Actress, Director

Pilar Fogliati graduated from the Silvio D’Amico National Academy of Dramatic Arts. After his experience at the theatre, he began acting for the small screen in various television series including “A step from heaven”, “Never mess with the stars”, “Extra virgin” and “Cuori”, the Netflix series “I hate Christmas” and at the cinema with “Forever Young”, “Corro da te”. In addition to her experience as an actress, she works as a presenter of the “Extrafactor” after . With the latter he wrote the screenplay of his first work entitled “Romantics”, a comedy released in January 2023.


Director, Screenplayer

Valerio Vestoso is an Italian director and screenwriter, born in 1987. He began his career directing numerous video clips for the independent scene in Campania. In 2009 he wrote the theatrical comedy Erennio Decimo Lavativo directed by Ugo Gregoretti, which premiered at the Universo Teatro Festival. His first short film Il month di June dates back to 2012, with Nello Mascia, Rosario Giglio and Claudia Vismara. In 2014 he directed Tacco 12, a mockumentary on the obsession with group dancing which obtained more than 60 international awards, including victory at the Roma Creative Contest, chaired by Giuseppe Tornatore, and official selection at the Nastri D’Argento. In 2016 he wrote the theater show Buena Onda together with Walter Lupo, with Rocco Papaleo and Giovanni Esposito. In the same year he shot his third short film Ratzinger Wants to Return, which imagines Benedict XVI’s surreal return to the ecclesiastical scene. He wins the Solinas Bottega delle Serie Award with the Flash screenplay, dedicated to the world of ceremony photographers, told with the air of street superheroes. The pilot episode, presented at the Italian Film Festival in Madrid, with Massimiliano Gallo, Giovanni Esposito, Fabrizio Falco and Emanuela Fanelli, is broadcast on Raitre. He is the author of the lyrics for Enzo Savastano, the neo-melodic chansonnier played by Antonio De Luca, winner of the Forte dei Marmi 2019 Satira Award and the Critics Award at Musicultura 2019. In January 2018 his documentary Ère Gigione – L’incredibile comes out in cinemas Story of Luigi Ciaravola, which tells the world of Italian street parties through the life of Gigione, a contradictory singer, straddling the sacred and the profane. The following year he directed the video content within the program Stati Generali by Serena Dandini, with Neri Marcorè, Edoardo Ferrario and Lucia Ocone. In 2020 he is among the authors of the program Una Pezza di Lundini, with Valerio Lundini and Emanuela Fanelli. In the same period, he co-wrote the screenplay for the TV series L’Avvocato Malinconico, based on Diego De Silva’s novels, with Diego De Silva, Massimo Reale and Gualtiero Rosella. His latest short film “Le Buone Maniere” (2021) with Giovanni Esposito and Frank Matano, tells the virtuous redemption of a successful commentator struggling with the first signs of crisis. The short debuts in the official selection at Alice nella Città 2021 and participates in numerous European festivals. In 2022 Valerio directed the series “Vita da Carlo 2” with Carlo Verdone, for Paramount Plus. In the same year he directed the series “No activity” for Amazon Studio and Greenland.


Screenplayer, Director

He attended the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia from 1982 to 1984. In 1986 he began to approach cinema by gaining experience on set as a production inspector, assistant director and screenwriter in 1992 with the film Apple Pie. He attended the screenwriting course held by Leo Benvenuti at the Anac. After gaining work experience around the world, he returned to Italy and began a long career as a producer, author and television director. Among others, he collaborated as an author and producer of various TV programs in the period 1997-2012. Over the years he has made some short films and documentaries which have enjoyed considerable critical success and received various awards. In 2011, after twenty years of TV, he decided to dedicate his first love to cinema, writing the story and screenplay of the film LA MIA CLASSE, a film which was selected at the Venice Film Festival and whose protagonist was Valerio Mastandrea. The film met with good critical success and was awarded in several European countries. Screenwriter and director of various films, series and documentaries.


Visual Artist

Alessandro Bavari, an Italian-French artist who graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, has been attracted to photography, painting and music since he was a child, experimenting with different painting techniques over time and exploring photography as an expressive means like other disciplines by mixing them together. Considered one of the pioneers of digital art as well as one of the great representatives of contemporary surrealism, he has developed his own digital artistic language over the years, approaching it in 1993 as a further research discipline. In 2011 he won the Golden Nica at the Prix Ars Electronica with ” Metachaos”, first prize for best animation, which also won the first edition of the Roma Creative Contest. It is thanks to this futuristic video that Alessandro was contacted by 20th Century Fox in 2017 as a concept artist for the film “Alien: Covenant”, via direct call from Sir Ridley Scott. He continues to work as an art director in cinema, with directors such as Gabriele Lavia and Luca Guadagnino, as well as as a concept artist and art director in the field of video games. In addition to the Golden Nica, he collects several awards including the “Digital Hall of Fame Award” at the 3D Festival Awards in Copehagen, the “Photorealistic Images” award at the Adobe “The Power of Design – European Competition” in London, the “2001 International Digital Art Award” in Australia, and again at the Clio Awards, the One Show Awards, the Art Director Club Awards and many others. His works have been published in hundreds of art magazines and books, as well as being the continuous object of study in universities and institutes around the world.



Graduated from the Academy for the Arts and Sciences of the Image, Simone D’Arcangelo began working as an assistant for the three-time Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro, following him for several years in international projects. After a long journey as a digital imaging technician which led him to work with internationally renowned Cinematographer, he began his debut as a Cinematographer in video clips and documentaries. In 2015 he signed the photography for his first feature film “Il Solengo” with which he won the Gianni Di Venanzo award. He collaborates with artists such as Rä di Martino, Davide Quayola and Andro Wekua in some video art projects including “Moonbird”, “Transient” and “Burning Palm”. In 2019-2020 he signed the photography of “Senza Fine” by Elisa Fuksas and “King Crab” directed by M. Zoppis and A. Rigo which participates in the Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes 2021 and wins international awards such as the FIPRESCI Award, Viennale 2021, CRITICS AWARD FOR BEST FILM. King Crab wins the Golden Globe for best cinematographic photography in 2022. In the same year Simone films in Argentina the debut work of the Chilean director Felipe Gálvez “Los Colonos” selected in the competition “A certain regard” Cannes 2023 and the work third by Paolo Zucca “The Gospel according to Mary” produced by SKY and Indigo Film. In commercial Simone collaborates with various directors for fashion brands such as GUCCI, ROGER VIVIER, MISSONI and IUTER.