GLORIA AURA BORTOLINI
is a visual storyteller, journalist and presenter. She works as correspondent & reporter for the national TV network RAI and developed a podcast named “Il mondo in una stanza” as well as a column called “In viaggio con” on instagram. She works as mentor at Cà Foscari University in Venice and as founder/artistic director of “Edera Film Festival”. Her first work London afloat was awarded the “Best Documentary” award in many national and international film festivals.
has a PhD in Film Studies in collaboration with Université Paris X Nanterre-La Défense. He teaches “Film and Media Education” at La Sapienza in Rome, “Media Literacy and Transmedia Storytelling” at the University of Udine and “Film History” at NABA-Nuova Accademia delle Belle Arti in Milan. Moraldi works as European Consultant and Film Education Specialist and is also member of the Scientific Committee for the project “Operatori di Educazione Visiva a Scuola” (Visual Education Operators in the Schools) within the frame of “Piano Nazionale Cinema
e Immagini per la Scuola” (National Plan for Cinema and Images in the Schools) promoted by the Italian Ministry of Education and MIBACT. He published several works on film education, nonfiction cinema and on audiovisual media.
Lewis Rose is a London-based writer and director. His short film ‘The Chop’ has been screened at over 200 festivals including the BFI in London and won 52 awards, including top prizes at EFF, Palm Springs and Rhode Island. He recently completed his next short film, “Pops”, which will be hitting film festivals in 2021. Lewis has directed several commercials for companies such as Adidas, Barclays and Kia, as well as music videos among which the video for Beardyman, which has won at the UKMVA in 2016. When he’s not directing, he performs improvisational comedy with “The Free Association”.