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  1. Emma Rossi Landi, Producer/Director

    Emma Rossi-Landi, is an Italian American dual citizen. She was born in Rome in 1971, studied the history of cinema at the University of Rome, and then obtained a diploma in filmmaking at the London Film School in 1998. She worked as an editor, directed eight short fiction films, and directed her first documentary in 2001. Her documentary films include Giuseppe's Journey, (2001); Forty Days (2004); Veronica's Thread (2005); Looking for Eden (2006); and La Canzone di Vaccarizzo (2007). In 2004 Emma participated in the ESODOC workshops, an E.U. Media social documentary master c-ass specific to NGO related documentaries.

  2. Alberto Vendemmiati, Producer/Director

    Alberto Vendemmiati is a graduate of the University of Bologna (Theatre, Cinema, and Communication Department) and of Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia (specializing in film directing). He directed the fiction feature film Cadabra, a few short fiction films, and then moved into making documentaries.

    His films include Jung (War) in the Land of the Mujaheddin (2000), co-directed with Fabrizio Lazzaretti, which aired internationally and won numerous awards including the Silver Wolf Award IDFA, the Nestor Almendros Award, the Human Rights Watch International, and the Freedom of Expression Honour by The U.S. National Board of Review; Afghanistan Collateral Damages (2002) aka Kabul Emergency Room or Afghanistan Year 1380, produced and broadcast by PBS, RAI, and aired by Storyville BBC among others; and The person De Leo N. (2005)., which competed at IDFA, Sheffield, Silverdocs-International Documentary Filmfestival Munich, Tel Aviv Documentary Film Festival,and the One World Human Rights Film Festival.

  3. Vincenzo de Cecco, Executive Producer