A series of talks to further investigate the needs to tell a story, the personal points of view and approaches to do so through the contemporary scene of medium length and short film creation.
Saturday, 17 April at 14:00
After being restricted to ethnographic cinema for a long time, the recording of rituals and their survival continues to challenge people’s ability to give meaning to traditions that seem to be acts of low-level resistance to the augmented reality of the contemporary world.
Hosted by Kaleem Aftab, film critic
Krystsina Savutsina, for Khan's Flesh
Brandán Cerviño, for The Communion of My Cousin Andrea
Moona Pennanen, for Land That Rises and Descends
Ico Costa, for Timkat
Maria Semenova, for The City of the Sun
Prantik Basu, for Bela
Felice D’Agostino, Gaetano Crivaro and Margherita Pisano, for Rondò Final