Angelo Cannavacciuolo

Angelo Cannavacciuolo (born July 17, 1956 in Naples) is an Italian writer and director.

Cannavacciuolo studied at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy of the Near East at the Instituto Orientale in Naples. He has written, directed and performed for film, theater and television. He lives between Naples and San Francisco and collaborates with various Italian newspapers. Originally a successful actor, he also wrote and directed plays before going on to make his first feature film Malesh (1993). It starred Ida Di Benedetto, Marina Suma. In 1999, he published his first novel Guardiani delle Nuvole which was nominated for the Premio Viareggio and the Premio Giuseppe Berto. It was later turned into a movie by Luciano Odorisio. Cannavacciuolo's second book Il soffio delle Fate was nominated for the Premio Elsa Morante. His fourth novel Le cose accadono met with greater success, winning the Premio Viadana and the Premio Domenico Rea. Apart from novels, he has also written numerous short stories. His works have been presented by the Italian Cultural Institutes of Sarajevo, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. When Things Happen translation of Le Cose Accadono (October 2023) Rutgers University Press https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/when-things-happen/9781978837102

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Vorname:Angelo
Geburtsdatum:17.07.1956 (♋ Krebs)
Geburtsort:Neapel
Alter:67Jahre 8Monate 29Tage
Nationalität:Italien
Sprachen:Italienisch;
Geschlecht:♂männlich
Berufe:Schriftsteller, Drehbuchautor, Schauspieler,

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