Author Andrea Fasolo
Born in 1974, from Gorizia, Andrea Fasolo is the author of this project and proposes it as his first work within documentaries. His following work is about the well known goritian gastronomical event ‘Gusti di frontiera’.He studied science subjects and at the same time embraced his natural inclination to letters and worked with major local newspapers and as account manager for an informatics consulting agency.Great expert of the area in which he lives, he threw himself heart and soul into devising and planning events aiming at diffusion of knowledge of historical, archaeological and naturalistic characteristics of Friuli Venezia Giulia. He gradually extended his competencies studying new media and attended to organization of exhibitions of national importance within SIGEP2013 and also to communication of local businesses.He operates for several years within associations and at present he’s president of a cultural association which operates in the area of Monfalcone.
Direction and photography: Raymond Varraud
Raymond Varraud was born in 1951 in Tuscany. He studied in Florence and in Paris. He took his first photo at the age of 14 with an old Kodak Retina II and from then on photography will be his life-companion.
He begun his profession working together with well known Florentine photographers , with whom he learnt how to work in a photographer’s studio as well as in exterior, among people.
He enriched his professional experience with the knowledge of other means of expression: multivision and cinema.
In those years he realized several works , always alternating photography and media, for numerous customers among them : Tuscany Region, Alinari Archives , Servier Italia, Ote Biomedica, Municipality of Florence, Unicoop Firenze, and so on.
He also taught photographic and film studies in Florence and in Paris.
Already scene photographer for director Franco Zeffirelli, in 1994 he moved to Rome where he supervised audiovisual section at EPR Comunicazione, a well-known public relations agency in Rome.
This was an opportunity to work also for Confartigianato, Consorzio Obbligatorio degli Oli Usati, Corpo Forestale dello Stato, Municipality of Rome, Public Administration Forum, Province of Rome, Telefono Azzurro, Fima, Unima, and so on, and also working together with Alberto Angela.
Now he works as a freelance alternating the direction of documentaries and spot advertising with photography.
Narrator Alberto Rossatti
“Historical voice” of Rai Radio, he took part as leading actor in original radio broadcasts which won Italia Prix. Expert in reading and performing fiction and poetry texts, he recorded several CD’s for the series devoted to the Voices of Contemporary Poetry for International Centre for Poetry “Eugenio Montale”.
He was awarded Premio Sabaudia 2005 for best interpret of Mario Luzi’s poetry, with a CD dedicated to the great Italian writer entitled “Il mutamento dell’anima”. He recorded several audio-books for “Narratore AudioLibri” and for “Giunti Editore” with masterpieces of literature by Cesare Pavese, Giovanni Pascoli, Charles Dickens and Franz kafka. He also recorded St. Matthew’s Gospel (foreword by Enzo Bianchi) for Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna (EDB).
He was awarded National Translation Award 2008 by Ministry of Cultural Heritage for his translations of American and English writers. He translated from French the legendary “Dictionnaire du Jazz “ by Laffont. He recorded for the programme “Ad Alta Voce” (2013) of Radio3 Rai, Ugo Tarchetti’s masterpiece “Tosca”, which gave Ettore Scola the inspiration for the film of the same title. He worked for theatre, cinema and Tv with directors such as Mario Missiroli, Gianfranco De Bosio, Franco Parenti, Virginio Puecher, Giancarlo Sbragia, Julian Beck & Judith Malina, Giancarlo Cobelli, Roberto Guicciardini, Marcello Panni, Carlo Quartucci, Italo Moscati, John Cage, Philippe Le Roy, Guido Ceronetti, Liliana Cavani, Pasquale Festa Campanile, Gianfranco Albano, Luigi Perelli, Alberto Gozzi, Lucio Lunerti, Marshall Herskovitz, Luigi Faccini, Enrico Oldoini, Gaby Bibliovitch, Catherine McGilvray, Riccardo Donna, Luca Barbareschi, Nino Bizzarri, Giorgio Capitani. He’s a usual presence for major literary prizes, such as “Montale” (XIX and XX edition), “Moravia” (2000, 2001, 2002), “lo stellato” Salerno (2001, 2002) and “Viareggio” (2001, 2002).
Original music by Maurizio Angelozzi
Maurizio Angelozzi is a pianist and singer-songwriter. He studied music in Rome under Maestro Pietro Vallini’s direction and took a diploma in Piano in 1982 at conservatoire Refice, Frosinone.
He attended several specialization courses including those at Accademia Musicale Pescarese under Maestro Bruno Mezzena’s direction. He begun his work as concert performer in 1985.
He alternated solo performances with chamber, he obtained several awards and in 1987 won Città di Sorrento Concert review. He made tape recordings for Radio Vaticana and Rai. He preformed as solo “The Carnival of the Animals” by Saint – Saëns and concerto for piano and orchestra in Re major by Haydn. In 2001 he performed at “Musikschulwerk” in Salzburg. In 2003 and 2005 he presented “Peter and the Wolf” by Prokofiev with a little group of instruments and Toni Santagata as narrator. He was artistic Director of “Encounters with Music”, a music festival with Luca Barbarossa, Toni Santagata, Edoardo De Angelis, Fred Bongusto, Edoardo Vianello, Little Tony, Claudio Lolli, Minnie Minoprio Bungaro e Don Backy for pop music and Ede Ivan, Lisa Green, Calogero Palermo, Carmine Pinto, and sections of the Orchestra of the Rome Opera House and Rai National Symphony Orchestra for classical music.
In 2005 he released his first single as songwriter, “Sul ciglio della strada”, which was welcomed by public and critic. In march of 2010 he released his second record “Le risate di mio padre”.
He’s founding member of publishing house “Terre Sommerse” for which he recorded full version of Chopin’s Nocturnes. In 2006 and 2007 he performed for Italian Institute of Culture in Stockholm. He presented two series of concerts and performed full version of Chopin’s Nocturnes and Mozart’s Sonatas for the project “Open Schools”, working together with Ministry of Public Education. In October 2009, at San Candido of Caltanisetta, he performed K 414 Concerto of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with orchestra “Armonike”, directed by Maestro Daniele Riggi. He worked as piano accompanist together with Roma Tre University.
Now he teaches piano practice and literature at Rodi Garganico Conservatoire.