Dialogue and sound editor, winner of a David di Donatello for best sound in Matteo Garrone’s Dogman and nominated twice more (with Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name and Gabriele Mainetti’s Freaks Out).
An Alexandrian by birth, he has worked between Rome and London on projects by Pierre Morel, Stefano Sollima Kenneth Branagh, the D’Innocenzo brothers, Peter Cattaneo, Roberto Faenza, as well as the aforementioned Guadagnino, with whom he has collaborated since A Bigger Splash, Garrone and Mainetti.
He is a founding partner of Audiokids, a software house specializing in audio post production software, whose products are used by hundreds of professionals worldwide.
Devoted to popularization and education, he has taught at Femis (école nationale supérieure des métiers de l’image et du son) in Paris, the National Film School of Denmark, and the “Gian Maria Volonté” School of Cinematographic Art.


Sound Artist / Sound Designer / Music Producer
Enrico Ascoli works in sound art exhibitions, multimedia installations, documentary films, animation movies, field recordings, advertising and cognitive research. He makes electroacoustic music and experimental sound installations and performances. His recent music projects are edited/composed using processed location recordings; in performance and installations he sometimes combines these with everyday life objects and food cooking processes to create pieces which move between the abstract and the sociocultural perspective.


Giulia Tagliavia was born in Palermo, where she studied Pianoforte and Composition, graduating with honors from the “A. Scarlatti” Conservatory.
She is a pianist with PMCE, the resident ensemble of the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, with which she performs concerts in the field of contemporary music in international festivals such as Biennale Musica in Venice, Romaeuropa, Ravenna Festival.
He has composed the music for documentary films that have been presented in some of the most important film festivals: Berlinale (“Le Mura di Bergamo” by Stefano Savona), Venice Days (“Il Palazzo” by Federica Di Giacomo), Cannes Film Festival (“Samouni Road” by Stefano Savona, Œild’or Award for Best Documentary), Locarno Film Festival (“Amori e Metamorfosi” by Yanira Yariv), and also Turin Film Festival, IDFA, Biografilm, Rome Film Festival. He has also signed the soundtrack for documentaries aired on RAI, HBO, Arte, France tv, Sky and, in 2023, of the Netflix original docu-series “The Prince.”
He lives in Rome, and teaches composition at the “N.Sala” Conservatory of Benevento.