Franco Revelli

After graduating with a degree in History from the University of Genoa, Franco Revelli specialised in filmmaking. He has directed numerous documentaries, as well as fiction shorts and commissioned films. Revelli initiated the Zemiafilm project, aimed at advancing the concept of “associative documentary” focusing on environmental and civil rights issues. Since 2009, he has held the position of head of broadcasting, training, and multimedia projects at CMCA, the Mediterranean Centre for Audiovisual Communication in Marseille, where he works to enhance audiovisual cooperation among the region’s television stations. Additionally, Revelli serves as a member of the selection committee for the PriMed Festival (International Festival of Mediterranean Documentary and Reportage), facilitating training initiatives for high school students on television news report production for the festival. Furthermore, he collaborates with FiGRA (Festival International du Grand Reportage et du Documentaire de Société), overseeing the Coup de Pouce section dedicated to supporting documentary and reportage projects.