GIANTITO BURCHIELLARO BIOGRAPHY :
Giantito Burchiellaro (Venice, February 9, 1940) is an Italian set designer, winner of the Silver Ribbon for the best scenography in 1996 for the film “Sostiene Pereira” and in 2003 for the film “Prendimi l’anima”. His career began in 1965, collaborating with set designers Piero Gherardi and Luciano Ricceri for Federico Fellini’s film “Giulietta degli spiriti”. He then worked with director Sergio Corbucci for the films “Di che segno sei?”, “Er più – Storia d’amore e di coltello”, “La mazzetta” and “La casa stregata”). He went on to work with Marco Bellocchio and, on the international level, he worked on the scenography of the film “The colors of the soul – Modigliani” and that of the russian film “La vita è bella” by Grigori Chukhrai.
MASSIMO ANTONELLO GELENG BIOGRAPHY:
Massimo Antonello Geleng (Milan, june 26 1946) is an art director, production and costume designer. He is the son of Rinaldo Geleng, roman painter and poster designer that had german origins, that followed in his father’s footsteps to then specialize in scenography and theatrical staging. He has created many sets for famous italian film with directors such as Dario Argento and Michele Soavi. He won a prize, the David di Donatello, as the best scenographer of 1994 for the movie “Dellamorte Dellamore”.