Daniele Ciprì, Andrea Segre, Ilir Butka, Alessandro Di Gregorio, Anna Ramskogler-Witt, and Corrado Giustiniani. Here is the international jury who will award the the “Sprar” prize to the best documentary and the “Migrantes” prize to the best short film competing in the third edition of MyART independent film festival, which will take place in Cosenza from 5th to 9th November.

 Daniele Ciprì became well known at the end of the 80s is known for his works with Franco Maresco, in the series of tv sketches of Cinico TV. In 2013 he won the Nastro d’Argento and the Globo d’Oro as a film director fro “È stato il figlio”. In 2019 he won the Nastro d’Argento for best photography in “La paranza dei bambini” and “Il primo re”. Ciprì also teaches  film direction at the Griffith Film and Television Academy in Rome.

Professor of Sociology of Communication at the University of Bologna, Andrea Segre is one of the most appreciated film and documentary directors aware of issues such as immigration and territory. Since the beginning, his works have mostly dealt with migrations and minorities.

Ilir Butka is an Albanian film director and producer of great renown. He was one of the founders and former directors of the Tirana International Film Festival, the first international film festival in Albania. He has been heading the Albanian Film Center. He is chairman of the Albania Film Commission and co-founder of the Balkan Film Market.

Alessandro Di Gregorio is an Italian film and documentary director. His short film “Frontiera” has won the David di Donatello award in 2019. The absence of dialogues leaves the richness of sounds and the wind whistle the tension and the responsibility of telling the tragedy of migrants.

Anna Ramskogler-Witt is the artistic director of the Berlin Human Right Film Festival, dedicated to documentaries and short films about human rights, with whom MyART has begun an international cooperation. Anna Ramskogler-Witt has been working ion the filed of culture and human rights since 2008 and she is a member of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights.

Corrado Giustiniani is a journalist from the Espresso group, and special envoy of the Messaggero for more that 25 years. On Espresso.it he is the holder of “I nuovi Italiani”, a popular blog on immigration created in 20017 on the Messaggero. He is the editor of the entry “nuovi italiani” of the Treccani Geopolitical Dictionary. He is chairman of Trevignano FilmFest.

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