Francesco is a director, camera operator and video editor who has worked extensively in Africa, North America, and Europe through his documentaries and films using the research methods he learned while studying anthropology. With a strong knowledge of visual storytelling and narrative structures, Francesco brings his wide set of both technical and theoretical skills to the table. His vast array of experience in directing, ability to engage with different editing styles, and his many years of experience in the field, make him a valuable asset on any film production.
“Thank you very much for your commitment and exceptional work ethic. Your services has been great and it shows in the quality of the videos you produce for the Center for African Studies.”
— Rosaline Salifu, Event Coordinator, Harvard University
“Your video really upped the bar for our work going forward, and our new plan to make videos for our visits.”
— Robert Chlala, Program Manager, Funders for a Just Economy
“We all loved the “The Making of Lissa”. Dragone did a fantastic job. It was a real eye-opener for the students to realize how much hard work went into the making of the book, and it underlined the collaborative elements nicely.”
— Martha Radice, Associate Professor, Dalhouise University