Filmmaker, Video Maker. Director. Producer. Photographer. Author. Musician. Composer. Audio engineer. Sound designer.
The film and its shorts have competed in more than 100 film festivals around the world, winning Best Film, Best Short, Production, Cinematography and Editing.
14 Awards and 31 Official Selection in International Festivals, highlighting:
67th San Francisco International Film Festival SFFILM 2024/5.
Qualifies for Oscar. Cinema Eye Honors and the Golden Gate Awards.
Audience Choice Awards 2023
TIFF Filmmakers Lab (Toronto, Canada)
76th Cannes Film Festival. Official Short Film Section.
Spot The Composer MDF Cannes 2023.
Lift-Off Sessions IFF 2023.
Tokyo Film Festival
Toronto International Film Festival
Canadian Independent Film Festival
New York Film Festival
Los Angeles Film Festival
New Jersey Film Festival
Dallas Independent Film Festival
Dallas Film Festival
Texas Film Festival
San Francisco Film Festival
San Francisco Independent Film Festival
Miami International Film Festival
Mexico Shorts Film Festival
Barcelona International Film Festival
Barcelona Indie Awards Festival
Catalunya Film Festival
Paris Film Festival
Cannes Short Film Festival
Amsterdam Film Festival
Milan Film Festival
Rome Independent Film Festival
Venice Film Festival
Berlin Indie Film Festival
Lebanese Independent Film Festival - LIFF
Korean Film Festival
Shanghai International Film Festival
International Film Festival India
Sydney Short Film Festival
Melbourne Independent Film Festival
Nikon Film Festival. 2023-2024.
Sony World Photography Awards 2023.
GFX Challenge 2022-2023 FUJIFILM.
He competed at the 76th Cannes Film Festival with a film and as a composer in Spot The Composer organized by SACEM and the Marché du Film 2023.
In October 2023: Lucio Stoppello finishing as an audience choice finalist in London in the First-Time Filmmaker, and was invited by the Student Banquet, English Society Sorbonne University and CINE FAC to a debate and film screening.
2 YEARS in International Festivals with the film, and series of shorts of “RAMIREZ, folk musical drama”. The longest promotional tour in E.R. history.
“RAMÍREZ, Folk Musical Drama”, feature film, shorts from the play, miniseries and a Series scripted by Daniel González Rebolledo, original music and choir and orchestra direction by Eduardo Retamar and a cast of 41 Argentine artists.
It will be available in 2024 for cinema, TV, new media and streaming platforms. It is multiplatform transmedia content for all types of devices.
Lucio Stoppello is a sound, audio and video engineer with 30 years of experience recording content for radio, television and advertising.
Lucio V creates soundscapes, SFX, foley effects, soundtracks, trailers and music for advertising, series and films. Arrangements of soundtracks for the series WestWorld and Bridgerton, with pieces recorded at Spitfire Studios, with its Symphony Orchestra and BBC London Symphony Orchestra. Records with the best composers and performers in the world, at Air Studios, Abbey Road or SA Recordings.
Member of the Association of Sound Engineers. Since 2012 he mixes with the masters Michael Brauer, Eddie Kramer, Tony Maserati, Joe Chiccarelli, Hans Zimmer, Ed Cherney, Sylvia Massy, Steve Albini, Manny Marroquin, Jack Joseph Puig, Greg Wells, Timbaland, Larry Klein, John Powell, Jack Antonoff, Bob ClearMountain, Rafa Sardina, Finneas O'Connell, John Greenham, Al Schmitt, Andrew Scheps, Chris Lord-Alge, Andy Wallace, Alan Parsons and Alan Meyerson.
His most recent intervention in the content of Warner Pictures' “Black Adam” (2022) with Dwayne Johnson, Pierce Brosnan and a stellar cast. He previously participated in pieces such as “The Dark Tower” (2017) with a soundtrack by Junkie XL. OST and SFX arrangements for Hans Zimmer's Bleeding Fingers "Destiny's Door" (2012).
He attended the International Film Festivals of Berlin, Cannes, Biennale Cinema di Venezia, San Sebastian, the Golden Globes ceremony and the Academy Awards in 2017 and 2018. Since 2020 he has attended and participated, online and streaming, in these and other events. .
In film and production he has received master classes from directors such as Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard, Spike Lee, Judd Apatow, Jodie Foster and several master classes with Werner Herzog. At Cannes 2017 he attended a masterclass with Clint Eastwood. The same year he met the legendary maestro Ennio Morricone at the 59th Grammy Awards, and the great Alessandro Alessandroni, the great maestro who composed more than 40 movie soundtracks and countless works.