Il Mondo Insieme -
Interview to Mattia Cialoni
In November 2021 I was invited to the Tv program: "Il Mondo Insieme", with Licia Colò, to talk about my two parallel careers as Intensive Care Nurse and Wildlife Filmmaker, ready to launch the new documentary I've been working on: "My Neighbour is a Bear". Filmed in the heart of the Italian Apennines it is the final film of the MA Wildlife Filmmaking at the University of West England in Bristol, in partnership with BBC Natural History Unit.
BBC Earth - My Place on Earth -
with Hannah Stitfall
In Juy 2021 I was invited by BBC Earth to take part of an episode of the facebook series presented by Hannah Stitfall: "My Place on Earth".
I talk about Marsican bears and their relation with the inhabitants of the village where I used to film an extraordinary mum bear raising four cubs during the Summer 2020.
ARTE TV - Apennine Mountains - From Abruzzo to Calabria
In September 2020, while I was shooting my documentary: "My Neighbour is a Bear" I took part of a international documentary where I played the role of myself as a student filmmaker willing to make a film about the Marsican bear.
I also provided ARTE TV with some archive shots of the bear family I've been filming during that Summer.
The Magic of the Forest -
camera & drone
A short clip I filmed in the Forest of Dean, UK in a scenic Autumnal morning.
Red Light Skyscraper - Yūgen -
Live in Bristol
In October 2019 I produced a live clip of the post-rock Italian band: "Red Light Skyscraper" live at The Old England in Bristol.
Svalbard - Living the Arctic
At 78˚ north, lying halfway between Norway and the North Pole, Svalbard is a wild land of glaciers and frozen tundra.
Summer in Svalbard is a composition of ice melting, sun shining, animals breeding, landscape changing.
The rich variety of the wildlife and the sense of peacefulness that this island gave me is something that I hold dear in my special memories.
Abruzzo - Into the Wild
With snow-capped mountains, crystal-clear rivers and lush beech woodlands, the Abruzzo mountains in central Italy offered me the chance to observe some of the country's most iconic animals such as wolves, bears, chamois.
Not to forget the big number of species living in the woods. I visited and explored these areas for many years now. During the long time of hiking, waiting, camouflaged inside a bush or hidden behind a rock, I have learnt a lot about the mountain wildlife and their behaviour.