Francesco Filippini

Francesco Filippini, director and illustrator, in 2009 wrote and directed his first animated short, Orkiestra, shortlisted for the David di Donatello Award. In 2015 he worked as art director at Bill Plympton’s animation studio on two feature films and a short film, The Loneliest Stoplight, which earned him a gold medal from the Society of Illustrators.


Since 2016 his collaboration with MAD Entertainment Studio in Naples has led him to direct several short films, including Simposio Suino in Re Minore, also a David di Donatello Award nominee, and to work on several feature films including Gatta Cenerentola (Cappiello, Guarnieri, Rak, Sansone, 2017).


He illustrated Un amore sulla testa (by Luana Vergari, 2017), also translated in France and Spain.

Titles by Francesco Filippini

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