Mattia Petullà
& Giulia Angrisani

Mattia Petullà is graduated in Communication Sciences and specialized in Cinema, Television and Multimedia Production at DAMS- University of Bologna.
In 2004 he participates to the installation of a video dance, presented at the Transmediale of Berlin in 2004. He is the co-author of the installation “Metamedium”, presented for IFFR 2006 at the Centre of Contemporary Art of Rotterdam “Witte de With”.
He is the finalist to the 11 th edition of Premio Ilaria Alpi as the author and the director of the video report “Grand Hotel Bologna 2”, produced by Orfeo TV.
Between 2008 and 2009 he shoots his first short film: “The Conquest of America” in competition at the 27 th Torino Film Festival 2009, in the section “Italiana Corti”, “Visioni Italiane” 2010 and Visionaria.

In 2012 he produces his second short film “E Berta filava”, produced by EleNfant Film – the story of a Polish immigrant – winning the first prize at CAM FEM LAV of Taranto, a festival dedicated to the work of women, awarded “best short” at the Festival of Riace in 2012, and selected in various international film festivals such as “Tous Courts” in France.
His third short film is “Eucantu” – a film that explores the deep relation between man and nature – which had its premiere in Skepto International Film Festival of Cagliari in 2016 and then at the International Ferfilm Fest in Kosovo. The film won the prize “Memoria e Territorio” at the festival Brevi d’Autore in Calabria Region, where it was shot. He is currently working on the production of a feature documentary.

Giulia Angrisani graduated in Sociology at the Federico II University of Naples, specializing in Anthropology. In 2013 she started and completed a research on a thesis project in collaboration with the Centre for Research on Anthropology CRIA (Lisbon, PT).
In 2014, together with a team of architects and designers she participated in the visual
documentation of ‘Le Jardin’, an architecture and art project, winner of the third edition of “A Creation Contest for the Castle” (Castel Sant ‘Elmo in Naples, Italy).
In 2015 she started a self-production documentary in collaboration with two other anthropologists, who subsequently gave her the direction of the project and its implementation. Thanks to this work, in 2016 she was selected for entering the Master in Graphic and Pedagogical Research School (ERG), choosing as multidisciplinary atelier the ‘Speculative Narrative’.
Her research focuses on creating a common field between art and social sciences, having as basic study “Visual Anthropology”.

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