Giorgia Fiori, cinema and music complete me

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Giorgia Fiori

Giorgia Fiori, born in Ascoli Piceno to Giorgio Fiori, former director of Confcommercio of Ascoli Piceno, and Mania Cantalamessa, Giorgia spends the first years of her life living in Piazza dell’Immacolata.

With his mother and younger brother Carlo Ugo, he went to live in Grottammare , graduated from the Art Institute of Fermo , then attended the University of Camerino UNICAM and graduated in Industrial Design with full marks. /IMBD

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
The new challenges, everything difficult excites me. My job sets me free so I love it. The actor constantly works with emotions. Cinema and music complete me.

What turns you off?
Bad weather! I’m kidding of course, but it partly affects my days. Monotony turns me off, I don’t like doing the same things all the time. Sometimes I get disheartened when I see myself walking in one direction, while the others give up.

What is your favorite virtue?
Determination. When I set myself a goal and I manage to achieve it.

Beauty is inside ph Francesca Marchetti

What Is Your Purpose in Life?
Becoming a good actress, and being remembered for my content not just my beauty. I wish I could become a point of reference in which many people can recognize themselves.

Are you ready to fight for a cause? Which one?
I was born ready! I always fight for the right causes, and that is why I am part of the “Mujeres del Cinema” where we fight for the rights of women in the world of cinema.

Giorgia Fiori al salotto delle celebrità

You want to keep reinventing yourself?
Absolutely yes! I always want to get involved, in fact, Right now, I’m reinventing myself as a producer by trying to produce a social short film that deals with a very delicate issue that I fear a lot.

Are you your body?
My body is not perfect, like that of so many other human beings, but that’s okay. I’m learning to accept myself and my flaws.

What is an emotion?
The emotions are important, they make us feel alive, otherwise we would be robots, automatons in a cold world. And that’s why I love my job, because it allows me to live and  give emotions.

Is society greater than the individual?
Society is made up of individuals, so it’s up to us to change or accept it.

Giorgia Fiori

How can you prove that anything exists outside your own mind?
A quote that I am very fond of is “To make something special, you just have to believe it’s special” by Kung Fu Panda. We must have faith and dedication.

What is the meaning of a good life?
A life where we can express ourselves without being judged

Is it more important to be respected or liked?
Certainly both.

Are humans obligated to better themselves and will that make them happier?
I think so, if you are looking for happiness it means that you are not happy, so you have to change.

Does life require a purpose and a goal?
Yes, otherwise we would died

What is happiness?
A glass of wine with a sandwich, obviously (lol) ! i think that the secret to happiness is to enjoy the little things.

Is it easier to love or to be loved?
It takes courage for both of us.

Is love simply physical desire or something more?
Much more, there are no rules in love. There can be love in our every gesture towards someone or something or ourselves. Love encourages us to be better people.

Does evil come from within, and if so why?
Each of us has time traumas that can cause harm to ourselves and others if we don’t learn to control ourselves. It is important to know how to transform suffering into something positive!

Why is beauty associated with morality?
I don’t believe much in Kant’s concept, as I believe that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Beauty is not an absolute concept.

Do we love ourselves more in the virtual world and less in the real world?
Unfortunately yes, even with the arrival of the meta-universe we are condemning ourselves more and more to virtulity.

Is humanity doomed to head in a destructive direction?
We have many problems that should be taken into more consideration by the world government. One of them is global warming, we need to stop underestimating it.

Your message for the utopian world?
Wear always your best smile 🙂

portraits Giorgia Fiori by ph: Riccardo Torri

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Enri Mato is an urban architect and photographer born in 1986 into a family of artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorer, who worked at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He grew up in Tirana, where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age.