TV SERIES AND FILM: TWO WRITINGS COMPARED
“From Aristotle to today: the three acts as the pillars of storytelling, evolving from the movie language to that of modern tv series. How are plots and characters we watch on screen conceived?”.
The master class is coordinated by Alessandro Iannucci, Teacher of Greek Language and Literature and it is realized in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Heritage of the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna and the Flaminia Foundation for the University in Romagna.
Professor: Alessandro Fabbri, writer and screenwriter
The writer and screenwriter Alessandro Fabbri was born in Ravenna. In 1996 he won the Campiello Giovani prize with the short novel "Mai fidarsi di un uomo che indossa un trench blu", published by Marsilio in 1997. His novel "Mosche a Hollywood" (Minimum Fax, 2000) became in 2005 the movie "Hollywood Flies", shot in the US.
In 2008 he wrote four-handedly with Eraldo Baldini (another author from ravenna) the novel "Quell’estate di sangue e luna" for Einaudi Stile Libero. In 2010 he published for Bompiani "Il Re dell’ultima spiaggia", while in 2014 he wrote with Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo "Il ragazzo invisibile" published by Salani.
As a screenwriter he wrote the Italian adaptation of the series "In Treatment" and he is the creator of "1992" and "1993" a television series together with Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo.
Always with Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo he is the author of "La Doppia Ora" screenplay by Giuseppe Capotondi, (a 2009 film, released in various European countries and the United States and in competition at the 66th Venice Film Festival and in several international festivals ) and "Il ragazzo invisibile" (winner of Nastro d’Argento in 2015 as best screenplay) and "Il ragazzo invisibile 2", both directed by Gabriele Salvatores.