Gian Luca Rossi

Graduated in film direction at ESEC in Paris and in theater direction at CIC in Rome. He has directed theatrical performances, short films, documentaries and television broadcasts. He has also collaborated on productions by other authors as assistant director, cameraman and / or director of photography. In 2008 he made his debut in Italian theaters with the feature film "I killed Berlusconi", written and directed together with Daniele Giometto. He has been the owner of the KOROVA production house for over ten years, through which he has produced, conceived and created numerous audiovisual works, including his documentary "Mare Carbone", awarded as the best Italian documentary at the 18th Turin CinemAmbiente and screened in more than 30 festivals all around the world. He carries out teaching activities within schools and training centers, teaching acting, scenic movement and techniques of cinema and audiovisual.


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