STEFANO DE FELICI
Duccio is an inventor by vocation, and in his home workshop tries an exceptional challenge. Thanks to his determination and a bit of magic, a short circuit will create Ferruccio, a robot created by assembling contraptions that have been recycled.
STEFANO DE FELICI (Padova, ITALY, 1981). He debuted as a director with the short documentary "Cemento all’ indice" in 2008. In 2009 he talked about the Italian social and economic crisis with "Caccia Grossa": it won the Best Documentary Award at Festival Cinemaitaliano "Brava Gente" and it was selected at the London International Documentary Festival and THE FIPA in Biarritz. In 2012 he was a co-founder of Seemars video & animation, studio with which he made audiovisual research experiencing mixed media techniques (live action + animation). With "Non siamo scarti" in 2012, he received the Stella al Merito Sociale Award from the Mayor of Milan and won the festival "Pillole d’ attualità”; at the “Festival Isola del cinema di Roma" with which obtains a festival distribution and television broadcast by RAI. In these last years he has became part of Almòst VideoLab, a digital maker collective, where he developed in 2017 the short film "Ferruccio, storia di un robottino".