Friday, 24 July 2020 11:35

Campania talent Francesco Serpico, Giampiero De Concilio and Massimiliano Caiazzo to grace Masterclass Cult with their presence

On August 26, the three young actors will meet the jurors and receive the Explosive Talent Award

Three young and talented actors, leading the "Campania Risorgimento" of acting, will be the protagonists of a Cult masterclass created in collaboration with Daniele Orazi's DO Cinema, to be held on August 26 as part of Part 2 of the Giffoni Film Festival (25-29 August). GIAMPIERO DE CONCILIO, FRANCESCO SERPICO and MASSIMILIANO CAIAZZO. After meeting the jurors and answering their questions  will also receive the Explosive Talent Award.

Massimiliano Caiazzo is a 23-year-old young actor born in Naples who began studying acting at the age of 18 at the Mèliès film school led by actor Gianfelice Imparato, and then continued his studies in Rome. In 2012 he participated in two short films: Sorrentum and Plato's symposium. He debuted in TV in 2016 with Furore, the Mediaset serial directed by Alessio Inturri. In 2018 the actor was chosen as one of the ten new young Italian talents for the Officine Lab project presented at the Rome Film Festival the same year. Massimiliano will be back on the small screen alongside Carolina Crescentini with a leading role within the upcoming Rai series Mare fuori diretta by Carmine Elia. Giampiero was born in Naples in 1999 and immediately became passionate about the world of acting. During his high school years he was chosen to participate in some television projects for Rai: Che Dio ci aiuti (Francesco Vicario, 2016) with Elena Sofia Ricci, and Mia moglie mia figlia e due bebè (Eugenio Cappuccio, 2016). He has also worked in Theatre  Smiley (Guillem Clua) R.Sparno, Patroclo and Achille (Fabio Casano) G. Maresca, La Testa sott'Acqua (Helena Tornero) R .Ciccarelli and La Paranza dei Bambini (R.Saviano) M. Gelardi, and thanks to the latter - he received in 2017 the Nuovo Imaie Award at the Spoleto Festival for best emerging actor. In 2018 he made his debut on the big screen with the debut film by Ciro D'Emilio in which he starred alongside Anna Foglietta, Un giorno all’improvviso, for which he won the Nuovo Imaie Award at the 75th Venice Film Festival as best emerging actor. For the same title, in 2019 he received both the Biraghi Award for Silver Ribbons, and the Best Actor Award at the Bimbi Belli festival curated by Nanni Moretti. In 2019 he took part in the successful Rai series Vivi e lascia vivere directed by Pappi Corsicato alongside Elena Sofia Ricci. He has just wrapped filmin for the fiction Mediaset Inchiostro contro piombo. Francesco Serpico is a young actor born in Naples. After graduating from high school and at the same time as his university career he began to devote himself to acting. In fact, Francesco began to get passionate about cinema and theater early, attending the laboratory of Experimental Theater held by the actor and theater director Vincenzo Maria Saggese, in addition to the acting school "De Poche". In 2012 he took part in the opening show of the "Festival of Philosophy in Magna Grecia". In 2018 he was chosen by Saverio Costanzo for the coveted HBO series of great international success based on the novels of Elena Ferrante My brilliant friend, in which he made his debut for the small screen successfully playing the role of Nino Sarratore. Francesco will also appear in the next season of the series