Italian film editor has been critically recognized for her sensitivity, meticulousness and creativity. Fgaier, although having studied film at Bologna University, describes herself as being self-taught. Her first editing job is “The Mouth of the Wolf” the award-winning documentary. She edited Marcello’s “The Silence of Pelešjan”, followed by Michele Manzolini’s and Federico Ferrone’s “The Train to Moscow”, winner of the Best Editing for Sara Fgaier at Recine, the International Festival of Archival Cinema in Rio De Janeiro. Founder of Avventurosa, an independent film production company.
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