Fabio Zuliani is a film director, poet and naturalistic philosopher, originally from Valchiusella (Italy).
Zuliani has found himself in a Californian desert, and he is a scholar and connoisseur of 1960s and 1970s American art, especially the films of Stanley Kubrick.
Having graduated from high school in classical studies, he has been a guest on the “Maurizio Costanzo Show” (a famous Italian talk show) on several occasions, and it was here that he gained national recognition as a poet. His meeting with the great actor Carmelo Bene, in 1994, marked a significant turning point in both his creative and personal life.
Zuliani has also made a number of independent films, such as “PLAY”, an award-winner at several important specialist film festivals, and “THE HOUSE WITH ARCHED WINDOWS”.
In 2008, he made his foray into the world of cabaret with the sexy comedy “MR RAVEN SHOW”, in which Zuliani plays 15 different characters, and presents for the first time to the public his legendary character “Ninuzzo”.
His chief interest outside the artistic field is the perception of the great forces of the expanding universe.
“Play” (feature film, 1988-2002)
“Poïesis” (short film, 1992-1996)
“The House With Arched Windows” (feature film, 2000)
“Mr Raven Show” (feature film, 2008-2011)
“The Making of Play” (short film, 2012)
“Matera è lontana” (Matera Is Far Away, feature film, 2013-2015)
“La finestra che cammina” (The Walking Window, poems, 1999)
“Deep Blue Poems” (poems, 2007)
“La vanità inferiore” (The Lowermost Vanity, novel, 2008)