Artistic Direction

Asolo Art Film Festival is the Art Film Festival that investigates the relationship between Art and Multimedia and is the oldest Film Festival dedicated to Art in the world, born in 1973 as a spin-off of the Venice Film Festival and now known worldwide with the participation of over 400 films from more than 70 countries, set in one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The Festival, originally an international competition of Films on Art and Artist Biographies, has evolved over time and has expanded its scope to explore new facets of artistic expression in the audiovisual world in various forms  films on Art and art films, as well as video art and animation, with special care towards experimentation and hybridization of different techniques, along with a focus on productions made by young students. This year, the artistic direction is composed of a team of 3 professionals with the shared goal of channeling their skills and ideas:

 

Nello Correale

Nello Correale

Director, filmmaker, screenwriter, and producer.

He has made numerous films. He won the Grand Prize of Asolo in 2015. He is the artistic director of the Frontier Cinema festival. He has been collaborating with AAFF since 2021.

Piero Deggiovanni

Piero Deggiovanni

Contest Director

Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. Researcher in the field of video art and experimental cinema. He has been collaborating with AAFF for several years.

Annalisa Scarpa

Annalisa Scarpa

Executive Director and Image Manager

Graphic designer and artistic director at Kromeidon. She has collaborated on the production of animated TV series and exhibited her photographic works in various exhibitions. She has been collaborating with AAFF for several years.