Alino Giraldi

Alino Giraldi is a graduate of Humber College’s Acting for Film and Television program and is recognized for his performance in the critically acclaimed indie feature “JackieBoy”, which had its world premier at (NOFF) New Orleans Film Festival. Along Jackieboy’s festival run the film won the Copper Wing at the Phoenix Film Festiva for best Director World Cinema and garnished national and international praise with critics.
Pat Mullen Cinemablographer (Jackie Boy has overtones of Shame and echoes of Taxi Driver). Bruce Demara Toronto Star (Giraldi deserves top marks for pulling it off). Ulkar Alakbarova Canadian Film Fest (credit must go to Alino Giraldi, who manages to capture the two sides of Jack – from loathing to a kind one).

Alino followed up with Drama/Thriller “The Discarded” world premier (MWFF) Montreal World Film Festival & Bio-pic “My father and the man in Black” where he portrayed Saul Holiff, manager of the Late Johnny Cash. Upcoming projects have Alino joining Nick Butler’s ensemble cast in his debut feature Comedy Drama Legacy of Cloudy Falls. Adding to his list of upcoming projects Alino takes on double duty as Actor Producer in Piotr Skoronsi’s Bang Bang, A Noir Love Story about passion inspired by Wong Kar Wai.

Much of Alino’s artistic inspiration is credited to Auteur filmmakers such as Andrei Tarkovsky, Alejandro Iñárritu, Actors such as Marlon Brando, River Phoenix and Daniel Day Lewis. Alino is of Italian descent and having been raised abroad in southern Italy, he is also fluent in Italian and passionate about other cultures, customs and ways of life which inspired his other passion of Photography where he wishes to develop documentary work around the human condition, raise awareness and share thought provoking narratives, his inspiration is renowned Photojournalist Sebatião Salgado.