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New York-based Filippo Brunamonti writes for the Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Winner of the Amerigo Prize (Under 35) for foreign correspondents, he has reported on the world of arts, human rights, politics and finance for RAI (Italian public tv) and publications such as L’Espresso, Il Venerdì di Repubblica, Il Sole 24 Ore, Wired, The Huffington Post, El Mercurio, The Brooklyn Rail. He contributed to the special 50th Anniversary Kennedy for CNN International. He’s been leading the international video production of the Google’s Visual Lab on behalf of Blink Media, and the World Health Organization’s response to COVID-19 in Cox’s Bazar and Lebanon. He worked as music consultant for Roberto Minervini’s What You Gonna Do When The World’s On Fire? (Venice 75 Competition). One of his essays joined the many renowned research books housed at The New York Public Library For The Performing Arts. He has interviewed Academy Award-winning directors such as Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone and Steven Spielberg, actors-producers (Leonardo DiCaprio, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Nicole Kidman, Joaquin Phoenix, Meryl Streep), musicians (Green Day, Moby, Nick Cave, among others), covered the top dog film festivals (Venice, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance, Tribeca, SXSW) and written reportage stories in English, French, German, Russian and Italian on subjects as varied as the Detroit bankruptcy, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hotel Chelsea renovation and Islamophobia in the United States. He’s been honored with an Extraordinary Ability Green Card.

Areas of Expertise

  • Feature Writing
  • Multimedia Reporting
  • Video Production
  • Data Journalism


  • Italian
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Russian