Programme. 5th July 2017

Wednesday 5th July at ShorTS we’re talking about the cinema of protagonists: other than the Maremetraggio, Nuove Impronte and SweeTS4Kids line-ups, in the Mediateca, Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Parenti will be taking the first of two days of workshops called Osservando la Materia. The workshop will take place from 10am-1pm and from 3pm to 6pm; access is only available to those who have signed up. The press will be made available upon request.

At 9 30pm in Piazza Verdi, the short film It’s Fine, Anyway by Pivio and Marcello Saurino will be projected in the presence of the composer, Pivio: two women meet and have a one night stand. In the morning they say goodbye, promising to meet again. But the nature of their second meeting will be somewhat unexpected. For various reasons, they are both involved in secret battles.

In piazza Verdi at 9:30pm the short films in the line-up for the Maremetraggio section that will be projected are:

Il Silenzio by Farnoosh Samadi and Ali Asgari (I, 2016, 15’). Fatma and her mother are Kurdish refugess in Italy. On their visit to the doctor, Fatma has to translate what the doctor tells her mother, but instead she keeps silent.

Finché c’è vita c’è speranza  by Valerio Attanasio (I, 2015, 20’). A man proposes to his girlfriend. They don’t have much money, but the only thing that matters is love. What they still don’t know however, is that starting a family could be a very risky business!

The Witching Hour by Riley Geis (USA, 2016, 13’). On Halloween night George, a fearful young boy, crosses paths with the spooky and bewitching Susie, as she takes him by the hand on an adventurous night of mischief, into the haunted Beauregard Manor.

Estate by Ronny Trocker (F, 2016, 7’). On a sunny Mediterranean beach, time seems to stand still. A completely exhausted black man crawls across the sand in pain while around him no-one seems to notice. Inspired by a photo taken by Juan Medina on the Spanish beach of Gran Tarajal in 2006.

Biroun az in by Keivan Mohseni (IR, 2015, 1’). A surge of imagination eases a boy’s sadness….

Tilda by Katja Benrath (D, 2015, 14’). Tilda lives with her dolls. The only contact she has with the outside world is with Pastor Krause. She starches and irons his ruff but would never dream of looking him in the eye. One day, when the pastor dirties his freshly starched collar, everything changes.

Guantanamo Baby by Dieter Primig (D, 2015, 3’). This is the story of a hero baby. Trapped and imprisoned, he tries to avoid another portion of green spinach in the arms of his over-caressing mother, longing for a big escape!

Alzheimer’s: A Love Story by Gabe Schimmel , Monica Petruzzelli (USA, 2015, 16’). 12 years ago Greg was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and now lives at a memory care facility in Chicago. Every day a man named Michael comes and visits for a couple of hours. Michael has loved Greg since the day they met 40 years ago.

Reflections by Morgan Gruer (USA, 2017, 2’). What becomes of our memories? They are alive inside of us, even when reality is dead. The flightiness of love forces a girl to question if her relationship ever really existed, or if it was all in her head.

The Mile by Dmitry Korabelnikov (RUS, 2015, 16’). During a flight of fancy, a man does something of which the fatal consequences cannot be changed.

Mon dernier été by Paul Claude Demers (CDN, 2016, 15’). During a heat wave in Montreal, the 11 year old Tom meets 11 year old Edith. He soon discovers that Edith has a terrible secret. Tom eventually loses his innocence at the dawn of his first love, which becomes the symbol of his last Summer.

Kaboom by Romain Daudet Jahan (F, 2016, 2’). Blood. Fire. Glitter. Kaboom.

 At the Cinema Ariston at 6pm the third edition of SweeTS4Kids continues its two days dedicated to young ones. For some years now ShorTS has hosted this section of short films aimed at children between 8 and 13 years old. The shorts have been selected by the young Tommaso Gregori. The section will be judged by a special panel called the ‘giuria dei 101’, the youngsters who would like to may participate by getting their parents to register by completing the form on our website, www.maremetraggio.com. The partners and supporters of this section are EstEnergy and HeraComm.

