I can help you with:
Consulting and Mentoring
Curatorial Works & Educational Programs
Design and Management of Events
Some Brands I’ve worked with:
Amazon w/NVE Agency. Apulia Film Commission. Bpitch Control. Casa Seat. Dublab. Elisava. General Consulate of Italy. Hiroshima. Hotel Pulitzer. Hotel Esperia Tower. Italian Cultural Institute. LOOP. MACBA. Movistar. Moritz. Mutek. Nitsa Club. Primavera Sound. Puglia Sounds. Puglia Promozione. Ombra Festival. Red Bull. Resilient Planet. Riot Games. Share Festival. Soho House. Uber w/NVE Agency.
+ ALPPINE: 'Vídeo Diarios', 'Actitude', 'Somos nosotros' y 'Cuatro caminos' de Diego Delgado (2003-2004)
+ BRUNETTO & XARLENE: 'Reinventing Alice' (1988)
+ CRISTIAN DE SUCRE: ‘Sistema Natura’ (2015)
+ EMILIANO ZELADA: 'The stone cut'.
+ ENSEMBLE ECONOMIQUE: ‘Dreams’, Akira Kurosawa (1990)
+ FRANCESCA BANCHELLI: 'A precious stone'.
+ JAIME L. PANTALEÓN: ‘La noche de los muertos vivientes’ de George A. Romero (1968)
+ LENA WILLIKENS: 'Japanese Girls At The Harbor', Hiroshi Shimizu (1933)
+ SARA FONTÁN: ‘La Jetée’, Chris Marker (1962)
+ SHINKIRO: 'Sans Soleil', Chris Marker (1983)
+ dublab.es Dj´s Cinematic Sets
Blue is composed of a single blue frame; the ultramarine blue created by the French artist Yves Klein. Faced with this light, the spectator feels surrounded, trapped and imagines movements, forms that meet and distance themselves. Through a fixed and primary element, the film invites to dream, to project a personal fantasy on the blue surface.
In The Blue Room a blue space replaces Blue‘s monochromatic screen, while two artists create their own interpretation of the film. Moreno Bernardi uses his body as a language and Gigi Piscitelli uses his music.
To complete the proposal, Anna Mastrolitto and Moreno Bernardi set up a didactic project that brings together the students of the MEATS (Master in Ephemeral Architecture and Temporary Spaces) of Elisava, students of the ESDi (Escola Superior de Disseny), and a group of young professionals from the SAE Creative Media Institute Barcelona to build, jointly, a dream space to get lost and meet.
Curators: Anna Mastrolitto | Moreno Bernardi
Dance/choreography: Moreno Bernardi
Music: Gigi Piscitelli + Giorgio POna
Space and Lights: MEATS ELISAVA
Sound: SAE Institute Barcelona
Production: LST- MEp
Every four weeks on Radio Primavera Sound.
Producer, dj and radio host Terence drops by Tupper to change the way you experience cinema, with a live music set accompanied by the visuals of two short films from the 1920s: Regen and Ballet Mecanique.
Friday, 18 January - Convent de Sant Agustí, Barcelona
"Gender Equality in the Creative Industries & Institutional Action" with:
Ariel Charec (MUTEK Argentina) AR
Gaia Lucilla Danese - Cónsul General de Italia en Barcelona (IT)
Valeria Zamparolo (British Council / Amplify) AR
Marie McPartlin (Somerset House Studios / Amplify) UK
Carmen Zapata (Asociación MIM) ES
Daniel Granados (ICUB) ES
Soho House, Barcelona
"Diversity in Curation" with:
Natalia San Juan (Femnoise, España)
Oliver Baurhenn (CTM Festival, Berlin)
Slikback (Nyege Nyege, Uganda)
Pau Cristoful (Primavera Sound, España)
We Work, Barcelona
Every four weeks on Dublab radio.
The cycle that will be screened from May 14 to 16 in the Sala Laya of the Filmoteca de Catalunya is curated by Anna Mastrolitto (LiveSoundtracks) and Luciano Toriello (MAD Produzioni), both born in Puglia, and exposes a look at the peculiarities and the contrasts of this region of Italy in a journey from north to south through feature and selected short films: Polis Nea, La guerra dei cafoni, Erma, Giardini di luce, In viaggio con Adele, 10YearsOn and La Capa Gira.
This last film, directed by Alessandro Piva, premiered at the Berlin festival and winner of the David di Donatello prize for the best opera prima in 2000, was a turning point in the region's recognition throughout Europe. From the same director, there is the unpublished documentary 10 Years On that will be presented by LiveSoundtracks on the final night of the cycle: a multisensory trip through the contrast experienced by the youth of this region in the Mediterranean, with live sounds from the electronic music of Fedele Ladisa (Agents of Time).
Ombra is a project born from the hand of agency WeareWe and label Oraculo Records with the aim of creating a meeting place for lovers of analogue and avant- garde sounds that do not fit in the current cultural offer, all of this taking a step beyond the playful.
The Italian General Consulate in Barcelona, as part of the ITmakES project, gives its patronage to the participation of the Italian artist Marta de Pascalis to the International Festival of Art Science and Technology VOlumens of Valencia, in order to keep its own effort to give visibility to the cultural and creative scene, the most experimental and contemporary one.
This initiative coincides with the launch of the platform project MUSE, A New Wave of Women in the Mediterranean, conceived by the Italian General Consul in Barcelona Gaia Danese, in conjunction with the project’s co-author Anna Mastrolitto, founder of the collective She’s in Control.
The project MUSE will also cooperate with other three electronic music festivals in Spain: Enso in Alicante in November, and MutekES in Barcelona in March of next year.
”Anna collaborated with us creating the concept, the business plan, and the staff recruitment for the first edition of Share Festival. Her wide knowledge & experience, as well as her numerous professional contacts in the Festival field, have been fundamental to give life to such an ambitious new project. Furthermore Anna is a beautiful human being, very talented and capable of creating a nice "team feeling". She was very passionate about the project and put her efforts in it as if it were her own. We would definitely recommend her for the creation of new projects, because her talent was crucial for Share Festival’s success.Stefano MaccaroneShare Festival
”I worked with Anna as she hosted one of my artists at her LiveSoundtracks event. She is an attentive promoter, a dependable event organizer and above all very dedicated to her job. It was a pleasure to work with her and I hope our paths will cross again.Maria UrcioliKO-HUM