Tina Fallani | Kent State University

Tina Fallani


Tina Fallani

Tina Fallani earned her degree in Film Editing, Video and Film at the Scuola del Cinema, Regione Lombardia RAI, Italian Radio and Television Network. She earned her diploma in Script Writing with Tonino Guerra at Evviva Il Cinema, Repubblica di San Marino and studied Law at the University of Florence. She started teaching History of Italian Cinema in 1992 in Florence and currently teaches for Georgetown University Villa le Balze, Studio Art Centers International and Santa Reparata. Since 2013 Prof. Fallani has taught Italian Cinema at Kent State University Florence. She has worked on many feature films, including: first assistant film editor, The Secret Garden, directed by Agnieszka Holland; assistant film editor, Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola; first assistant film editor, The Godfather Trilogy, directed by Francis Ford Coppola; assistant film editor, Godfather III, directed by Francis Ford Coppola; assistant film editor, Henry and June, directed by Phil Kaufman; film and sound editor, The Neon Empire, directed by Larry Penn; sound editor, Mountains of the Moon, directed by Bob Rafelson; assistant sound editor, Dead Poets Society, directed by Peter Weir; film and sound editor for post-production, Best Shot, Fantasy Film Ltd.; translation consultant on Willow, directed by George Lucas; film and sound editor, Of Men and Angels, directed by William Farley; and worked on The Unbearable Lightness of Being, directed by Phil Kaufman. She has been a jury member at the San Francisco International Film Festival and a coordinator of the Florence Film Festival.

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