminiaInno (Cinéma du Réel |Filmmaker Festival | Terre di Cinema Tremblay-en-France | Lovers Film Festival); MalaMènti, 2017 by Francesco Di Leva (Nastro d’Argento for innovation); Aperti al pubblico, 2017 by Silvia Bellotti (Jean Rouch International Film Festival-Grand Prix Nanook | Visioni italiane Bologna - Best Doc | Dok Leipzig- Honorable Mention); Non può essere sempre estate, 2018 by Margherita Panizon and Sabrina Iannucci (Extra Doc Festival - Prize of the young critics of the Libraries of Rome | Annecy Cinéma Italien); Rosa pietra stella, 2019 by Marcello Sannino (IFFR Rotterdam | Giffoni Film Festival | Pesaro Film Festival| Matera Film Festival – Awards Best Film and Best Actress Ivana Lotito | Annecy Cinéma Italien | Carbonia Film Festival | Festival du film italien de Villerupt | Braunschweig International Film Festival | Wiesbadener Kinofestival | Modena Via Emilia Doc Fest); Ponticelli terra buona, 2020 (Laceno d’oro – Audience Award | Visioni dal mondo); Agalma, 2020 by Doriana Monaco (Venice Days); L’Armée Rouge, 2020 by Luca Ciriello (Festival dei Popoli- LacenoD’Oro).
Producer, educator and cultural curator of film events in Napoli with guests as Ken Loach, Fred Wiseman,Spike Lee, Sally Potter, Ralph Fiennes, Laurent Cantet, Amos Gitai, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Zhao Liang, Shynia Tsukamoto, TsaiMing Liang, Laurie Anderson, along her career she always combines social activism and young artists promotion with a strong idea of international connections. In 2002 she founded Parallelo 41 produzioni to enhance local talents and international relations, producing award winning documentaries and independent films and she is still running the company with rich activities and awards. In 2009 with Arci Movie she created AstraDoc – a unique weekly screening program for documentaries and she is founder and director of Venezia a Napoli. Il cinema esteso, an independent program in collaboration with Venice Biennale taking place since 2011. In 2011 she was appointed councillor for culture in Napoli Municipality and in 2013 she was in the team of the Italian Minister for Culture, Massimo Bray. In 2015 she was one of the founders of CLARCC, the movement lobbying to obtain the regional funding law for cinema (approved in 2016) and now she is the delegate of Campania Region and member of the National Presidency for CNA cinema and audiovisuals. Since 2014 she coordinates the training course FILMaP-Atelier del cinema del realeproducing many young filmmakers’projects. In 2020 she was selected in the European program Emerging Producers and her most recent productions premiered in IFFR Rotterdam and Venice Biennale 2020. She has promoted and produced all film by Parallelo 41 since 2002
Since 2002 he decides to dedicate himself to cinema. He has several roles before becoming a director. In 2009 with Corde wins the Jury Special Award at the Torino Festival, Red House Award in Bellaria, Best Director in Salina. He teaches documentary cinema at various schools. In 2020 directed his first fictional film, Rose stone star.
She specialized in performing and multimedia production at the Suor Orsola Benincasa University of Naples. Since 2012 she care the secretariat of the film festival Venice in Naples. The extended cinema. The following year she joined the Parallelo 41 team as secretary and production assistant. Since 2013 she care the organizing secretariat of the literary review Un'Altra Galassia and of the Napoli Film Festival.
Born in Napoli, after getting a three-year bachelor’s degree in Communication, a master's degree in Management and Creativity for cinema, theater and television with a thesis on branded entertainment and corporate storytelling, and a training course in cross-production management, she follows a training internship at the artistic direction of the Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, works as press office for the Napoli Teatro Festival Italia, and writes about culture for some local newspapers. Communication, social media, cinema and audiovisual expert, she takes care of the artistic direction of musical projects and she’s been collaborating with Parallelo 41 Produzioni for three years, taking part in the programming of the festival Venezia in Napoli. The Extended Cinema, to the festival distribution of films and the production of Agalma by Doriana Monaco (17. Venice Days), L'Armée Rouge by Luca Ciriello (61. Festival dei Popoli, 41 Laceno D'Oro), the short film How to write I love you in Korean by Giovanni Piperno (Alice nelle città - Rome Film Festival) and Ponticelli terra buona (Audience Award Laceno D'Oro 2020), for which she coordinated the productions and Rosa pietra stella by Marcello Sannino (IFFR Rotterdam 2020), for which she also curated social media. She holds film workshops for middle and high schools as a director and screenwriter, following the young students from writing to creating audiovisual materials.
