THE INTERNATIONAL TRAINER IS: “GIORGIA FARINA”

Giorgia’s fascination with film starts at a young age. After gaining a BA in Sociology she is accepted to the MFA in Film at Columbia University. During those years she wrote and directed many short films that screened at festivals such as Venice Film Festival (SF competition) and won several accolades, among which the NBR grant best student film. She has worked as a script editor and directed a documentary, “Bello di Mamma” (2012), that has been broadcasted on national TV.In 2013 at age 28, she wrote and directed her first feature film “Amiche da Morire”, a black comedy that tackles the role of women in Italy, that has had a success at the box office and won many awards across Italy. Her second film “Ho ucciso Napoleone” (2015), has been positively reviewed and has been distributed across in Italy
and abroad. Her work has received various accolades such as Best script at the Italian Golden Globes, and has been nominated Best New Director at the prestigious David di Donatello (Italian Academy awards).


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