All the Lovers - International Feature Film Competition

Immanuel Casto


Manuel Cuni, began his artistic career in 2004, using the stage name  Immanuel Casto. After 5 years presenting his work on YouTube, where he got millions of views and evolved a particular music style he defined as Porn Groove, he performed many sold-out concerts in some of the most important Italian clubs. He became more and more popular, even though he didn't have the support of a record company in stores and his songs received no airplay on radio or TV. Up to now he has produced 4 albums: the Porn Groove 2004-2009 collection, Adult Music (2011), Freak&Chic (2013), and The Pink Album (2015).


Concita De Gregorio


Concita De Gregorio is an Italian journalist and writer known for several books:  Non lavate questo sangue. I giorni di Genova (2001); Una madre lo sa. Tutte le ombre di un amore perfetto (2006), with which she was short-listed for the Bancarella Prize; Malamore. Esercizi di resistenza al dolore (2008); Un paese senza tempo. Fatti e figure in vent'anni di cronache italiane (2010); and Così è la vita. Imparare a dirsi addio (2011).  She has been a leader writer for "La Repubblica" newspaper, and she was the editor of "L'Unità" from 2008 to 2011.  She has worked at the RAI state TV network as a presenter in "Pane Quotidiano", "Da Venezia è tutto" and is currently presenting "FuoriRoma".



Pif (real name Pierfrancesco Diliberto, born in 1972) began working as a writer and anchor on TV channels Italia 1 and MTV . He worked as assistant to directors Franco Zeffirelli and Marco Tullio Giordana, and debuted as a director with The Mafia Kills Only in Summer (2013). The film was screened at the Turin Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award and was very successful at the box office. He has continued to work in television (on shows including "Le iene" for Mediaset, "Falcone e Borsellino" and "Caro Marziano" for the Italian state channel Rai) as well as on radio ("I provinciali" on Radio 2). In 2016 he directed In guerra per amore, which won a David di Donatello Award for young film-makers in 2017.

Real Lovers - International Documentary Competition

Margherita Giacobino


Margherita Giacobino is a writer, essayist and translator who lives and works in Turin. She has published several novels, including Un'americana a Parigi (1993, 2018), Casalinghe all'inferno (1996), L'educazione sentimentale di Charlie Brown (2007), L'uovo fuori dal cavagno (2010), Ritratto di famiglia con bambina grassa (2015), and Il prezzo del sogno (2017). Author of several essays and short stories, with  Ernaldo Data she co-directed the documentaries Sara (2006) and A Family Romance (2007). She has translated and edited several texts from the original English and French. She has also worked for the online magazine Aspirina, rivista acetilsatirica.

Lucia Mascino 


Lucia Mascino is an actress in theatre, cinema and television. She has worked with Nanni Moretti, Francesca Comencini, Giuseppe Piccioni,

Roberto Andò, Sabina Guzzanti, Stefano Tummolini, Alessandro Rossetto, Renato De Maria, Susanna Nicchiarelli, Marco Segato Marco Danieli and Laura Chiossone. On TV, she played the part of the "Imperfect Mother", a television series directed by Ivan Cotroneo for the Italian state channel Rai 2 and for the newspaper "Corriere della Sera". She has been working continuously in the theater with Filippo Timi since 2008, in the plays written and directed by him. Among plays staged by Timi are HamletRomeo and Juliet, Favola, The Little Mermaid and Don Giovanni, all produced by the Franco Parenti Theatre.

Davide Scalenghe

Davide Scalenghe is documentary maker and TV journalist. He works independently for channels such as Discovery Networks and Current TV. The recurring theme of his work is to raise awareness on social matters and violation of human rights, ranging from gender-based violence to discrimination against LGBTQ people, to exploitation of children and immigrants. He has conceived, written and produced more than 40 documentaries and reportages. Davide Scalenghe grew up in Turin and now lives in London, where he works as a media and communication specialist for organizations like Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Oxford Policy Management.

Irregular Lovers - International Iconoclastic Competition

Carlo Antonelli


Carlo Antonelli was born in Novi Ligure in 1965. He is an engineer who works in the field of cultural heritage. In his eclectic career he has managed record companies and important magazines like "Rolling Stone", "Wired, "GQ". He has produced films, including I Am Love and the remake of Suspiria by Luca Guadagnino, soon to be released. For Guadagnino he was also a consultant (cultural anthropologist) on the film Call Me by Your Name. Today he is the curator of the Contemporary Art Museum of Villa Croce (Genoa) and teaches film and performance art at the University of Genoa.

Olga Gambari


Olga Gambari is an independent administrator, art critic and journalist. She has worked with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica since 1996 and with the magazine Flash Art since 2001. Since 2001 she has been in charge of the publishing project www.artesera.it. and from 2013 to 2015 she was artistic director of The Others Art Fair. She has also been in charge of the project www.nesxt.org, an independent art network since 2015, and has worked on many projects for public cultural organizations and private spaces. She has also worked with many young artists, including famous names, both Italian and International.


Cosimo Terlizzi

Cosimo Terlizzi (1973) has been active as an artist since the mid-1990s. He has used different media, ranging from photography to performance, to video art. Presented in important museums, foundations and festivals all over the world, his work examines reality, observing all the contradictions and strange aspects of everyday life, seeking the beauty in ordinary situations. His preferred subjects are people, capturing their images within their normal environment and transforming them into icons of generational importance. In 2017 he made his first fiction feature film: Déi.






Future Lovers - International Short Film Competition
Jury and tutor of the Jury  

Massimiliano Quirico

Massimiliano Quirico, a professional journalist and film director, collaborates with the press office of the City Council of Torino. In 2010 he founded the national magazine, "Sicurezza e lavoro", of which he is the editor. He is a member of the permanent committee on safety and health in the workplace for the Prefecture of Turin. He has always been interested in topics relating to law and workers' rights. He works with associations, training institutions, schools, universities and with the San Liborio - FaLab Pavone Centre, in order to encourage young entrepreneurs and social innovation.