Maurizio Parascandolo is recognized as one of the most interesting singer-songwriters of the italian independent music scene.
He has made several shorts and one feature film “Sangue d’Oro” filmed in Alto Adige and in Sicily.
The world described by Parascandolo is the world of the invisible.
The hidden essence that animates what is manifest, and where even inanimate objects come to life.
Federico Demetrio Regoli is a film director, cinematographer and video editor from Italy, currently based in the Netherlands.
He started directing in 2008, creating several shorts and a feature film called “Si va in scene”.
Riccardo Cavani is an award-winning film director, writer, producer living in London, UK.
He actively promotes experimental filmmaking and is creating a network for a new generation of video artists and filmmakers.
Federico Attilio Perugini graduated from the National Academy of Cinema in Bologna and he studied cinematography at Cinecittà Film and Television Academy in Rome. Federico had the opportunity to work and study with Franco Di Giacomo (Cinematographer who collaborated with many important film directors such as Sergio Leone and Bernardo Bertolucci) and he also took a screenwriting course by Giacomo Scarpelli.
Francesca Bonettini graduated in Cinematography at Università Cattolica di Milano and after a year working in the video industry, she found in photography an instrument that belongs to her. Alberto Boni produced many shorts gathering awards in several film festivals. He has also worked for companies operating in the sector of multimedia dealing with video productions and graphic projects. Luca Lamorte is a film addict by nature and a historian by training. He studied acting during his early twenties and won awards at a few Short Film Festivals in Italy as an emerging filmmaker.
Domenico Guidetti is an award-winning film director with a fresh and innovative voice in Italian independent filmmaking. He started directing in 1998 creating short films, documentaries, web content for companies, and music videos collaborating with many bands and directors.
Andrea Zanoli and Daniele Marconcini work together under the name of “Videoteppisti”, which literally means ‘video yobs’.
They say they started directing films together because they were ‘tired of the usual cinema’ and pride themselves on making films with no budget. The Videoteppisti duo represents an interesting example of cinema of experimentation
and have attracted quite a lot of attention for their no-frills and high impact filmmaking.
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
Federico Attilio Perugini
Federico Demetrio Regoli
Graphic Design: Federica Cappellini
Running time: 84:00
Subtitles: English, Italiano
Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1