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foto home page definitivaChiara Giacobelli was born in Ancona May 18, 1983.

She graduated in Communication Studies with a thesis on the cinema of Michelangelo Antonioni, Luchino Visconti and later specialized in publishing, multimedia communication and journalism, winning the Prix Raeli. And 'member of the Order of Journalists since 2006 and, through his professional activities, supports the Lega del Filo d'Oro.

As a writer and author, published in June of 2011 her debut book "101 things to do in Le Marche at least once in life" (Newton Compton). The book, a bestseller for several thousand copies sold, was deemed "of outstanding cultural interest" by the Marche Region, which has designed several copies supplied to the regional libraries.

Also in 2011 was published in the anthology "Michal. Tales from Memory", the text "Memories", selected the Laboratory Gutenberg Literary Competition 2010/2011, Sponsored by the City of Rome and the libraries of Rome.

He is currently working on several new works of literature. And 'being written the biography of screenwriter Furio Scarpelli, written together with a reporter for Sky Cinema Alessio Accardo and film critic Federico Govoni, with the help of Giacomo Scarpelli. The book will draw upon the contributions in the form of interviews, chosen by more than thirty characters in the Italian literary and cinematic landscape, including the master Dario Fo, Ettore Scola, Walter Veltroni, Sandro Veronesi, Paolo Virzi, Francesca Archibugi, Melania Mazzucco, Peter mentioned, Stefania Sandrelli, Armando, Carlo Lizzani and Ricky Tognazzi.

For Newton Compton is instead taking care of the new leader of the Monasteries and Shrines of Italy, while with the Institute for the Protection of Marche wine is making a tour guide and food and wine that will examine the names of local vines and wine brands.

As a journalist, after three years' experience in the newspaper Corriere Adriatico and other newspapers, has entered into partnerships with not only still active film (for which he writes music, theater, cinema, art and literature), Frontpage (cultural magazine published by Banca delle Marche) and other publications. Last year she has interviewed, among others, Dacia Maraini, Susanna Tamaro, Giancarlo Giannini, PFM, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, Umberto Orsini, Carla Fracci, Gianrico Carofiglio, Dante Ferretti, Simon Garfunkel, Margherita Hack and Maria Luisa Spaziani.

He previously worked as press officer. He has curated projects and partnered in film (Medusa Film, Studio Morabito, the Film Festival in Pesaro, Fedic - Italian Federation of the various festivals and film clubs), institutional (Senate, Enit - National Tourism Agency, Department of Culture City of Ancona), music (words and Surroundings), philosophical / literary (review Words of philosophy) and theatrical (magazine Curtain).

Finally, in the academic year 2008/2009 has been an assistant professor of the university. Fiorangelo Pucci for the subject "History and Criticism of Cinema" at the University of Urbino "Carlo Bo".


- The debut book, 101 Things to do in Le Marche at least once in life was deemed "publication of relevant cultural interest" by the Marche Region, which has earmarked a number of copies supplied to regional libraries

- The story has been selected to Memories Laboratory Gutenberg Literary Competition 2010/2011, organized under the aegis of the Department of Cultural Affairs City of Rome and the Libraries of Rome, to be part of an anthology of short stories dedicated to the theme of Remembrance

- The monologue List-mania is back in the squad of Under 30 winners of the festival and was performed at the theater in Rome by actress Rosanna Banfi during the final evening of the festival

- Award Winner 2009 Raeli, open to top students of the University of Rome Tor Vergata

- Finalist Mitreo Film Festival 2006 with the script I know what you think

- Finalist at the International Prize 2005 Jacques Prévert with the manuscript I, like many a