Actor, Writer, Director, Producer
Fabio appeared in Sally Potter's The Man Who Cried, as Bruce Wayne's chef in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins, as Pinochet's lieutenant in the BBC production Pinochet's Progress and as a protagonist in the short film Italian Breakfast, directed by Rami Dvir. He co-produced a documentary about the Somer's Town festival of culture with cameraman Cosimo Trisolini.
He has played the protagonist in The Exhausts punk video called Andalusia. In 2010 he wrote, produced, directed and starred as the lead in Where Do Spies Go When They Die? This film was based on his idea with Cosimo Trisolini.
Additionally, Fabio voices commercials, adverts and video promotions.
Lex Van Delden
At a young age Cosimo became intersted in visual art; films, comics, soundtracks and music.
Later as a graphic designer he worked for Punk, New Wave and Heavy Metal groups, creating posters and record covers for bands such as South East Rebels, Grendel, Wurgengel and Skizo in his native Bari, Italy.
He wrote and illustrated a short science fiction graphic novel and took on the responsibility of the graphics, organisation and promotion of a science fiction festival.
He completed a year long camera and editing course before moving to London in the 90's. Cosimo shot and edited The Somers Town's Festival of Cultures documentary which he co-produced with his friend Fabio Cardascia. This experience enabled them to move on to narrative film making.
Where Do Spies Go When They Die? was shot by him from a mutual idea of the two.
He is a great connoisseur of Comic Art and collector of it.
Music, Sound and Video Editor