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  • Marcellino de Baggis

    (1971-2011)

    Marcellino de Baggis was an Italian cinematographer and director. He received a Master’s degree in film directing at UCLA. He directed and shot the multi-award winning documentary “Herculaneum: diari dell’Oscurità e della Luce” (2005), and the documentaries “Spotseeker” (2004), “Mumbai Masala” (2005), “Quintosole” (2006), and “Mistero e Sgomento” (2009). During the last years of his life, de Baggis created 10 presentational videos on the efforts of the United Nations in their principal countries of interest and 18 documentaries for the FAO World Summit on Food Security (2010). Before his death, he was working on the documentary “Frammenti per una storia sulla canzone napoletana”.


    THE WINNERS OF THE 2013 EDITION

    CAMBI DI FUOCO CONTEST
    BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM
    DELL’ARTE DELLA GUERRA by Silvia Luzi, Luca Bellino
    It is a very well crafted and beautifully shot film with a strong narrative structure. At a time when factories are shut down and workers lose their jobs the film shows us that solidarity and skillfull strategy can lead to victory.

    DOXXI CONTEST
    JURY AWARD FOR BEST DEBUT WORK
    SLOT, LE INTERMITTENTI LUCI DI FRANCO by Dario Albertini

    PLURALIA CONTEST
    BEST WORK OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
    NUOVI ITALIANI by Massimo Garlatti-Costa
    The web more voted work.

    CAMBI DI FUOCO CONTEST
    SPECIAL MENTION OF THE JURY
    LASCIANDO LA BAIA DEL RE by Claudia Cipriani
    The film tells the story of two lost souls who further get lost in the most distant part of the world in order to find their way back again. It is a very poetic, touching and honest film that manages to show the feelings of it’s protagonists’ in a very delicate way.

    CAMBI DI FUOCO CONTEST
    SPECIAL MENTION OF THE JURY
    IT WAS BETTER TOMORROW by Hinde Boujemaa
    The film tells the story of a single and homeless  mother and her teenager son after the so called revolution in Tunisia. While the film shows an intimate portrait of their lives it also conveys a feeling that nothing has improved for the poor and powerless during the revolution.

    DOXXI CONTEST
    SPECIAL MENTION OF THE JURY
    ALL’OMBRA DEL GIGANTE by Adriano Cutraro, Mirko Melchiorre

    DOXXI CONTEST
    SPECIAL MENTION OF THE JURY
    PROSPEKT LENINA by Mirco Marmiroli

    CINEMADOCUMENTARIO.IT AWARD
    SLOT, LE INTERMITTENTI LUCI DI FRANCO by Dario Albertini

    SPECIAL ARTISTIC DIRECTION AWARD
    GLI ANNI E I GIORNI by Beppe Manzi