Just 30 years old, a fresh face illuminated by the eyes’ Baltic blue, Matilde Gioli is the Milanese millenial who is conquering the world of cinema. Behind her shoulders she has a career at the top, already marked by her award-winning debut in “Il Capitale Umano” by Paolo Virzì; while in front of her there’s the whole future to cut new artistic goals. Matilde was born in Milano from a Tuscan-Apulian mix in a large family to which is very close; she likes to cook, knows well and loves her city of origin. The natural acting style, the humility of those who have arrived in the world of entertainment almost by chance, the educational path which she has completed despite the commitments of her profession and a grave mourning, make her the perfect leader of the "special" on the 8 women who made Milano great (and vice versa)
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HER FIRST NAME:
Matilde Lojacono (Gioli is the mother‘s surname)
High-school degree at the Liceo Classico Cesare Beccaria and Degree in Philosophy at the University of Milano.
Zona Tortona - Via Savona, the new fashion district, characterized by the coexistence of historic buildings and more modern structures, able to offer always new creative ideas and art nouveau atmospheres to be captured with your eyes. This is one of the coolest areas of the nightlife especially thanks to the nice and welcoming bars that catalyze a young and lively clientele during the aperitif time. A curiosity: her favorite cocktail is Wrong Negroni, one of the most iconic born here in Milano.
HER PLACE(S) IN THE HEART:
Matilde is a sporty: she has been swimming for many years, has learned to ride for the film “Moschettieri del Re” by Veronesi, she's an Inter's fan. She loves the green areas of the city and staying outdoors, she uses the bicycle and likes to walk. For this reason her favourit places are those where her urban green spirit and passion for water meet, such as the parks, (in particular Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli in Porta Venezia with the annexed Planetarium, and the area close to Giardini della Guastalla), the swimming pools and the Navigli. We can say that Milano by the water is her ideal path, with some raid in the new City outlined by the elegant skyscrapers in Garibaldi area.
I learn from those who are better than me.
“Il capitale umano” by Paolo Virzì, with which she made her debut: that film projected her in the Olympus of emerging actresses to keep an eye on.