Lorenza Cingoli, author of Albero Azzurro and Melevisione, dies at 58

Lorenza Cingolifamous television writer responsible for creating programs such as Melevision And Blue TreeAnd dead at the age of 58.

Who was Lorenza Cingoli

Lorenza Cingoli worked as an author for the Melevision from 2004 to 2015 and forBlue Tree from 1996 to 2003. The news of his death was announced by Rai Kids. The children’s television community remembers her as a brilliant and highly professional person.

Cingolì also contributed to the screenplay of the animated film Johan Padan discovers the Americascreated in collaboration with Dario Fo and presented at the Venice Film Festival in 2002.

Born in Ancona in 1965, Lorenza subsequently moved to Milan to study modern and contemporary history at the State University, followed by a PhD in economic history at Bocconi University.

Throughout his career, he contributed to the creation of the television program The advent calendar for Rai Gulp in 2019 and the feature film Berni and the young pharaohset in the rooms of the Egyptian Museum of Turin, in collaboration with Martina Forti.

Not just an author

He also worked on works for children, writing books and stories for a young and very young audience. In recent months, you were in Turin at the Rai headquarters to work on writing the program Sock.

In addition to her work as a television author, Lorenza Cingoli has written novels for children. In 2018 you published the collection of legends entitled The most beautiful stories of Ancient Rome and the novel Lucina’s secret. In 2020, on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, she wrote the novel Raphael and the shining scorpion and, more recently, The most beautiful stories of the Iliadalways in collaboration with Martina Forti.