Quod est in speculo ut in subiecto. According to medieval philosophers, being in a subject is an insubstantial way of being that does not exist in itself, this one is in something else. In ... See full summary »
A slow, decisive handwriting, which becomes fast, furious, angry; thus - REBUS - receives and attacks the spectator, it accompanies him in an unknown world of images and sounds, played out ... See full summary »
The fracture, which originates the relation of the occident between human and nature, between I and world is what, at the same time, presupposes and favours our research of identity. The ... See full summary »
In this film, what we usually perceive as horizon line is rotated by 180 °, breaking and short-circuiting the image vertically. A kind of questioning "habits" of the eye and ear. The ... See full summary »
The film is a reflection on the medieval folk tradition of "benandanti" ("good walkers"), who believed they had special powers to fight witches, ogres and demons threatening harvests and ... See full summary »
Ciao Vettor is a tribute to the artist Vettor Pisani, who committed suicide in the summer 2011. The film underlines the extraordinary importance, which covers the interior world of every ... See full summary »
'notes to eternity' is a meditation on the Israel-Palestine conflict centering on the lives and ideas of four renowned critics of Israeli policy: Noam Chomsky, Sara Roy, Norman Finkelstein and Robert Fisk.
A brother who was recently killed due to his disagreement of not wanting a part in the life of a gangster. His living brother decides to take revenge by destroying his own allies. This is his Primal Night.
The Children of the Noon deals with the universal subject of life. The time passes marked out by daily activities for the group of children and teenagers in the orphanage in Nchiru, the small Kenyan village. Soon emerges how orphan condition and genteel poverty they share are not the only problems that unite them and determine their days. A sudden death of one of them breaks the narrative rhythm and changes all points of view intertwining a dense web of pains and joys, friendships and hopes. Written by
Diego Fiori & Olga Pohankova