Exploring Italian Culture and Body Language with Producer Luca Vullo

Luca Vullo with some of his students. Photo:  patrizia Scilla
Luca Vullo with some of his students. Photo: patrizia Scilla
Producer, filmmaker, cultural ambassador, speaker, Italian gestures expert…Luca Vullo is a man possessed with a perpetual smile - and with a love of culture and humanity. He is a type of anthropologist, watching and enjoying the everyday human, discovering what drives them in their work and play. Above all, he is fascinated with the culture of the Italian. ...

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