Andrea Segre – Director

Director of film and documentaries for cinema and television, he is also a researcher in Sociology of Communication. For over ten years he has been particularly dedicated to the topic of migration and is the founder of the association ZaLab, which he develops both production projects and participatory-video workshops with.

He has directed numerous documentaries: Marghera Canale Nord (2003, 60th Venice International Film Festival; a special mention at the RomaDocFestival); Dio era un musicista (2004, 62nd Venice International Film Festival); PIP49 (2006, episode for “Checosamanca”, Eskimosa-Gruppo Feltrinelli and RaiCinema); A Sud di Lampedusa (2006, MedFest award at the 10th MediterraneoVideoFestival; finalist in the 13th Ilaria Alpi Award).

In collaboration with Jolefilm he made La mal’ombra (2007, 25th Turin Film Festival; 26th Uruguay Film Festival).

Among his most recent work: Come un uomo sulla terra (2008), which has already won numerous awards (2.SalinaDocFest; special mention at the Vittorio De Seta Award and Gran Prix TeleFrance CMCA), presented at many festivals in Italy and abroad (Milan Film Festival; Visioni Italiane, Bologna; CinemAfrica, Stockholm; Sao Paulo Film Festival) and nominated for the David di Donatello, in the Documentary section; Magari le cose cambiano (2009) “Avanti!” award at the 27th Turin Film Festival; Il Sangue Verde (2010), CinemaDoc award at the Venice Days – 67th Venice International Film Festival.