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Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia
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29 November 2019
As a very young man he moves his first steps as a stage producer and sound engineer. Follows recording and mastering of several jazz, classic and modern music albums. Tooks an interest in environmental sounds after overseeing sound corrections and phonometric measurements and in 1999 he gets a graduation in Sound Design at the CSC Rome. He took part in many film productions, such as 'Anime Nere' by Francesco Munzi, for which he was awarded with the David di Donatello for best sound recording (2014), 'La mia Classe' by Daniele Gaglianone (2013), '19e72' by Sergio Basso (2012), 'Non lo so ancora' by Fabiana Sargentini, 'Cavalli' by Michele Rho (2011), 'I Primi della Lista' by Roan Johnson, nominated for the Ciak d’oro for the best sound recording, and 'Notizie degli Scavi' by Emidio Greco (2010), 'Moana' by Alfredo Peyretti,'So che c’è un uomo' by Gianclaudio Cappai (2009), 'Il resto della Notte by Francesco Munzi (2008), 'Sonetàula' by Salvatore Mereu, nominated for the Nastro d’Argento for the best sound recording (2007), 'Fascisti su Marte' by C.orrado Guzzanti (2006), 'Rosso come il cielo' by Cristiano Bortone (2004), 'Saimir' by Francesco Munzi, nominated for the Nastro d’Argento for best sound recording (2003), 'Palabras' and 'Occidente by Corso Salani (2002), 'Sangue Vivo' by Edoardo Winspeare, 'Giravolte' by Carola Spadoni (2000), 'Il Corpo dell’anima' by Salvatore Piscicelli (1999), 'Giro di lune tra terra e mare' by Giuseppe M. Gaudino (1998). He alternates travelling and intense work abroad in Australia, Spain, South America and the United States. In 2009 he held sound design classes at the Ebeltoft European Film College in Denmark. Since late 2011 he has been teaching at the CSC.
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