Caterina Serra
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Writer and screenwriter, in 2006 she won the Paola Biocca prize for literary reportage with Chiusa in una stanza sempre aperta, from which the reportage novel Tilt (Einaudi, 2008) originated. Her second book Padreterno was also released in 2015 by Einaudi. She is the screenwriter of documentary films such as Napoli Piazza Municipio (Bruno Oliviero, Award for the best documentary film at the Turin Film Festival, 2008), of Parla con lui (Elisabetta Francia, 2010) and author of the subject and script of Piccola Patria (Alessandro Rossetto, Venice '70 Orizzonti section, 2013). With the same director she worked on the film presented at the '76 Venice Film Festival The Domino Effect based on the novel by Romolo Bugaro, Einaudi. She collaborated in the design of Immemoria with the choreographer and dancer Francesco Ventriglia, Teatro alla Scala, Milan, May 2010. She is the creator and playwright of the performance Somapolis, MACRO, Rome 2019. She is the author of Displacement - New Town No Town, (photographs by Giovanni Cocco), a writing and photography project, exhibited at the MACRO in Rome as part of the 2015 International Photography Festival and of Displacement published from Postcart Edizioni, December 2021. She is the creator and co-author of Quello che vede l’acqua, an editorial project in collaboration with LAC Arte Cultura Lugano and IUAV Teatro and ArM Performative, Venice, May 2021. She is the author of Intravista, in In fiamme, La performance nello spazio delle lotte (1967-1979), Bruno editore, September 2021. She collaborates as an author with various publications including Il Manifesto and Domani, and online magazines as OperaViva and Minima et Moralia. She is the creator and author of the Viral magazine Alcol/:id19. She is writing her third novel.