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Andrea Martelli is an italian film director and actor (from Bari, Italy). He studied acting and diction with the theatre director Paola Martelli. He graduated in 2013 in Scienze e Tecnologie Multimediali and he has been keen on the "seventh Art" since childhood. After several years on the stage (in 2006 he founded the theatre company “A più voci”, which is famous at the italian regional level for stage shows such as “Il libro nella soffitta”, “Ma noi in estate prendemmo commiato…”, “Varietà Margherita” and "Davvero una magnifica serata!" in which he played leading roles) he decided to shoot his first short-movie in 2009, created in order to apply to the National School of Cinema in Rome, the "Centro Sperimentale di Cinematogirafia". In 2010, he presented a new short-movie, “Oliver” (which was the winner of the "CinemaZero Budget 2011" prize in the festival "Filmmakers al Chiostro", Pordenone), which brought him another time to the final selections of the School. In 2011, under the guidance of the Professor Gabriele Coassin, famous documentarist, he directed the well-known web series “Arrivederci, Mr. Coat”. In the meanwhile, he worked on viral commercials on crowdsourcing platforms such as Zooppa, winning a contest created by Veneto Banca for a commercial called “Veneto Banca, una banca che...” and Userfarm, with 5 commercial for Sisal's web/social campaign. He is also into photography, web marketing, web design and advertising. In 2011 he directed the documentary “Sorrisi e percorsi storici delle evidenze cliniche”, written in collaboration with Gianna Maria Nardi which was presented at the fourth annual congress of the "Accademia il Chirone", in Rome. In 2012 he wrote and directed the short-movie “DE VISU”, the story of a thirty-year-man affected by prosopagnosia. He also directed the backstage of the Festival “Le Voci dell’inchiesta”, which has Marco Rossitti as art director, and in late 2012 a web commercial titled "Arpisia". In 2013, he writes and directs “DoppiArte”, divertissement about the dubbing world. He's co-author and director of the short-movie “LORIS LODDI: J’ACCUSE”, untold history of the famous italian dubber Loris Loddi. In 2014 he is the director of the documentary "Il viaggio delle merci". He is director and editor of "Bruà - The series".
Il viaggio delle merci
Bruà - The series
Film (short) Director
University of Udine