Giuseppe (Giugge) Circelli (he/ him) is a cinematographer and director born and raised in Tuscany.
He specialised in cinematography in the Academy of Cinema in Lucca. He loves to feed his artistic soul and his curiosity by experimenting in different forms of art such as photography, music, podcasting, videography.
He loves working in black and white for two reasons: it allows the viewer to focus better on the story and also because he himself suffers from dyschromatopsia, a mild form of colour blindness that makes you perceive colours differently than most people.
From 2017 he started working as a camera assistant on some short film sets, improving his technical knowledge of the film medium. In 2019 he was in charge of his first experience as the cinematographer of “Chest Play”, a musical short film. His most recent cinematography project was “Non saper amare”, a fully funded short film by Edoardo Martinelli.
Along with photography, he began to tell some stories of various themes and various genres, as a director: "Tacet", "The Hussars are coming", "What happens if it falls", "Anthology of nine souls on their way to death “.
His collaboration with director Penelope Zouganeli started soon after and giving rise to a trilogy of life, death and art (Anthology of nine souls on their way to death, Por El Cuello, Alexandria) which won 2 awards for editing.