For l’omaggio al cinema documentario di D’Anolfi e Parenti at 8pm, the film (I, 2015, 74’) L’INFINITA FABBRICA DEL DUOMO by Massimo D’Anolfi, Martina Parenti will be projected. The story of the birth and the ongoing maintenance of the Dome of Milan through the centuries.

In the Nuove Impronte line-up at 9:30pm, CUORI PURI by Roberto De Paolis (I, 2017, 114’) will be projected. Agnese and Stefano are very different. From their first meeting comes true sentiment, made up of stolen moments and mutual help. The desire of one for the other continues to grow, until Agnese finds herself having to make and extreme and unexpected decision.

 

Programme. 4th July 2017

Along with the Maremetraggio and Nuove Impronte section, on the day of Tuesday 4th July we’re adding the 3rd season of SweeTS4Kids with our jury of the 101.

In Piazza Verdi at 9 30pm the following shorts in the line-up of the Maremetraggio section will be projected:

Separati aa.vv. (I, 2016, 12’). Ivana and Raimondo, husband and wife living in separate houses. Joy and pain in an entertaining comedy looking at everyday life, offering a nostalgic glimpse into a carefree past.

Alive & Kicking: The Soccer Grannies of South Africa by Lara Ann Dewet (USA, 2015, 20’). Filmed in the heart of Limpopo, the village Vhakegula Vhakegula grannies lace up their football studs and start kicking their way through centuries of taboos.

Zeezucht by Marlies Van Der Wel (NL , 2015, 11’). Zeezucht is an animated short film about a man who casts aside everything in pursuit of his dream. A dream we all share: the quest to find a place we can call home, even if it’s underwater.

The Sad Monk by Diana Frankovic (D, 2016, 11’). A Tibetan monk is grappling with existential anxiety. His insights challenge a universal human foible; the obsessive pursuit of happiness.

Path by Md. Abid Mallick (BD, 2016, 8’). In Dhaka, a young woman in dire need of money agrees to work with a group of terrorists. Once home, with everything done and dusted, she decides to undo all that she’s done and make amends and so hits the roads of Dhaka.

Dünyanın ölümü by Evrim İnci (TR, 2016, 1’). As people harm the world, they are destroying their future.

Fomo Sapiens by Viktor Hertz (S, 2016, 7’). A young couple, suffering from the worst imaginable form of ‘fear of missing out’, decide to take on a tough challenge.

Ossa by Dario Imbrogno (I, 2016, 4’). All the world is a stage. In this theatre a dancer becomes aware of herself. Her dance, deconstructed in time and space, shows us the mechanisms pulling the strings.

Die Kunst, meine Familie und ich. by Johannes Bachmann (CH, 2015, 15’). What does art mean to me? How is art connected to my family?  Who am I?

Quello che non si vede by Dario Samuele Leone (I, 2016, 10’). The adventure of someone unable to accept the loss of his job and so tries to invent one. A funny and melancholic Charlot from Modern Times, revised and revisited. Work, work and more work, mechanical gestures hidden in the world.

The Offer by Winnifred Jong (CDN, 2015, 10’). Richard wakes up to find that his life has been packed into boxes, but before he can sort out what is going on, Gabe, a door to door salesman, charms his way in. Gabe offers up a set of Encyclopaedias and Richard discovers that they may be exactly what he needs.

PainT by Antonio Lusci (I, 2017, 11’). Claudio is a reclusive artist living in a countryside house, depicting and tending to his garden. His next show is imminent and the gallery’s curator is pressing him and asking for news of his work. Claudio however, is in the midst of a profound crisis.

Paradís by Jaume Quiles (E, 2016, 11’). A pleasant place where one feels comfortable and happy.

