Academics / Faculty Bruno
Spinazzola

"I hope to awaken the hidden knowledge within each student and to cultivate a unique vision rather than simply giving them mine." –Bruno Spinazzola

Courses

A seasoned director of short films and documentaries, in 1996, Bruno Spinazzola won the Unesco prize for art and pedagogy for a one-hour movie entitled L'unghia (The Fingernail).

Bruno Spinnazola teaches Video at SACI. He has conducted research for various French government organizations, such as the CNRS (National Center of Scientific Research). Since 1995, he has directed, written, and edited short movies, many of which have been shown on Italian national television (RAI2, RAI3, Canale5, Telepiù, etc.). Subjects have ranged from a film on fashion at the end of the millennium to a documentary on the park of the Apuane.

Bruno Spinnazola has a Doctorate, Sorbonne, University of Paris.

Teaching Philosophy
I like my students to learn by doing - playing with the camera, language, rules and techniques. I want them to start to create with this new medium as fast as they can and create emotions with it. Outside of class my students think; inside class they do.

More than give answers, I like to ask questions. Through teaching, I find that I learn alongside of the students. In this way, I hope to awaken the hidden knowledge within each student and to cultivate this unique vision rather than simply giving them mine.

"I hope to awaken the hidden knowledge within each student and to cultivate a unique vision rather than simply giving them mine." –Bruno Spinazzola

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