Enzo Tedeschi

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Enzo Tedeschi
Born (1976-11-26) 26 November 1976 (age 40)
Occupation Film producer, film editor, screenwriter

Enzo Tedeschi (born 26 November 1976) is an Australian screenwriter, television and film editor and producer.[1]

Tedeschi was the supervising editor on the Australian adventure-travel series, Things To Try Before You Die, editor of the ASTRA Award winning children's program, Gardening for Kids with Madi, and producer and editor of the feature-length documentary, Food Matters.

He has also worked with directors Shane Abbess (Gabriel), Carlo Ledesma (The Last One) and Valentino del Toro. In 2008, he produced and edited the World War I short film Ghosts of War, directed by David Sander.

In 2010, Enzo teamed up with fellow producer Julian Harvey to form Distracted Media. The first project for that production company, crowd-funded horror/thriller film The Tunnel,[2] was released on DVD, TV and through BitTorrent online downloading platforms on 18 May 2011, simultaneously. The film was directed by Carlo Ledesma and co-written, co-produced and co-edited by Julian Harvey and Enzo Tedeschi.


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