Sandro Bocci is an italian film maker and producer, specialized in experimental naturalistic filming and special effects.
In 2013 he produced and directed his first non-verbal movie “Meta (3.1 / km²)”.
Influenced by studying fractal geometry in nature, Sandro Bocci is experienced in shooting macro/micro and astrophotography. He has developed several short movies about the world of fluid dynamics, cymatics and generally everything related to various scales and movements in natural phenomena.
In 2013 “Meta (3.1 / km²)” won the award for Best Documentary at SIFF (Salento International Film Festival) and in 2015 won for Best Photography at Premio Libero Bizzarri concorso Italia Doc. Sandro Bocci has recently collaborated with the production of the film Voyage of Time and Song to Song by Terrence Malick, and Nat Geo/Nutopia/Darren Aronofsky TV-Series One Strange Rock, providing special effects and additional footages.
In addition to this he works with other kinds of project, as well as video production for art installations and interdisciplinary projects inspired by science and new technologies.