Lucia graduated at the University of Florence with a Bachelors Degree in History of German Culture and continued her education in Documentary Filmmaking atInstituto del Cine Madrid and at the International Film and TV School in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
Lucia Vannucchi has credits on several TV series and commercials in Italy and Spain and has directed music videos for independent labels and dance companies. She has published a number of articles on Film Criticism for independent press agencies and magazines suchDiagonal, Il Sole 24 Ore, and Il Manifesto. In 2011 she wrote and directed the documentary film Paths of Freedom (Sui Sentieri di Liberta) with the support of Regione Toscana.
Since 2012 Lucia has been working on educational projects in public schools to introduce filmmaking to students.
Laura Vannucchi Set Designer/Decorator/Restorer
Laura Vannucchi graduated from the University of Florence with a Degree in History of Art and a Degree on Restoration from The Fine Arts Academy in Florence. Her restoration activities began in 1987 with collaborations in restoration works on stone and painted surfaces, such as facades of churches and monuments of different historical periods that belong to the Italian Artistic Heritage.
Laura has collaborated as a set designer in theater and film in projects such as ‘La vedova scaltra’, directed by Lina Wertmüller.
Luca Boschi is a comics writer and artist, as well as Italy number one comics expert. He began his career in 1979 writing and drawing stories for the magazine Il Mago, published by Arnoldo Mondadori, before contributing toTotem, Comic Art, Métal Hurlant, and Lupo Alberto. He has created characters like Remorenzo Rizzuto, Lupo Nolberto, Andy Ascott and Gozo, and has edited reviews like Starcomìx and Paperopoli.
Luca is a screenwriter for Disney Comics, author of several books about comics, and writer of a number of television programs. He has been since 2000 the art director of Napoli Comicon Festival and the editor of the blog Cartoonist Globale since 2007.