Giovanni Muciaccia - IWISHYOU

Giovanni Muciaccia

Giovanni Muciaccia was born in Foggia and went to the Mario Riva Academy and to the Dramatic Arts Academy in Palmi, Calabria.

He made his television debut on Rai Uno in 1992 with Disney Club and conducted La banda dello Zecchino on the same channel for the following two years. He took part to the third Nanni Moretti Sacher Festival with a short film entitled Sformat.

In 1998– 1999 he became the television conductor of Art Attack, one of the Disney Channel’s flagship programs that acquired such a reputation to be also broadcast on Rai Due.

He was Cornelio Robinson Italian dubber in the 2007 science fiction – action film Meet the Robinsons.

In 2010 he conducted Freestyle, produced by Magnolia/De Agostini, on Sky’s Dea Kids 601, a format unique in which children’ bedrooms were made over, based on their passions, on their dreams, on their aspirations.

In April 2015, he became head of the X Makers, a group of inventors who make new technological prototypes aired on Dea Kids; for the first time, this program spoke about technological literacy for children in a global television format.

In 2017 Sky called him for the promotion of Raffaello Sanzio il Principe delle Arti in 3D film.

From September of the same year he became Sereno Variabile presenter.

The following year he started another adventure in the world of divulgation with 5 cose da sapere and in 2020 he presented La porta segreta, both broadcasted on Rai Due.

Television

  • 1993 Disney Club– Rai Uno
  • 1994 La Banda dello Zecchino– Rai Uno
  • 1995 La Banda dello Zecchino– Rai Uno
  • 1996 Numero Zero– Rai Tre
  • 1998 “Art Attack” – Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 1999 Disney Club– Rai Uno
  • 1999 Disney Time– Speciale dalla Florida – Rai Uno
  • 1999 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 1999 Disney Time– Speciale dal Grand Canyon – Rai Uno
  • 2000 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 2000 Disney Club– Rai Due
  • 2000 Disney Time– Speciale da San Francisco – Rai Due
  • 2001 Disney Club– Rai Due
  • 2001 Disney Time– Speciale da Disneyland Paris – Rai Due
  • 2001 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 2002 Disney Club– Rai Due
  • 2003 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 2004 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 2005 Art Attack– Disney Channel – Rai Due
  • 2005  Archimede, con Fabrizio Frizzie Maddalena Corvaglia – Rai Uno
  • 2007 Ballando con le stelle– Rai Uno
  • 2009 Freestyle– Dea Kids – Sky
  • 2010 Freestyle– Dea Kids – Sky
  • 2011 Freestyle– Dea Kids – Super
  • 2011 Art Attack– Disney Junior – Rai Due
  • 2012 Art Attack– Disney Junior – Rai Due
  • 2013 Art Attack– Disney Junior – Rai Due
  • 2014 Art Attack– Disney Junior – Rai Yo Yo
  • 2015 X Makers– Deakids – Sky
  • 2016 X Makers– Deakids – Sky
  • 2017 “Sereno Variabile” – Rai Due
  • 2018 “5 cose da sapere” – Rai Due
  • 2020 “La Porta Segreta” – Rai Due

Awards

  • 2001 Telegatto – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Disney Club
  • 2002 Telegatto – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Disney Club
  • 2002 Premio AGE (Associazione genitori) – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Art Attack
  • 2003 Telegatto – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Art Attack
  • 2004 Telegatto – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Art Attack
  • 2006 Nickelodeon Kids’Choice Awards – Miglior programma per ragazzi – Art Attack
  • 2009 Input-Tv di Budapest – Miglior idea per un programma per ragazzi – Freestyle
  • 2015 Premio Tv Moige – Per la formula innovativa del programma – X Makers
collection

Stella Polare

Philosophy

I have thought to devote this collection to my fans, to the people who grew up watching Art Attack and that support me every day, showing all their affection to me.
Safety scissors and vinyl glue are among the distinctive symbols of this program that has seen different children's generations growing up and for the loyal audience they have become two pop icons.
This is the reason why I let these two objects' forms become protagonist and guide me in the creation of this collection designs and shapes.
The title is born from the figure that safety scissors make if they rotate around a central point. Indeed, they unexpectedly create an 8-pointed star, the North Star (Stella Polare), which is the nickname my father gave to my son.
Everything makes sense to me, like in a circle, like in a mandala made of scissors and glues to devote to my “grown children”.