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Giulio Mastromauro

Giulio Mastromauro was born in Molfetta (Apulia) in 1983. He graduated in high school (classical studies) in 2008 and graduated at University (faculty of Law) with a thesis on Roman Law. In 2009 he was admitted to the preparatory course at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. From 2009 to 2011 he worked on many sets, such as Sergio Rubini’s "L’uomo nero", Nanni Moretti’s "Habemus Papam", Lucio Pellegrini’s "La vita facile". He also worked in stage productions and participates to independent film projects.
In August 2010, he founded the cultural association and he directed his first short film, "Amor Taciuto (Silent Love)”. It won numerous awards in national and international festivals.
He is creator and co-author of "Educazione Cinema", the first videoblog about cinema in Italy.

Short film credits



Italy | Mar 2015 | 18:30
Filippo is a retired teacher marked by pain over the loss of his wife. The man is determined to take his life, but someone knocks his door.
Image from Carlo e Clara

Carlo e Clara

Italy | Feb 2013 | 10:25
In a curious-looking old hospital, an elderly couple, Carlo and Clara, is waiting for their turn tenderly holding hands. There is a choice to be made,...
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