Graduated in Languages of Entertainment, Cinema and Media (University of Calabria), in 2016 she was part of the official jury at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival for the category “Venice Classics” and one year later she worked for 58th Festival dei Popoli in Florence as videomaker. In 2018 she attended the third edition of Filmap - Atelier di Cinema del Reale a training course for documentaries in Napoli where the short film Cinema and the film Ponticelli terra buona were developed and produced. In 2020 she filmed and edited the video installation Ri belle in collaboration with Marina Rippa for Madre Museum of Art in Napoli.
Irene Pompeo (Naples, 1989). After graduating in "Culture and Administration of Cultural Heritage" she continued her specialized studies in cinema, graduating in "Disciplines of Music and Entertainment" at the University of Naples, Federico II (2020). Passionate about cinema, photography, music and art, she collaborated for the general coordination of the film festival “Music in the tale of the new Cinema” at Palazzo Fondi in Naples (2020). He has carried out tutoring activities at the Giffoni film Festival (2020). He collaborated with L'Ylab Rai for the Prix Italia 70 in Capri (2018), and the general direction of the meetings at the CAM Museum of Contemporary Art in Casoria (2018) as part of the review “The Vision of Sex”. Currently active member in the cultural association of Naples "Kinemata Arte & Cultura" which deals with events and training courses in the field of cinema.
Director of Open House Naples, local branch of the International Festival of Architecture “Open House”; founder of Ness Communication agency; Film editor. He is responsible of the building and maintenance of the website of Parallelo 41 Produzioni
Elisa Flaminia Inno (Napoli, 1982) is a documentary author, director and producer. After a degree in Cinema Studies, she took a diploma in Documentary Directing at the National Institut for the image and sound of Montrèal, where she directed the short documentaries L'art de l'entrevue (Canada 2009) A Stefano (Vision du Réel, Rendez vous du cinema quebecoise, Ridm - Montreal International documentary festival, 2009) and Maindoeuvre (Ridm - Montreal International documentary festival 2009). In 2010 she moved to Rome and worked in the production department of fifty films between cinema, tv and commercials. She was production manager for eight seasons of the popular tv series My crazy italian wedding distributed in sixteen countries worldwide. She's President of the Association 1506 Film, with which she directs and produces the documentaries Il Mosaico di Alessandro (Rai Storia, I Mestieri della cultura 2015), La scena delle donne (Rai Storia, Un mondo di donne 2015) and Bus Theater (Rai5, Ubiq 2015); she produced her documentary Costa d'Angolo (Napoli Film Festival, 2014), for Parallelo 41 she co-produced and directed the documentary film Pagans (o.t. Pagani, distributed by Luce and Cnc, premiere at Filmmaker Festival and Cinema du Réel 2017), shown in thirty festivals between Europe, Usa and Canada, and at La Sapienza University, New York University, Cincinnati University and at INIS in Montrèal. Her latest productions are the collective documentary Tutte a casa (La7D 2021) and Woman of the land (o.t. Donne di Terra, distributed by GA&A and by Geoportale della cultura alimentare of Ministero della cultura 2021). She also collaborates as a documentary filmmaker with the Istituto Centrale per il Patrimonio Immateriale and as line producer for Italian and international production companies.
Alessandra Carchedi started as a filmmaker focusing mainly on theater 15 years ago. Later she specialized in film editing following specific courses on an Avid workstation. Her teachers were Roberto Perpignani and Esmeralda Calabria. Since 2009 she has started working as an assistant and editing collaborator with Giogiò Franchini, participating in projects by directors such as Jonathan Demme, Giuseppe Gaudino, Antonio Capuano, Alessandro Baricco, Valeria Golino. At the same time, she continued her career as an editor. Her works have participated in numerous national and international festivals, among the most important: The secret by cyop&kaf (Joris Ivens Award and Special Mention Youth Award at the 36th edition of the Cinéma du réel festival (Paris) in the International First Film Competition ; Special Mention by the jury at the 31st edition of the TFF Torino Film Festival; Gianni Volpi Mention at the 32nd edition of the Bellaria Film Festival; Nomination at the David di Donatello 2014; Ciro by Sergio Panariello (Special Prize of the jury at the Nastri d'Argento 2013); The holiday by Enrico Iannaccone in competition for the 2021 Golden Globe.
Rosalia Cecere, composer, sound engineer and audio post-production, has been working for a while on sound and with sound, from the recording phase to the mixing one. She graduated in Modern Philology and she got a diploma in sound engineering, with a specialization in audio post production in Rome, she has various work experiences behind her in every audiovisual field,: short films, feature films, commercials, TV series, video art. (Rai, The Jackal, Sky, Casa Surace, Parallelo 41, LaDoc, Showreel, Discovery, DnaLab, Bronx, AlJazeera, LuniaFilm, Pepito Produzioni, Jacopo Fo SRL, ...). One of her strong points is audio restoration, she has often worked with archives (archive footage, private film archives, Ghezzi’s archive), bringing sounds of the past back to life. She combines the figure of the audio technician with the creative figure of the composer and the sound designer with versatility.