WEBTV FIFA 2013
Les étudiants du Département Satis de l'Université de Provence à Aubagne nous proposent Bande oroginale, le mag sur l'actu du Festival.
À partir du 19 mars et jusqu'à la clôture, Bande originale sera publié tous les jours à 16h.
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Bande annonce 2013
Short Films Jury
Author, director, composer
After studiing philosophy at the University of Roma, Riccardo Giagni turned to musical studies at the music school of the Aquila. Later on, he cooperated with the RAI (Italian Public Radio/Television) as an author, a director, a musical consultant and an announcer for cultural programmes. He organises festivals and symposiums around music and the visual arts, and collaborates with museums and national and international institutions (the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Contemporary Art Museum in Strasbourg, the Sound Art Museum in Roma, the European Design Institute, the Collège de France, the Venice Biennal ).
As a composer and arranger, he has worked with numerous directors, such as Egidio Eronico (My Father, Berlin Festival 2005), the Taviani brothers, Brad Mirman (The Shadow Dancer, Taormina Festival 2005). He has also signed the score of several films by Marco Bellocchio for which he was awarded numerous prizes: Sogni Infranti, La Religione della Storia, L'ora di Religione ( Cannes 2002), Buongiorno, Notte (Venice 2003), Il registra di Matrimoni (Cannes 2006). More recently, he has written the scores of Sabina Guzzanti's documentary Viva Zapatero! (selected for the Venice and Sundance festivals), as well as for the movie La fabbrica by the Tedeschi (selected for the 2008 Venice festival).
Since 2004, Riccardo Giagni has worked as the head of a collection of volumes dedicated to the host of relationships existing between the image and the sound, in the aesthetic field « Ascoltare lo sguardo = Listen to the Viewing ». He often gives courses, seminars, master classes and training sessions in many schools and universities in Italy and abroad.