Lorenzo Esposito, born in Rome, works as a film programmer in the Locarno Festival’s selection committee since 2013. He worked on programs for the Venice Festival in 2001, the Turin Festival from 2002 to 2006 and the Rome Festival in 2007. He writes for several Italian newspapers and magazines and has published numerous monographs and articles on cinema. He’s the editor of the online cinema magazine Film Parlato. Since 2003 he has been working for Fuori Orario, a program of the Italian public TV channel Rai Tre, curating shows about films and directors. He has authored Carpenter, Romero, Cronenberg. Discorso sulla cosa (Editori Riuniti 2004); Il digitale non esiste (Liguori 2009); and a collection of short stories, Il prossimo villaggio (Caratteri Mobili 2011).