Luca Arcangeli

Luca Arcangeli (born in 1998 in Rome, Italy) has been selected twice by the PÖFF SHORTS (OSCAR Academy Award Qualifying, European Film Award Qualifying, Bafta Film Award Qualifying), of the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (which is accredited by the FIAPF who includes only 15 festivals in the world like Venice, Cannes, Berlin, Locarno etc.) to enter at the "Rebels With a Cause Short Competition" with his first short film distributed by Premiere Film, "The father, the child and the mother" (2019), selected from over 3,300 short film worldwide and purchased by the UK television channel ShortsTV (with headquarters in London and with a broadcasting area between the United States, Europe, Latin America and India), and with the second short "Instructions on how to make a mannequin" (2020) selected from over 4000 short films around the world. He has taken part in film juries such as "David Giovani" (2015) which is part of the annual "David Di Donatello" award, the "Leoncino D'Oro" award and the "Unicef Award" (2017) for the "Mostra Del Cinema Di Venezia" and for the "Rome Film Festival" (2017) for the "Alice Nella Città" award taking part in the "Masterclass" of Matteo Garrone, Giuseppe Tornatore, Alessandro Borghi, Derek Cianfrance and Viggo Mortensen. He makes short films, video art, and he writes screenplays and subjects for both short and feature films, venturing into artistic cinema studies by attending film academies and courses.
Best narrative short (DIAMOND FILM AWARD) for "The father, the child and the mother"