Gian Antonio Stella, from Vicenza, writes editorials and articles on politics, economics and society for “Corriere della Sera”, the same newspaper where he has virtually grown as a journalist, after working his way up and being hired by the afternoon newspaper “Corriere d’Informazione”. In 2010, with Sergio Rizzo, he edited the series Visioni d’Italia for “Corriere della Sera”, which talks about the settings of the Italian unification. In 2011, once again with Sergio Rizzo, he wrote the screenplay for Silvio Forever, a biographical documentary on Silvio Berlusconi. During his career he was awarded, among many others, the Ischia Prize (1997), the È Giornalismo Prize (1998), the El Mundo Prize (2008) and the Hrant Dink Prize (2012). He is the author of many books, such as Schei (Mondadori, 1996), Dio Po (Baldini & Castoldi, 1996), Lo spreco (Mondadori, 1998), Tribù (Mondadori, 2001), L’orda (Rizzoli, 2001) and Il maestro magro (Rizzoli, 2005); with Sergio Rizzo he wrote La casta (Rizzoli, 2007), La Deriva (Rizzoli, 2008), Vandali (Rizzoli, 2011), Licenziare i padreterni (Rizzoli, 2011), I misteri di via dell’Amorino (Rizzoli, 2012), Se muore il Sud (Feltrinelli, 2013) and Bolli, sempre bolli, fortissimamente bolli: La guerra infinita alla burocrazia (Feltrinelli, 2016).
Event 29th June, Piazza Sant’Antiocru 12.00, Mezzogiorno di Fuoco