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Mario Fanfani

After a short acting career on stage, Mario Fanfani turned to directing. His first short films, a trilogy entitled Un dimanche matin à Marseille (1999), were co-produced by Charles Berling and the Aides-Provence association. The three films were used to support a national campaign to raise awareness and show solidarity with people affected by the AIDS virus.

Arte then offered him the opportunity to direct his first feature film for television in 2005, Sibelius Way, with Rüdiger Vogler, Jérôme Robart and Dominique Reymond.

His first feature film for cinema Summer Nights wins the Queer Lion at the 71e Venice Mostra 2014.


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