Genesi / Written and shot by Karin Scuderi
Karin Scuderi
Filmmaker / Photographer

Karin Rattazzi Scuderi, born in Aosta in 1998 to an Italian-Vietnamese family, moved to Rome after graduating in fine arts and graphics, and obtained a degree in Media Studies. She followed a year of courses in Cinema and Audiovisual at the Sorbonne in Paris. There she made her first short film, La dernière lueur du soir.

After her studies, she began working on the movie sets of Gaspar Noé, Roman Polanski and Abel Ferrara. During her years of training in the field she worked as a camera operator, assistant in editing and set designer, alongside Jean Rabasse, Sean Price Williams and Ken Kelsch.

In the summer of 2023 she was a finalist in the Gianandrea Mutti Prize by the Cineteca di Bologna, with the subject of her new film Saigon, now in development.

Karin Scuderi
Filmmaker / Photographer

Karin Rattazzi Scuderi, born in Aosta in 1998 to an Italian-Vietnamese family, moved to Rome after graduating in fine arts and graphics, and obtained a degree in Media Studies. She followed a year of courses in Cinema and Audiovisual at the Sorbonne in Paris. There she made her first short film, La dernière lueur du soir.

After her studies, she began working on the movie sets of Gaspar Noé, Roman Polanski and Abel Ferrara. During her years of training in the field she worked as a camera operator, assistant in editing and set designer, alongside Jean Rabasse, Sean Price Williams and Ken Kelsch.

In the summer of 2023 she was a finalist in the Gianandrea Mutti Prize by the Cineteca di Bologna, with the subject of her new film Saigon, now in development.

Genesi / Written and shot by Karin Scuderi
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