Jury Panel

Ilaria Feole

Ilaria Feole was born in Milan in 1983. She writes about cinema and television series for the weekly Film Tv. She is the author of the monographs Wes Anderson - Genitori, figli e altri animali (Bietti, 2014), Michele Soavi - Cinema e televisione (Bietti, 2018) and C'era una volta in America di Sergio Leone (Gremese, 2018). She is among the authors of Il mio terzo dizionario delle serie tv cult (BeccoGiallo, 2019), Tutto Fellini (Gremese, 2019) and Architetture del desiderio - Il cinema di Céline Sciamma (Asterisco, 2021).

Enrico Maisto

Graduated in Philosophy from the University of Milan, he participated, in 2008, as a directing intern in the filming of Vincere by Marco Bellocchio, creating the backstage. His first feature-length documentary, Comandante, was in competition at the Milano Film Festival winning the Premio Aprile award. He won, together with Valentina Cicogna, the Premio Solinas Documentario with La Convocazione, produced by Start and Rai Cinema in 2015. The film was released in 2017 and screened at numerous international festivals, including IDFA, Festival dei Popoli, Filmmaker, Doc Point, winning the Best Medium-length Film Award at Hot Docs. He was a member of the jury of the Premio Solinas Documentario in 2018. He has been coordinator of the cinema sector of the San Fedele Cultural Foundation since 2016. His next feature film, L'età dell'innocenza (The Age of Innocence), is scheduled to be released in 2021.

Lorenza Gentile

Lorenza Gentile, born in Milan, she graduated in Performing Arts from Goldsmiths University in London and attended the Jacques Lecoq International School of Dramatic Arts in Paris. Her latest novel is Le piccole libertà (Feltrinelli, 2021). Before which she published Teo (Einaudi Stile Libero, 2014; Edoardo Kihlgren Prize, Seminara - Rhegium Julii Prize and the Young Critics' Prize of the Literaturhaus in Vienna), translated in Germany, Spain, and Korea, and La felicità è una storia semplice (Einaudi Stile Libero, 2017). Her first play ‘If not today, eventually’ was staged at London's Etcetera Theatre in 2016.