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CRITICS JURY _Kernel Mapping Cinema /013

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Simone Arcagni

Researchers at the University of Palermo. Scholar of new media and new technologies collaborates with NĂ²va - The Sun 24 Hours, Oxygen, Technonews, Segnocinema, Everything Digital and other popular science journals. Directs Screencity (International Academic Journal). it's’ consulting and collaborating with festival, conferences and journals. His latest book is titled Screen City.

Marcello Arosio

Architect, Artist, researcher; experiments with light, image and interactivity. He has developed projects in Spain, U.S., Mexico, England, Italy, investigating the relationship between social dynamics, systems, strategy, structures, tools and technologies. He has created and presented inter-cultural projects in NYC, Barcelona, Bristol, Zurich, Belgrade. In 2000 fonda a New York X-it Studio, multi-disciplinary studio, and in 2005 AreaOdeon in Monza where he is artistic director. www.areaodeon.org

Emilio Cozzi

Critic and journalist, is Deputy Director of Zero. He collaborates with several national newspapers (Cineforum, Vogue, L'Uomo Vogue, Rolling Stone) specifically focusing on cinema and music. For the Sun 24 Hours (Sunday and New) writes instead of videogames and videogame culture. it's’ columnist for the specialized site Eurogamer.it. A movie theater has dedicated a book, I'll tell you a film, written by Roberto Escobar and published by Routledge.

Federico Frasson

Advertising, co-founder e project manager di hiWHIM, international network of creative innovations and interactive space. Expert in communication strategies for business growth. From 2000 Fkdesign owner of the advertising agency that works with national and international companies to create new standards of excellence in the development of brand values, increasing their competitiveness in the market. www.hiwhim.com

Marco Mancuso

Critical, curator and consultant in the field of digital technologies applied to art, design and contemporary culture. Founder and director of Digicult and Digimag Journal, SUPSI teaches at University of Lugano, E IED a NABA Milano, Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara in Bergamo. With DIGICULT Agency has edited and co-edited a series of events and has been a partner of all the major media art festivals nationally and internationally. Collaborates with various publications and has edited the publication The Open Future for the magazine “MCD” in 2012. it's’ was included in the book Cultural Blogging in Europe Observatory in LabForCulture.org 2010.
www.digicult.it/

Matteo Milani

Premiato sound designer e sound artist. Opera in Milan in the entertainment industry. He has written for renowned Italian magazines dedicated to audio and created an international community with the sound on the blog Unidentified Sound Object. Always up to date on trends in the world of audio interactive, composes music and experimental soundscapes for multimedia installations and live events. In addition to the production and distribution of sound effects libraries, also offers advice on audiovisual musical. His experience includes mixing jingles, recording projects and mastering services for the distribution of digital music. www.usoproject.com

Jacopo Rondinelli

Director, designer's multimedia artist, Jacopo Rondinelli began his artistic career overlooking the world of cinema. Then follows a number of projects related to interior, but parallel cultivates a particular passion for music and founded the musical collective Jetlag. His experience in the record leads him into direct contact with the world of video installations and music videos, as long as you approach the videoclip directed by signing several Italian and international through which he won several awards and honors. In addition to the video clip follows the recently directing and producing commercials and documentaries; follows the creativity and the direction of events and multimedia projects.

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