Massimo Mazzucco

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Massimo Mazzucco (born 20 July 1954 in Turin) is an Italian filmmaker who is known for producing documentary films such as The New American Century and Cancer -The Forbidden Cures. Mazzucco is also the editor of[irrelevant citation], an Italian news site concentrating mostly on the September 11 WTC attacks.[citation needed]


Feature films[edit]

  • Summertime - 1982
Winner: De Sica Price, Venice Film Festival 1983.
Valencia Film Festival 1983, Sidney Film Festival 1984
Walter Chiari, Luca Barbareschi.
Winner: Golden Globe Foreign Press (Italy)
Winner: Pasinetti Prize for Best Actor (W. Chiari) Venice Film Festival 1986.
London Film Festival 1986. Melbourne Film Festival 1986
  • Hidden Lens (Obiettivo Indiscreto) - 1992
Luca Barbareschi, Sam Jenkins, Marc De Jonge.
  • Shadow of a Kiss (L'Ombra Abitata) - 1994
Michael York, Charlotte Valandray, Florinda Bolkan.
  • Aaron Gillespie Will Make You a Star - 1996
Scott Caan, Holly Gagnier, Scott Trost.
Final selection, Hollywood Film Festival 1996.
Montreal Film Festival 1996.

Digital Format Documentaries / DVD[edit]

  • Inganno Globale / Global Deceit - 2006
"The first Italian film on 9/11, in 2006 sparked a major debate on the Italian media, after having being broadcast by Berlusconi's Canale 5."[1][citation needed]
  • The New American Century / Il Nuovo Secolo Americano - 2007
"As a follow-up to Global Deceit, The New American Century presents a view of America's historical, philosophical, economical and political background."[1][citation needed]
  • L'altra Dallas / The Other Dallas - 2008
"A documentary on the RFK assassination, also broadcast by Italian TV, that claims the man convicted for the crime -- one Sirhan Bishara Sirhan -- could not have physically killed the US senator."[1][citation needed]
  • I Padroni Del Mondo / The Lords of the World - 2009
"The UFO history and the military persistent interference, both American and Russian, in what seems to be a much larger issue than one would normally believe."[1][citation needed]
  • Cancer: The Forbidden Cures - 2010
"All the successful cures against cancer discovered in the last 100 years, and claims that they were suppressed."[1][citation needed]
  • The True History of Marijuana / La vera storia della Marijuana - 2011
"'The True History of Marijuana' digs deep to expose a world-wide conspiracy, led by the petrochemical industry, that has outlawed one of the most useful plants known to mankind. Cannabis has been used for thousands of years, in almost every culture, in ways you may never have imagined. This shocking DVD will change the way you think about marijuana forever. DVD, 80 minutes."[2][citation needed]
  • September 11 - The New Pearl Harbor - 2013
A 5-hour documentary that claims to rebut of the commonly accepted account of 911 and shows the resulting analysis by The National Institute of Standards and Technology, (NIST), to be deeply and fundamentally flawed.
  • American Moon - 2017
A documentary questioning the veridicity of the Apollo Moon landings.


Some criticism was directed to Mazzucco after his decision, starting September 2008, to publicize an alternative cancer therapy based on Sodium bicarbonate and proposed by Italian ex-doctor Tullio Simoncini. Said therapy is currently unproven, and Simoncini was expelled from the Italian Medical Association after he was tried and found guilty of fraud and manslaughter, since a patient died, allegedly as result of Simoncini's treatment.[3][4][5][6]


  1. ^ a b c d e "MassimoMazzucco - Massimo Mazzucco Films". 2009-09-23. Retrieved 2013-08-01.
  2. ^ The True History of Marijuana -
  3. ^ Tullio Simoncini: Renaissance Man
  4. ^ Mazzucco, Massimo (2008-09-04). "La 'grande eresia' di Tullio Simoncini" [The 'great heresy' of Tullio Simoncini]. Luogo comune (in Italian).
  5. ^ Mazzucco, Massimo (2009-01-28). "Cura il cancro per e-mail" [Cancer Care by email]. Luogo comune (in Italian).
  6. ^ Lavinia, Gianvito (21 May 2006). "Medico condannato: omicidio colposo" [Doctor convicted: manslaughter]. Corriere della Sera (in Italian). Milan.

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