Sara Fgaier

Sara Fgaier

Italy

Was born in La Spezia in 1982. She graduated in History and Film Studies from the University of Bologna. In 2005 she studied at the Fare Cinema Film and Theatre School, directed by Marco Bellocchio and she began collaborating with Pietro Marcello: she was first assistant director on the documentary IL PASSAGGIO DELLE LINEA (2007); first assistant director, film editor and archive researcher on the film THE MOUTH OF THE WOLF (2009), Winner at the 27th Turin Film Festival, at the Berlin Film Festival and about twenty other awards in the long path between the international festivals in which it participated; she edited the documentary THE SILENCE OF PELESJAN (2011). She also edited the documentary THE TRAIN TO MOSCOW (2013) by Federico Ferrone and Michele Manzolini and she collaborated on the editing of the film SACRO GRA by Gianfroco Rosi, winner of the Golden Lion at the 70th Venice Film Festival in 2013. In 2012 she won the film section for the Rolex “Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative”, working for a year under the guidance of editor, sound designer and director, Walter Murch.