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Thou Shalt Not Hate Free Q & A with Director Mauro Mancini and Dr. Ilaria Serra - 4/1 @ 3pm

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Mauro Mancini begins his career in 2005 writing and directing the short film OUR SECRET (2006), which went on to win several awards including the Audience Award at Rome Independent FF 2006, the Best Film Award at the 9th Festival de Cine de Cartagena - Colombia and was selected in more than 50 important international festivals. Between 2006 and 2013 he directs fourteen short films produced by the Telethon Foundation for RAI TV. In 2010, with the screenplay ALTO, FRAGILE he wins the prestigious national competition Sonar Script Festival. In 2013 he directs two music videos for the songs "I miss you" and "The first time (that I died)" by Simone Cristicchi for the 63rd Sanremo Music Festival. Between 2013 and 2016 he directs four short films produced by Rai Cinema and Movimento Film THE CLIMB, SPIDER-CICCIO, TRAGUARDI and IO SONO. His latest work is THOU SHALT NOT HATE (2020).


Ilaria Serra was born in Venice, Italy. She is a Professor of Italian and Comparative Studies. She earned her Ph.D. at Florida Atlantic University. Her research covers Italian cinema, Italian literature, Italian song and the history of Italian immigration to the United States. She leads the FAU Study Abroad Program in Venice, Italy, where she also teaches the course Venice and Its Reflections. She received the Scholar of the Year Award in both the Assistant and Associate Professor categories (2012 and 2020). She recently received an EU-Jean Monnet Center of Excellence grant.


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