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Simone (Simon) Tringali began to experience the art of storytelling through motion pictures when he was little. He made several short films also filming with the technique referred to as stop motion. He first used this technique in La Perla Lunare (2009) that was selected and screened for Sottodiciotto Film Festival of Turin. In 2011 he produced his first documentary called, Alì Terme, Fra Storia e Attualità after that he made La Gabbia Della Società (2012), it is a short film, which was also selected and screened at the Cinema Massimo for Sottodiciotto Film Festival. He took part as the assistant camera operator at the shooting of the short film Agatha (Grinta Film 2012) by Elena Dova. In the school year of 2011-2012 he held the title of operator of audiovisual communication. The creation of the short film, L’Uomo Che Fischia (The Man’s Whistle) was written and co-directed by himself. In 2013 he worked with Fiorita Officina for the shooting and post-production of several commercials for national television. He participated at the production of The Ushers, a web series by Andrea Galatà and Chiara De Caroli. The role was Italian director in the 3rd unit of the 8th episode, A Dark Tale of a Bright Night that successively won the Los Angeles Web Fest for its outstanding writing. He was also the cinematographer of the short films Charlie (2014) and Unbelievable (2015) by Dario Saliani. During the scenes of Press (2014) he participated as intern video assistant. He shot musical videos such as Oltre I Tuoi Passi, Usami and Molecola (IlBlog 2013-2015) and Temi Il Tempo (2014) and Luna (2015) by Nicola Martini. For his school exit exam he made a documentary about the Lake of Arignano, which was called Arignano Lake an Oasis Among The Hills, which allowed him to graduate and proceed to the title of Audiovisual Industry Expert at Albe Steiner Institute of Turin (2014).

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He began to experience the art of storytelling through motion pictures when he was little. He made several short films also filming with the technique referred to as stop motion. He first used this technique in La Perla Lunare (2009) that was selected and screened for Sottodiciotto Film Festival of Turin. In 2011 he produced his first documentary called, Alì Terme, Fra Storia e Attualità after that he made La Gabbia Della Società (2012), it is a short film, which was also selected and screened at the Cinema Massimo for Sottodiciotto Film Festival. He took part as the assistant camera operator at the shooting of the short film Agatha (Grinta Film 2012) by Elena Dova. In the school year of 2011-2012 he held the title of operator of audiovisual communication. The creation of the short film, L’Uomo Che Fischia (The Man’s Whistle) was written and co-directed by himself. In 2013 he worked with Fiorita Officina for the shooting and post-production of several commercials for national television. He participated at the production of The Ushers, a web series by Andrea Galatà and Chiara De Caroli. The role was Italian director in the 3rd unit of the 8th episode, A Dark Tale of a Bright Night that successively won the Los Angeles Web Fest for its outstanding writing. He was also the cinematographer of the short films Charlie (2014) and Unbelievable (2015) by Dario Saliani. During the scenes of Press (2014) he participated as intern video assistant. He shot musical videos such as Oltre I Tuoi Passi, Usami and Molecola (IlBlog 2013-2015) and Temi Il Tempo (2014) and Luna (2015) by Nicola Martini. For his school exit exam he made a documentary about the Lake of Arignano, which was called Arignano Lake an Oasis Among The Hills, which allowed him to graduate and proceed to the title of Audiovisual Industry Expert at Albe Steiner Institute of Turin (2014).

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