Enrico Turci [Bellofatto] is a filmmaker, photographer, and media artist based in Brussels.

Very much interested in conceptual and behavioural arts, his work is mainly focused on the relation between thought and form, by using photography, video, writing, sculpture and drawing.

et.bellofatto@gmail.com




Some achievements and recognitions:

Mar. 2018
Release of the short-movie Discours de la méthode, produced by the Atelier Jeunes Cinéastes in Brussels.
Directing and writing.


Nov. 2018
Release of The Essor, a movie by Shazzula produced by the Atelier Jeunes Cinéastes.
Editing and story-telling.

Nov. 2017
Photo exhibiton Imagination - Image at Le Maga gallery (Brussels) during the month of celebration for the 40th anniversary of the Atelier jeunes Cinéastes.


Sep. 2017
Photo exhibiton Imagination - Image at La Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels during Les Journées du Patrimoine.


Mar. 2017
Art books Ordine del Giorno and La storia della mia vita selected at Fahrenheit 39, an Independent Italian art book fair in Ravenna (Italy). Writing, in collaboration with designer Ivo Rubboli.

April 2015

Article publication L'éternel retouche du même on Smala Cinéma (Revue).


Sep. 2014
Audience Award “Hello! Series” by BNP-Parisbas for the web series Angela, Giovanna & la Settimana Analogica.
Directing and writing in collaboration with TV director and actor Antonio Tiani.


Mar. 2014
Art book How to become Good in five mathematical equations selected at Fahrenheit 39.
Writing, in collaboration with designer Ivo Rubboli.


2012 - 2014
Production of Last time I died, a monologue written by Franco Rossi and produced by the theatre company Semi-Cattivi based in Massa (Italy). Acting and performing.


Aug. 2012
Participation in the Young Energies residency in Berlin with the short film My humble life in town. Direction and writing.


Oct. 2011

“Libero Bizzarri” Award for the collective documentary L’evidente affare. University project. Directing and editing.

2009 - 2012
Distanti published with Triste Records and To Lose La Track Records three albums and played live all over Italy, achieving the“Targa Giovani” Award 2010 as Best Young Italian Music Band at the meeting of indie labels M.E.I. in Faenza. Writing and singing.