Massimo Mucchiut is a freelance video-maker specialised in documentary filmmaking, both as CINEMATOGRAPHER and VIDEO EDITOR, and a PHOTOGRAPHER specialised in reportage photography. In the past years, he's been active in the field of human rights, collaborating with established NGO's especially in the Middle-East, and producing content in the form of DOCUMENTARY, VISIBILITY and PROMO VIDEOS for fund rising campaigns. He's been working also in the field of advertising for several years with Google Partner Ad Agencies. He's a flexible and independent traveller with high social and humanistic skills. His office fits in a backpack, so to reach easily the most remote corners of the globe and produce independently a comprehensive range of different types of productions, and deliver assignment from anywhere with flexibility. He can produce tailored content with the highest standard for moving and still picture, sound and aerials. He's fluent (speaking/writing) in English, Spanish, Slovene and Italian (mother tongue). Flexible, reliable and easy going. Among his former clients/collaborations/publishers: Un Ponte Per, United World Colleges, Replay, Springfestival, Toyota, Current TV, Erasmus+, Internazionale. Shooting equipments: CAMERAS Panasonic GH5 (4K) Canon XF400 (4K) LENSES Olympus Zuiko 7-14mm 2.8 Panasonic Lumix DG Vario 12-60mm 2.8-4.0 Panasonic Lumix 25mm 1.7 Olympus Digital 70-300mm 4.0-5.6 MICS & TRANSMITTERS Røde VideoMic NTG Røde VideoMic Pro Sennheiser lavalier mic + EW100 g2 SOUND RECORDER Tascam DR-05X GIMBAL Zhiyun Crane 2s ACTION CAM GoPro Hero DRONE DJI Mini 2 WEBSITE www.lyno-leum.com www.primipiani.net
Two young adults walk in a field behind the village which once was a refugee camp. The Iranian community based in Barika, Iraqi Kurdistan experience the paradox of living in a open space although they can't basically move out of the region.
Old man directing traffic in the city centre of Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
Three kids wearing the Champion's League t-shirt into a IDP's camp near Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Girl in a kindergarten in Huaylas, a small village in the remote countryside of Peru, between Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Negra.
Businessman in the centre of Istanbul.
Sleeping dog in the center of Uskudar, Istanbul.
Hands of an iron worker in a refugee camp in Barika, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Alen is a 8 years old refugee who looks at the world with his enchanted eyes. This video is part of the national fund rising campaign promoted by Italian NGO Un Ponte Per in favour of minors war victims.
Hornbach, a German DIY chain and Heimat, a Berlin-based advertising agency, have created a promotional campaign with a racist imprint at the expense of Asian women. Over 40.000 signatures were collected through change.org and the Ad was finally removed.
Visibility video shot for NGO Un Ponte Per, active in the Middle-East since nearly 30 years. It was shot in the Kurdish region of Iraq, precisely in Erbil, Sulaymaniyah and Qaraqosh.