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Popularizer, educationalist, social activist, public speaker and lecturer in schools, companies and institutions.

He is children, women and animal rights advocate.

He is an activist against anti-Semitism and in favor of free Ukraine in Europe and in NATO. He is a member of the “Milanese Association Pro Israel”.

His website www.lelejandon.blogspot.it contains articles on various issues and his own translations from German into Italian of important political and social speeches.

He graduated at the Liceo Classico (High School focused on Classical studies and Humanities) of Conegliano (Treviso, close to Venice), with final score 100/100.

Among his professors there were, among others, the writers Angelo Panebianco, Ernesto Galli della Loggia, Vito Mancuso, Giorgio Cosmacini and Umberto Curi.

Afterwards, he got his degrees in Philosophy (maximum score 100 cum Laude) both at historical Padua University and “Vita-Salute” San Raffaele University in Milan.

He is available to lecture in Italian, English and German. 

You can contact him by email: lelejandon@gmail.com


Film-maker, he got his degrees in Premiere Video Editing, Special Effects, After Effects and Video Shooting Techniques at the I.E.D. (Istituto Europeo di Design, European Institute of Design) of Milan. He is the director of © "Il Cinema e i Diritti" (Cinema and Rights).

He studies History at the University of Milan (Università degli Studi di Milano).

He is author of the following documentary-movies, that have already been screened during the “cinetalks” at CinéMagenta63 c/o Institut Français Milan, at the Enterprise Hotel and at the "Gruppo Anima" bookstore:

- “Time Travel Driving a Trabant” (reportage about the history of the GDR in Berlin, Leipzig and Dresden).

- “Donkeys and Geese: Incredible Real Stories” (reportage from various European sites).

- “Goats, Dogs and Cats: Incredible Real Stories” (reportage from Edinburgh’s Greyfriars Bobby historical sites and from Athen’s where many dogs are being left homeless).

-  "Short History of the Armenian People", from the ancient civilization of Urartu to the Genocide, with a video contribution from the Armenian soprano Ani Balian.

- "The Almond-Eyed Angel", the story of Chiune Sugihara, Japanese consul who saved six thousands Jewish refugees during the Holocaust; the movie is shot in Lithuania, the second country for number of Righteous among Nations.

- "Franz Kafka: the Real Story", shot in Prague, Podebrad and the Bohemian villages of Sirem and Osek, the complete biography of the German language writer.

- "Luther", the complete biography of Martin Luther, the movie is shot in Eisenach, Erfurt, Leipzig, Wittenberg and Prague.

- "Leipzig 1989: the Revolution of the Candles", the story of the Second German dictatorship and the Friedliche Revolution that brought to the demolition of the Berlin's Wall.