La Voce by David Uloth (CDN, 2015, 20’). Edgar works in a pig slaughter house. He loves opera and loves Ginette, the stripper of his dreams. He’s about to ask her to marry him when he catches her sleeping with her boss. In shock, he loses his voice and subsequently finds himself with the voice of a pig.

At the Cinema Ariston at 6pm we’re kicking off the 3rd season of SweeTS4Kids showing at the Cinema Ariston for two days dedicated to young ones on the same screen that in the evening will show festival projections. For some years now ShorTS has hosted this section of short films aimed at children between 8 and 13 years old. The shorts have been selected by the young Tommaso Gregori. The section will be judged by a special panel called the ‘giuria dei 101’, the youngsters who would like to may participate by getting their parents to register by completing the form on our website, www.maremetraggio.com. The partners and supporters of this section are EstEnergy and HeraComm.

For the homage to the documentary cinema of D’Anolfi e Parenti at 8pm the film MATERIA OSCURA  (I, 2013, 80’) will be projected. It’s the story of a war zone at a time of peace, Salto di Quirra testing range in Sardegna, where for 50 years the governments around the world have tested ‘new weapons’. 

At 9 45pm in the line-up for Nuove Impronte we will see IL PIÙ GRANDE SOGNO by Michele Vannucci (I, 2016, 97’). At 39 years old Mirko is just getting out of prison: outside, on the outskirts of Rome, he waits for his chance to re-invent his future. When he is elected as the president of the district he begins to dream of a different life.

L’armata degli scarti viventi: all the creatures on video!

Sunday2nd July concluded the workshop L’armata degli scarti viventi (The Army of Living Trash) dedicated to children between 10 and 14 years old and in collaboration with AcegasApsAmga and Il Piccolo. A group of monsters wandering around Trieste…. Download the video made by the children here!

ShorTS 2017. Programma lunedì 3 luglio

After the workshops during the first few days of the Festival, the third day of ShorTS will focus solely on the projections, the short films and the feature films.

In Piazza Verdi at 9:30 pm the films in the line-up for the Maremetraggio section of the festival will be projected:

Valparaiso by Carlo Sironi (I, 2016, 20’). Rocia is locked into the immigration detention centre of Rome and is pregnant. The law doesn’t allow pregnant women to be detained, so Rocio is released at her 4th month of pregnancy. Now she is free, but should she go forward with an unwanted pregnancy.

Djinn Tonic by Domenico Guidetti (I, 2016, 14’). A precarious young man and a genie from a lamp escape from a crisis: the first from something economic, more prosaic, and the second from a crisis of the imagination which may be a direct consequence of the first.

Tisure by Adrian Geyer (YV, 2015, 13’). A couple live in the mountains, where all they have is one another. However arguments between them arise, which must be resolved immediately. Their sadness leads them to think that there is no alternative. Seen from a distance, their perspectives may be wrong.

Candie Boy by Arianna Del Grosso (I, 2016, 9’). Leone has received a good grade at school and is certain of what to ask his parents for as a reward: a doll dressed in pink called Candie.

Redpoint  by Motahareh Ahmadpour (IR, 2015, 5’). We find ourselves in a surreal city, made up of enormous machines. Everything is sad and slow, until a red dot comes along.

The Clock is Ticking by Marcin Zbyszyński (PL, 2016, 5’). What would happen if everything around you were to stop?

Valzer  by Giulio Mastromauro, Alessandro Porzio (I, 2016, 16’). Italy, 2038. Alice and Kristin, both pregnant and in love with one another, live on a farm isolated from the rest of the world.

Painted Hills by Kurtis Hough (USA, 2016, 6’). The pyramid, with its sturdy foundations infinitely pointing upwards, is one of our first attempts at representing a higher self, transforming nature and turning it into something more similar to the human mind.

Una aventura de miedo by Cristina Vilches (E, 2015, 11’). This is the story of a strange trip. A journey of self-discovery. An adventure of courage and friendship on learning to confront one’s deepest fears.

