The Jury for Detour 2013 is composed by Giuseppe Piccioni (President), Anita Caprioli, Paolo Cottignola, Efraim Medina Reyes, Alessandro Rossetto.

Giuseppe Piccioni
Giuseppe Piccioni, director, screenwriter and producer among the most interesting in the Italian scene, debuted in 1987 with his first feature film, Il grande Blek, which obtained the Nastro d’Argento and was successfully presented at the Official Selection of the Berlinale. With Chiedi la luna, in 1991, he was awarded the Grolla d’Oro for Best Director, and the protagonist Margherita Buy won the Sacher d’Oro. Condannato a nozze (1992) was followed by Cuori al verde (1995), bittersweet comedy about three forty-year-olds in crisis. In 1999 he shot Fuori dal mondo: this film was acclaimed by critics and audiences alike and won him 5 David di Donatello, among which was Best Film. In 2001 he participated in the Venice Film Festival with Luce dei miei occhi; both its protagonists, Luigi Lo Cascio and Sandra Ceccarelli, were awarded the Coppa Volpi. La vita che vorrei (2004), Giulia non esce la sera (2009) and Il rosso e il blu (2012) with Riccardo Scamarcio and Margherita Buy, are his latest films.


Anita Caprioli
Anita Caprioli is one of the most highly-regarded actresses on the panorama of Italian cinema in the past few years; she has acted in numerous films, including: First Snowfall by Andrea Segre (2013); Immaturi and Immaturi – Il viaggio by Paolo Genovese (2011 and 2012); Corpo celeste by Alice Rohrwacher (2011), which earned her a nomination for the David di Donatello Awards and the Nastri d’Argento for Best Supporting Actress; We Can Do That by Giulio Manfredonia, The Demons of St. Petersburg by Giuliano Montaldo (2008); Non pensarci by Gianni Zanasi (2007); The Manual of Love by Giovanni Veronesi (2005); What Fault Is It of Ours? by Carlo Verdone (2003); Santa Maradona by Marco Ponti, Vajont by Renzo Martinelli (2001); Teeth by Gabriele Salvatores (2000); Tutti giù per terra by Davide Ferrario (1997).

Paolo Cottignola
Paolo Cottignola has signed the editing of many important Italian films in the last twenty years. He has collaborated with many directors and in particular with Ermanno Olmi and Carlo Mazzacurati. In 2002 he received David di Donatello Award as Best Editing for The Profession of Arms by Olmi, and he was nominated for the same award with La giusta distanza by Mazzacurati again in 2008. Among the several titles in his filmography are: The legend of the Holy Drinker (1988), The Profession of Arms (2001), Singing Behind Screens (2003), One Hundred Nails (2007), Terra madre (documentary, 2009), The Cardboard Village (2011) by Olmi; David’s Summer (1998), the series Ritratti dedicated to Mario Rigoni Stern, Andrea Zanzotto and Luigi Meneghello (1999-2002), Holy Tongue (2000), An Italian Romance (2004), The Right Distance (2007), The Passion (2010), Sei Venezia (documentary, 2010) and Medici con l’Africa (documentary, 2012) by Mazzacurati.

Efraim Medina Reyes
Efraim Medina Reyes was born in Cartagena in 1967 and now lives in Colombia and Italy. He debuted in 1988 with the book Seis informes, followed by the award-winning short novels Cinema Albero (Fusi Orari) in 1995 (Premio Nacional de literatura). C’era una volta l’amore ma ho dovuto ammazzarlo (2002), Tecniche di masturbazione tra Batman e Robin (2004), La sessualità della Pantera Rosa (2006), Quello che ancora non sai del Pesce Ghiaccio (2013) were published by Feltrinelli.
He has directed the film Esercizio dell’anima, he writes for the theatre, he collaborates with the magazine “Internazionale” and is a member of 7 Torpes Band.

Alessandro Rossetto
Alessandro Rossetto has studied Cinema and Anthropology in Bologna and Paris. He is a film-maker, director and director of photography and camera operator. In 1997 he directed his first documentary film Il Fuoco di Napoli, which was then followed by Bibione Bye Bye One (1999), Chiusura (2002), Feltrinelli (2006), Raul (2007, one of the chapters of L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio: I diari del ritorno), all Internationally distributed and presented at some of the world’s biggest film festivals. In 2010 the New York Documentary Film Festival dedicated a retrospective to his work. His first feature film Small Homeland (2013) has been presented in 70. Venice Film Festival – Orizzonti Competition.