Camilla Rizzi

Camilla Rizzi was born on 25th May 1995 in Cremona, where she attended the D. Manin high school. She graduated at University of Milan in Humanities for Communication and then graduated in Theatre Management at Paolo Grassi Theatre School, in Milan.
While studying, she worked at the Press Office of the Piccolo Teatro of Milan and La Biennale di Venezia (dance, music and theatre sectors), where she also hold the role, from 2018, during the days of the Festival, of junior assistant of the Artistic Director of the Venice Film Festival, Alberto Barbera. She also worked as an intern in the Organization and Logistic Office of InEquilbrio 2018 Festival, organized by Armunia association.
She currently works in the Organization and Production Office of Societas Raffaello Sanzio Company.

Anna Formilan

Freelance illustrator and collaborator of cultural festivals, she alternates her working year between moments of great intimacy and creative production of illustrations and artistic projects to more dynamic moments in which she collaborates in various ways with the organizational machines of cultural film and theater festivals.
Among others: Trento Film Festival, Tutti nello stesso Piatto, Level, Pergine Festival. She has collaborated with the Rome Film Fest, the Festival dei Popoli, Mawazine and the Etonnants-Voyageurs Rabat-Salé Festival.

Anna Formilan’s journey at Crossing the sea

Domenico Garofalo


Domenico Garofalo, born in 1987, is a manager and promoter in the field of contemporary dance, from Naples.
He carried out various experiences in the field of production and organization of festivals such as RavelloFestival and Napoli Teatro Festival Italia. He worked then as Production Manager for Movimento Danza – National Dance Promotion Body in Naples, directed by Gabriella Stazio and with Claudio Malangone’s Borderline Danza company.
He currently works as a manager and promoter for the dancer and choreographer Luna Cenere and the Company Körper and for the company gruppo nanou and the choreographer Masako Matsushita, gathered in a project named ULTRA, together with Daniele Albanese.

Domenico Garofalo’s journey at Crossing the sea

Vittoria Lombardi

Vittoria Lombardi was born in 1990 in Alessandria. Graduated in International Studies of Development and Cooperation with a thesis on constitutional law on housing policies and social housing in Italy, she currently lives in Milan and has been involved in cultural project management and performing arts development since 2012.
Throughout her collaborations she has held roles of administrative and production secretariat; she has been press office, responsible for the promotion and distribution of live entertainment, social media manager and project manager. Thanks to her heterogeneous experiences, she has acquired a solid systemic view of the cultural production sector.
In 2017 she graduated from Fondazione Fitzcarraldo’s Master on Cultural Project Management and between November 2018 and February 2019 he attended the “Master in European Project Management, Project Funding and Access to European Funding” at Il Sole 24ore Business School (Rome).
She is currently working as production manager and curator with independent artists and with institutionally recognized companies based in Italy and abroad (Switzerland and France) and as a project manager with different institutions.
In respect of the specificity of each artistic production, she deals with fundraising, promotion and diffusion in the field of performing arts through coherent strategies with the aim of a broader diffusion among heterogeneous audiences. Her methods and strategies are in line with the idea of art and culture as elements of social transformation for the promotion of cohesive communities and conscious individuals. She works in an international perspective, with particular attention to the transversality of partnerships and funding policies promoted by the European Union.
She is a member of Progetto C.Re.S.Co and editor of Krapp’s Last Post theatre and performing arts webzine.

Vittoria Lombardi’s journey at Crossing the sea