Gabriele Fabbro was born in 1996, in Milan, Italy. He's an award winning film director graduated from New York Film Academy with a BFA degree in Filmmaking. Since 2011, he wrote, directed and produced more than 20 productions including short films, music videos, documentaries and commercials. He's known for his work on "8", "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", "The Waltz of the Monsters" and "Two Steps Away" that gained him over 50 nominations and awards. His latest short film screened at the 76 Venice Film Festival under the Giornate Degli Autori official program.
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INTERVIEW WITH GABRIELE FABBRO
"I TELL THE STORY OF MUSIC. I believe a score is not just an accompaniment to the visual. As a director I’m fighting against this stereotypical conception. Each composition carries its own sincere story to tell. My job is to translate those notes into a script."
IL SOGNO AMERICANO DEL CARATESE GABRIELE FABBRO
"L’immediatezza visiva penso arrivi dalla storia dell’arte, dalla bellezza dei posti meravigliosi che ci sono in Italia, che abituano l’occhio a ragionare in termini di luci e colori."
MEET GABRIELE FABBRO OF G&F PICTURES IN BURBANK
Our job as directors is to make people feel, no matter what the budget is. A great director is always that carpenter that knows how to build grand things out of small things. It has never been the opposite.
CINEMA IS A LIE BUT I LOVE IT
We are missing magic in the world, and we need to bring it back with the aid of cinema. It's such a beautiful thing to fall in love with an ideal character. It's the matter of taking a realistic scenario and making it special; sometimes it's the camera, sometimes it's the characters, but it has to feel special. We need that.
76 VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
The Italian born, US based director Gabriele Fabbro stops by our studios in Venice to talk about his short film 8, shown here at the 76th edition of the Mostra Internazionale del Cinema di Venezia.
SHORT FILM REVIEW
Shooting pool hasn't been this intense since The Hustler. Gabriele Fabbro's short film 8 is a stylish and thrilling tale of a pool player hoping to find redemption, loaded with brilliant camera trickery and an engulfing atmosphere.