Cosimo Alemà

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Cosimo Alemà (born 1970) is an Italian film director and music video director.

Biography[edit]

Cosimo Alemà began working in music videos in the early 1990s, and after several years as an assistant director, he founded his own production company "The Mob".[1] He has directed some 250 music videos for Italian and foreign artists. He has worked with, amongst others Zero Assoluto, Le Vibrazioni, Paola e Chiara, Max Pezzali, i Tiromancino, Anna Tatangelo, Nek, Finley, J-Ax, i Gemelli Diversi, Tiziano Ferro, Ligabue, Giusy Ferreri, Fabri Fibra, Marracash, Subsonica, Gianna Nannini, The Styles and TruceKlan, Club Dogo, and in 2009 Mina.[2]

2011 saw the release of Cosimo's debut feature film 'War Games: At the End of the Day' which was distributed by Universal Pictures.

Music[edit]

Since 2008 he has played guitar and keyboards in New Wave Indie band, Qali. They have produced one album.

Partial Filmography[edit]

  • Quiet, episode of Intolerance (1996) - documentary
  • Tutti intrusi (1997) - film
  • Gonfiate la bambola (2000) - Short film
  • L'ospite perfetto - Room4U con Daniele Persica (2008) - series
  • War Games: At the End of the Day (2010)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bio". www.cosimoalema.co.uk. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Bio" (PDF). The Union. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Nina Zilli: nuovo video L'amore è femmina" (in Italian). Excite.it. 9 May 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2012. 

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