Guzzanti Sabina

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Sabina Guzzanti


Actress-author of theatrical and television satire and director of feature films, with her unmistakable verve and irony, she has always carried on with her sharp interventions, her point of view on the actuality. After a long television experience in cult programs, where she participated as an author and performer, she focuses her attention on telling the truth on the dark events of contemporary Italian history. In the 2000s, she presents several programs, including “Raiot”, suppressed by RAI after the first episode for political reasons, despite the very high ratings. In 2012, after nine years of absence, Sabina Guzzanti returns to television, on La7, with a new program, Un, due Tre Stella. In the same year, after a long work of research and writing, he began shooting his latest film, La Trattativa, presented during the 71st Venice International Film Festival: a precise analysis of a dark chapter in the history of the Italian Republic and a reflection on the effects of the so-called negotiation between the State and the Mafia on our democracy. She was a guest of the Liberevento Cultural Festival in 2023 on the occasion of the XII edition with the book “ANonniMus: Vecchi rivoluzionari contro giovani robot” (Ed. HarperCollins 2023).


  • March 7th, 2021 - 5.00 pm | What can freediving teach? What can we learn from the experience of a man who decides to challenge the laws of nature to understand how far he can go?

  • March 21st 2021 - h 5.00 pm | London, 1870. Thirty-three years have passed since Victoria took the throne, in popular jubilation: an eighteen-year-old not beautiful, but lively, intelligent and above all strong-willed.

  • March 25th 2021, h 5.00 pm | A ghost story starring Dante Alighieri today. For six hundred and ninety-nine years, for one night only, the Eternal Father has made him come down from Paradise to Florence to pay for his exc

  • April 3rd 2021, h 5.00 pm | When one of the cigar makers - the tobacco manufacturers - goes to ask her for help, Clara Simon doesn't know what to do. She is a beautiful girl, with those almond-shaped eyes inherited from