2015 - Dominica Film Challenge


Nathalie & Francesco

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Nathalie & Francesco

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Nathalie Biancheri

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Francesco Napoli


2015 - Dominica Film Challenge


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Commercial for Discover Dominica from nathalie biancheri on Vimeo.

About Nathalie Biancheri: Nathalie began her career as a freelance journalist, writing for a number of UK newspapers and magazines. After winning a scholarship to train at the BBC Academy she began making factual and drama documentaries both in-house at the BBC and at independent production companies. I’ve lived in jungle huts with locals for observational documentaries, I’ve attached go-pros to dirt bikes, canoes, the highest summits of temples. I am always on the hunt for a story, for the best shot, the most surprising frame. My job is all about discovering the undiscovered and translating that into a compelling visual feast. I know how to make an audience watch a film and think ‘I have to go there!’. I relish new and exciting opportunities and even though I’ve seen a lot of the world I had never heard about Dominica. For me that is reason enough alone to say ‘I must discover this place’. When I watched the behind the scenes footage and saw the photos of it my thought became: I have to take on this challenge.

About Francesco Napoli: Camera operator, assistant, photographer, editor and musician. After receiving his degree in Cinema History in Turin, Francesco moved to London where he lived for two years, studying at the London Film Academy and working in the city as a freelance. He was involved in several short-films, videoclips, commercials, shot both on digital and film, as camera operator, DP, focus puller. Shooting projects brought him to Switzerland, Denmark, USA, Italy.

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