Bruno D’Annunzio

In the first years of his activity he collaborated in theoretical-practical seminars related to the History and Criticism of the film of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Subsequently he made short films of various types: industrial, scientific, educational, etc.
The anthropological and ethnographic documentaries, which he shot in different parts of the world, have ensured  that his name was mentioned in the “History of Italian Cinema” (Mario Verdone, Tascabili Economici Newton, Rome 1995). From 1999 to 2018 he taught Editing with Digital Techniques and Direct Sound at the “Nuova University of Cinema and Television ”of Rome. Since 2000 he has collaborated with the Rossellini family and the Maiori Film Festival Association in the creation of the
Roberto Rossellini Film Festival @ Maiori. In 2008 he taught “Image and Sound Analysis” to a select group of police officers State, Postal and Communications Police Service of the Department of Public
Security, collaborating with the C.N.C.P.O. (National Center for the Fight against On-line Child Pornography). In 2008 he was commissioned by CANON Italia, with which he has been collaborating for years on the occasion of the Roberto Rossellini Film Festival @ Maiori, as head of the Video Portfolio within the event PHOTOGRAPHY ’08 in Milan. Since 2008 he has been a lecturer at the
“Rome University of Fine Arts” in Rome and, as part of the Diploma course in Cinematography, teaches the following disciplines: Editing Techniques, Shooting Techniques, Sound Design, Audiovisual Documentation Techniques, Digital Video and Video Editing.

In 2011 he was commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to receive and optimize the art videos of the 89 Institutes Italians of Culture (IIC) in the world, to be included in an installation of the Italian Pavilion at the Biennale of Venice. With his students of the Audiovisual Documentation Techniques course of the RUFA School of Cinema makes a film, addressed to all IICs in the world, on the inauguration of the Italian Pavilion and the Venice Biennale.
In 2012, with his students of the RUFA he created a commercial for the State Police-Police Railway. In the following years, in addition to the normal teaching and always for the RUFA, he
leads Shooting and Editing workshops in the context of PCTO training projects.