SHORT LENGTH DOCUMENTARY FILMS
She grew up in the German speaking part of Switzerland as the daughter of South Italian immigrants. Tiziana has always preferred travelling rather than buying a Swiss passport. After interpreter's school, she studied of Law and Economics in Zurich without ever benefitting from these dull disciplines. She has collaborated with various Swiss short and experimental film festivals. She has worked as translator, editor and media analyst. She has been a member of the International Short Film Festival Winterthur since 2000. Member of the Selection Committee for the national and international competition films since 2003. The International Short Film Festival Winterthur is Switzerland’s most important short film festival. The festival takes place each year in November. It is a popular audience event and an important platform for the short film industry. In 2012, 16.000 spectators visited the festival and we received 3.800 submissions for the national and international competitions, which offer cash awards that total 42.000 CHF (35.000 Euro) and an in-kind award of 11.500 CHF (9.500 Euro). Apart from innovative programming, the International Short Film Festival is committed to the sustainable promotion of short films, for example by maintaining the largest short film archive in Switzerland, containing about 30.000 short films. The archive is available to industry professionals for research purposes all year round.