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Ischia Film festival 2016: TWO JURIES OF GREAT QUALITY

Posted in Festival history - Fourteenth edition 2016

23 Due giurie di grande qualità

101 films: feature films, shorts and documentaries.
49 premieres: guests, insiders and journalists welcome the public with professionality and maintain a dialogue on the themes presented.
13 cinema encounters with actors, directors and the general public.
1 photography exhibition on the sets of the first films of maestro Luchino Visconti
1 international conferenrence on "Film Tourism" with speakers from five different countries. 
8 days of film, open access
1 location, majestic and incomparable : the Castello Aragonese of Ischia.
Passion and engagement, quality and innovation: ISCHIA FILM FESTIVAL® is the film festival of location. The festival that speaks of cinema and tourism, the cultural coupling of the future.   
 
The festival is enriched by the presence of two juries: and international one and an italian one.
 
International Jury
 
Margarethe von Trotta German actress and film director, leading force of JDF, Margarethe von Trotta begins her career in Paris in 1960 as an actress for Rainer Werner Fassbinder and for Volker Schlandorff, her future husband, and subsequently collaborates in the direction of various shorts. Along with Schlandorff, she co-writes and co-directs The Lost Honour Of Katharina Blum, based on an adaptation of Heinrich Böll's novel. In 1981 she writes and directs Marianne and Julianne, a film that would give her cult status and award her the Golden Lion in Venice. Among her films: Hannah Arendt, Vision, Sheer Madness and Rosa Luxembourg.
 
Catherine Dussart Producer.  Began her career with shorts before progressing to feature film and documentary for cinema and television, with the creation of Les Productions Dussart in 1992 and CDP in 1994. She is a member of the European Producer's Club and a consultant with Ateliers du Cinéma Européen (ACE). She was a member of the Admistration Council of the Russian-French Film Academy of Motion Picture Arts and on the comission Aide au cinéma du monde from the CNC. Her recent works include The Missing Picture by Rithy Panh, which won Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2013 and the Prix d'Italia as well as being nominated for the Oscar for best foreign film.
 
Anjorka Strechel Born in Lüneburg, Germany. As a child Strechel interpreted the role of Gretl for her local theatre adaptation of The Sound Of Music. In 2005 she graduated from the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg. In 2011, her performance in KRAY will award her the Golden Eagle, she is actress of the year in Russia in 2010 and she was nominated for a NIKA. She is currently studying Sport philosophy and science in Berlin, works in film and television in Europe and is a member of the European Film Academy and German Film Academy.
 
Italian Jury
 
Marco Palvetti Born the 23rd of April, 1988 in Pollena Trocchia (NA). From a young age participates in amateur theatre productions which along with sports (Football and Rugby) formed the anchor of his adolescence. At age 18, he relocates to Rome to study acting at the Accademia D'Arte Drammatica "Silvio D'amico" and graduates in 2010. Amongst others he works with  Luca Ronconi, Lorenzo Salveti, Eimuntas Nekrosius, Valerio Binasco, Michele Placido, Nicolaj Karpov, Lilo Baur, Wyn Jones, Sergio Rubini. The last years he has interpreted various roles (often as the protagonist) in theatre, international short films and radio. He becomes known in 2014 for his role as the protagonist in the television series GOMORRA-LA SERIE (SKY), directed by Stefano Sollima and Claudio Cupellini. In 2014, he goes on tour with the succesfull show Nuda Proprietà, directed by Emanuela Giordano. In 2014, he resumes the main role in the second season of GOMORRA - LA SERIE (SKY). Litterature, philosophy and sport constitute an integral part of his formative journey. Marco Palvetti loves his work.
 
Lillo Petrolo Actor and Author. Protagonist in many sucessful shows on television, radio and in theatre. Along with friend and collaborator Claudio Gregori, he forms half of the duo Lillo & Greg. Born the 27th of August, 1962 in Rome, his beging his career as writer for Fumetti at Acme. He directs his first short film Moto Perpetuo in 2006, a prize winner at the Festival Fregene Per Fellini. Lillo e Greg The Movie!, directed by Luca Rea comes out in 2007. He has worked on various succesfull film projects such as Nessuno mi può giudicare by Massimiliano Bruno, Com'è Bello Far L'amore by Fausto Brizzi,  Colpi Di Fulmine and Colpi Di Fortuna by Neri Parenti, Mi Rifaccio Vivo by Sergio Rubini, La Grande Bellezza by Paolo Sorrentino, Tempo Instabile Con Probabili Schiarite by Marco Pontecorvo, Un Natale Stupefacente by Volfango De Biasi.
 
Giuseppe Colella He transforms his passion for cinema into work and trains at the CDG. In the early 2000s he revives the Napoli Film Festival along with other colleagues and becomes general coordinator in 2004. As a section of the festival he launches Schermo Napoli, giving a platform for filmmakers from Campania and then shown at 41° Parallelo, an event in New York organised by the festival to promote Italian cinema. He is also responsible for the film and animation section at COMICON Napoli and among the organisers of the Venezia a Napoli in collaboration with AGIS and the Cooperativa 41°Parallelo. First promoter of the Coordinamento Festival Cinematografici Campania. He has worked in theatre, television and has taken part in juries of various film festivals. 

 

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