Martin Errichiello is a filmmaker and photographer born in Napoli in 1987. Since 2008 he pursues a personal investigation of the visual language through different medias. In 2010 he graduates in photography and visual communication at the CFP “Bauer” of Milan with an internship with the artist Raffaela Mariniello. He’s the founder, photographer and writer of Subbart Magazine, monthly self-published zine of reportages, urban arts and emerging authors’ tales. He collaborated to editorial projects with social cooperatives and with multimedia studios in the audiovisual production as DoP and assistant director (Mubeio Studio, Kaos Prod. , Royal college of Art). From 2011, he starts a research with the anthropologist Carlotta Napolitano, producing several projects, exhibitions and a book. In 2012 he was selected for the Visual Storytelling course at the Danish School of Media (attending lectures by Antoine d’Agata, Kent Klich, Nina Korhonen) where he also founded Panaut Collective, an international cross-media network of visual artists. He’s now based in Napoli, working on mixed media researches in South Italy and freelance filmmaker (director, editor and DoP) for several cinematographic production companies.
2016 - Winner Showoff - Krakow Photomonth 2016 , 2016 - Winner Sideways - Fotografia Europea 2016, 2014 - Mazzarelli Art Festival 2014 - Best Documentary , 2013 - Perugia Film Festival 2013 - Best editing, 2013 - Skepto Int'l Film Festival - Mediterranean award , 2013 - Mutti Award - Premio Memorie Migranti, 2012 - MUSA Film Festival - Best Documentary, 2011 - Winner - Young Italian Photographers Biennial
- Video editing