Giulia Savorani is a visual artist and filmmaker who works with video, animation, analogue and digital audiovisual techniques, installations and painting. She graduated in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, and later deepened her studies in filmmaking at the Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti in Milan. In 2019 she obtained her master's degree Moving Images Art at the Iuav University of Venice.
Her films and installations have been presented at Closing soon (Athens Greece, 2021) Kinolikbez (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2021) T-short Film Online Festival, Experimental film out-of-competition (Lithuania 2021), International Short Film Festival Canton (China 2020), Short Movie Film Club Festival (Minsk Belarus, 2020), Green Ideal Biennale Technology Paratissima (Torino 2020), Biennale IKSV parallel events (Istanbul, 2019), Macro Asilo (Rome, 2019), 55th and 52nd Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema di Pesaro, Filmmaker Festival (Milan Italy, 2016, 2018, 2019), Invideo 27th international video and film festival (Milan Italy, 2017). She participated in artistic residencies at Closing soon (Athens 2021), Bains Connective (Brussels 2014) and Re-framing home movies (Cagliari, Turin, Bergamo, 2017), Creative residencies curated by Cristina Muccioli (Mondolfo (PU) 2012).
Since 2019 she has collaborated as audio video operator for Zapruder Filmmakersgroup. She works as a teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sanremo (IT). In 2021 she realised the animated film for the exhibition The Glass Ark, animals in the Pierre Rosenberg collection, at Le stanze del Vetro, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice.