Giordano Giulivi, the director of “The Demon of Laplace”, was born in Rome on August 17, 1974. After his education in humanities, his passion for audiovisual techniques led him to work as an editor at Italian National Television.
Always attracted by the imaginary and the mysterious, interpreted in a philosophical and scientific way, as shown by his passion for astronomy, he found in making movies his mean of expression, conceiving and telling stories that reflect his interests and fantasies. He has therefore dedicated himself to the cinema taking care of all the aspects related to the realization of a film, seen as a unitary and integrated activity, including the creation of the story, writing the script down to the smallest details, directing and final editing.
He has devoted time and attention to this passion, with a continuous process of training and learning by doing that has led him to the management of also innovative techniques, applied with accuracy, method and perseverance that ensure the high quality of the product, despite the limited resources available.
One example is the scenery of his films, conceived and made by himself, by manually building some elements, and using more and more systematically computer tools, such as Computer Graphics, in a coherent way with the expressive needs of his films.
Giordano is an independent director, screenwriter of his films and co-producer of the same.
The first video and short film production activities are from 1990.
Then he made two feature films that have received international recognition.
Apollo 54 – 2007
First feature film. Sci-fi comedy, it won the “Spirit Award” and the “Best Editing Award” at the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2008 and was in competition at the Seattle International Film Festival of the same year. It has earned the definition of “sci-fi spaghetti” by some US film critics.
The Laplace’s Demon – 2016
Second feature film. Sci-fi thriller inspired by American classical movies, as described in this press kit. It should be considered the film of the artistic maturity of the director.