Alessandro Defilippi

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Alessandro Defilippi is an Italian writer and screenwriter.

Born in Turin, he works as a psychoanalyst.[1] His published works include the gothic tales collection Una lunga consuetudine (Sellerio, 1994) and two novels, Locus Animae (Passigli, 1999), a psychological thriller, and Angeli (Passigli 2002), a gothic novel with themes of mysticism, politics, ethics and philosophy.

He also worked on the screenplay for Prendimi l'anima, directed by Roberto Faenza, and has written poetry.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arriva l'Autunno Nero – Festival Di Folklore e Cultura Horror" (in Italian). Fantasy Magazine. 19 November 2009. Retrieved 8 February 2011.