He defines himself as a passionate lover of cinema, of good food and radio above all, a tool that he discovered during his training at ISS Cine TV Roberto Rossellini, almost by chance. He is currently writer of a column about cinema and culture on RTL 102.5 News, named La settima arte, and an evening program on Radio Zeta with news, chats and curiosities, named Fattore Zeta.









Journalist and author, she writes about cinema, TV, TV series, music, new media, and news. She has collaborated with Dude Mag, VICE, Noisey, Motherboard, Prismo, The Towner, Link – ideas for TV and The Vision, where she was editor and host of the podcast Il nulla mescolato col niente. Since 2019, she has worked as analyst for Rai3’s program Tv Talk, and since 2020 she has been an author of video formats for Mediaset Infinity.








He began his career in cinema at Jekino, a non-profit organisation for the promotion of high quality children’s films, which has become a leader in the sector over time. This project, alongside the European Youth Film Festival in Antwerp and Lessons in the Dark (a cinema scheme for schools in Flanders), converged in 2017 into a unique entity, the Flemish Institute for Children’s Cinema (JEF). In 1988, he founded ECFA (European Children’s Film Association), and he is now Secretary General. In 2007, thanks to his commitment to the dissemination of film culture, he received the Culture Award Flanders.








 She is responsible of Schermi e Lavagne – Cineteca di Bologna’s Educational Department since 2009, a program aiming at the promotion of film heritage through the organisation of film classes, festivals, meetings with film professionals, workshops, competitions and special initiatives for schools, courses for teachers and activities for children and families. She has been responsible of a series of European projects led by Cineteca di Bologna- Schermi e Lavagne, such as ABCinema, ABCinema Plus, FLICK and CINARTS, co-funded by Creative Europe-MEDIA through the calls on Film Education, and the project A scuola di cinema, funded by MIUR and MIC within the National Plan Cinema and Images for Schools. Since 2017, Elisa Giovannelli has been part of the Board of ECFA (European Children’s Film Association).