Matteo Barzini

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Matteo Barzini

Italian filmmaker and producer born in Rome in 1981, and raised in Los Angeles, California add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1981.

Countries: United States (40%), Italy (40%), (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, George Clooney, Cinecitta

Linked to: RAI

 

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Matteo Barzini was born in 1981 add something


2004

The film, awarded with an Honorable Mention at the 2004 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, gaining great attention and was presented to over 10 minor film festivals getting distributed by Documè in more than 20 theatres add something


2006

Brooklyn International Film Festival - Three years later he received the Best Editing Award for the film "Hip Hop Diaries", produced by Canal Jimmy and presented at the 2006 edition of the "Festival Di Palazzo Venezia" and the thirteenth edition of the Brooklyn International Film Festival add something


2008

In 2008 he produced and directed the feature length documentary film: "Change - Obama McCain, the 40 Days That Changed America" distributed by Cinecittà Luce and in competition at various international film festivals such as "Rome Independent Film Festival" add something


2010

The documentary was distributed by Cinecittà Luce and in competition for the David di Donatello 2010/11 add something


2012

It premiered at Rome Independent Film Festival on April 9, 2012 add something


2013

In 2013 he co-directed his third feature documentary "Medè" about the Camorra in Naples add something


2014

In 2014 he directed the documentary about the Syrian Civil War: "The Quake" add something

 

The film premiered on February 8, 2014 during the Roman premiere of George Clooney's film Monuments Men add something