IN THIS WEEK’S MASTER CLASS, WE HAD THE WONDERFUL PLEASURE OF WELCOMING ONE OF OUR OWN, A FORMER STUDENT AND PROFESSOR AT EICAR, ADRIANO VALERIO.
Director Adriano Valerio gave a very thorough and personal insight into his practice as a filmmaker. He spoke about the transition from being a student to becoming an award winning filmmaker, the ups and downs, the mistakes and the big breaks, like when he got a special mention at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013 for his short 37°4S.
“I had a passion for cinema but I didn’t have the fire, now I have the fire!”
From graduating EICAR in 2004, making short films every two years, starting to write his first feature Banat – Il Viaggio to now directing the TV series Non Uccidere in Italy, Adriano has had a very interesting and inspiring career as a filmmaker.
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