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Alex Infascelli


Alex Infascelli was born in Rome in 1967. At the age of 21 he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his musical career. After playing in several local bands he found a job as production assistant for Propaganda Films, working his way up to 2nd A.D. and collaborating with several directors including Dominic Sena, Rebecca Blake, Mark Romanek and Mark ... See full bio »

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Known For

Almost Blue
Almost Blue Director
(2000)
S Is for Stanley
S Is for Stanley Director
(2015)
DeGenerazione
DeGenerazione Director
(1994)
H2Odio
H2Odio Director
(2006)

Filmography

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 2015 S Is for Stanley (Documentary)
 2009 Nel nome del male (TV Movie)
 2008 Donne assassine (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Laura (2008)
- Patrizia (2008)
- Chiara (2008)
 2006 H2Odio (Video)
 2005 A risentirci più tardi (TV Movie documentary)
 2003 L'ultimo giorno (Short)
 2000 Almost Blue
 1996 Esercizi di stile (segment "Se le rose pungeranno")
 1994 DeGenerazione (segment "Vuoto a rendere")
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Trivia:

Son of Roberto Infascelli. Grandchild of Carlo Infascelli. Nephew of Paolo Infascelli. Cousin of Roberto Infascelli.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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