Thomas Turolo

Thomas Turolo

Born in Udine in November 1980, Thomas Turolo is an Italian director, screenwriter and producer. Initially trained as a theater actor, he devoted himself to dubbing and interpretation in front of the camera, and graduated from the University of Udine's Course in Cinematography (DAMS) in 2008. He makes a series of documentaries with a strong social and anthropological character, including "Mafi rabia'-non c’è più la primavera" (2009) focused on the life of Syrian Bedouins at risk of sedentarization, "Sri Lanka-una nuova alba" on the living conditions of the Tamil population defeated in the war (broadcast by RAI2 within in-depth broadcasts on the subject), "Ogni singolo giorno" (2014) on the subject of the reaction to the waste spill in the provinces of Naples and Caserta. In 2014, he founded the film and audiovisual production company Red On Productions, which produces audiovisuals for cinema and advertising. In 2019, as a producer and director he made the docufilm "Dieç-il miracolo di Illegio", which was distributed in cinemas and on national broadcasters. In 2021, after winning the national screenplay contest "La realtà non esiste", he participated in a special event at the 78th Venice Film Festival with the short film "La regina di cuori", which he wrote and directed, produced by One More Pictures and Rai Cinema. He has been president of CNA Cinema e Audiovisivo of Friuli Venezia Giulia since 2021.

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