Producer: Dario Bellini
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Dario Bellini is an artist, photographer and cinematographer. His work has appeared Espresso, Panorama, Epoca, Nouvel Observateur, The Economist, Time (cover in 1976). He is co-founder of DFP agency in Rome and correspondent of Gamma (Paris). As a cinematographer he has worked with Frederico Fellini (Ginger & Fred) and for almost ten years at Sony Broadcast. He has worked with Studio Pontaccio in Milan experimenting and composing new television techniques. From 1998 to 2005 he worked with EBU-Eurovision as editor/cameraman in many news operation in Europe and the wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq, and in Belgrade, Podgorica, Pristina, Peshawar, Doha, Amman and Baghdad. For years he has worked as cameraman for RAI- Radio Televisione Italiana. Dario was close friend with the American poet Gregory Corso, the youngest of the inner circle of Beat Generation writers. Together made the autobiographic documentary "Gregory Corso talks and Walks in Roma" (1989). He was the producer and editor of Bagdad, one of the half hour films in Deep Dish TV’s 12 Part series Shocking and Awful-A Grassroots Response to War and Occupation.

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