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Angelo Giammarresi was born in the splendid and sunny Sicily at the end of the 1950s. Over the years he has devoted himself to in-depth visual perception, colour psychology and visual storytelling techniques. Director, documentary filmmaker, video editing teacher, multimedia producer, self-taught ethnographer in 1989 he founded his audiovisual company, World On Communications, and produced over 80 documentaries on tourism and culture. Author of multimedia masterpieces on the indigenous culture of the central forest: Mapiniki: Interactive History Of Our Ashaninka-Yanesha Native Community And Interactive Stories Of Our Ashaninka-Yanesha Tradition in an exclusive format with texts, audio clips, video popups and photographic carousels, has recently realized the ethnographic film NA'PA CHOMOCH - PALLERR YANESHA on the life of a wise Yanesha in the third millennium are two masterpieces of the new multimedia project "My Indigenous Roots", dedicated to the transcription of oral traditions of indigenous peoples.
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