Balcony by Toby Fell Holden (GB, 2015, 17’). In a council estate rife with racial tension, a girl falls in love with an immigrant, a victim of shame and prejudice.

Aeon  by Derek O’Dell (USA, 2106, 4’). An abstract and immersive audio-visual experience. A study on the behaviour of energy throughout the course of time.

Le Plombier by Meryl Fortuna T-Rossi, Xavier Séron (B–F, 2016, 14’). Tom, Flemish comedian used to do voice-overs for cartoon characters. He now finds himself working in a porn studio. Catherine, a professional actress, will be his partner. Tom will dub the plumber.

Dreams On Sale by Vlad Buzăianu (RO, 2016, 9’). In a world where people have learnt to record, buy and sell dreams, many have started to lose their ability to dream. Dreams have become a new form of art and a luxury for the more affluent classes.

Hootchu by Kim Jung Hyun (ROK, 2015, 1’). Allergies are annoying. There are many ways to alleviate the symptoms but none of these are permanent solutions. Stress builds up. Tension grows. Eyes watering, head spinning: until the perfect solution presents itself.

 

At the Ariston Cinema at 7pm a special projection will be taking place: this is the last work of the Triestine screen writer Erika Rossi. In TUTTE LE ANIME DEL MIO CORPO (I-SLo, 2016, 58’) after finding her mother’s war diary written during II WW, a daughter discovers who she really was. A journey into the personal history of a family, the relationship between a mother and a daughter; the secrets that you keep and the reasons you keep them. This is also a journey into history, of an Italy capable of resistance, of a past that seems distant but is little more than yesterday.

About the homage to the documentaries of D’Anolfi and Parenti we will see the projection of IL CASTELLO by Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Parenti (I, 2011, 90’). A year inside the intercontinental airport of Malpensa, a place in which bureaucracy, procedure and control put the freedom of individuals, animals and the goods in transit to the test.

At 9 45pm Nuove Impronte presents I TEMPI FELICI VERRANNO PRESTO (I, F, 2016, 102’) by the Friulian Alessandro Comodin: First Tommaso and Arturo, then Ariane. Three different youngsters, two different eras, two different conflicts, but the aim is always the same: to escape. Leaving it in the hands of the world, breaking the rules, rebelling against the state of things.

Programme, Sunday 2nd July

Continuing tomorrow, Sunday 2nd July in the Mediateca in Via Roma, will be the children’s workshop L’Armata degli Scarti Viventi held by Francesco Filippi: children between 10 and 14 years old will create new creatures using the stop-motion animation technique, bringing them to life, making them express emotions and creating big and small adventures for them. In the evening, at 9:30pm, the director will present the final short film creations to the public in Piazza Verdi.

At 9:30pm in Piazza Verdi, the shorts in the line up for the Maremetraggio Section will be screened:

An Afterthought by Matteo Bernardini (2016, 17’) in which a mother puts her little boy to bed and begins to tell the story of the legendary Peter Pan. But is this eternal boy really just a figment of our imagination?

Io e me stesso by Diego Cenetiempo (2015, 5’), the main character is a man who is listlessly eating his lunch when suddenly the doorbell rings. When he opens the door he finds himself….

Kammermusik – Audiovisuelles Gebäudeklangportrait by Katharina Blanken (D, 2016, 9’), is an audiovisual composition which is a means of disintegrating the existing dualism between interiority and exteriority, between isolation and collectiveness, playing with the perception of time without changing its rhythm.

Semele  by Myrsini Aristidou (CY, 2015, 13’) in which the protagonist Semele needs to find an excuse so she can spend a bit of time with his often absent father. A school note becomes an excuse to visit him at his workplace, where her presence highlights their fragile relationship.

Our wonderful nature – The Common Chameleon by Tomer Eshed (D, 2016, 4’) in which the feeding habits of the common chameleon are seen as they never have been before.

Lo Steinway  by Massimo Ottoni (I, 2016, 17’) is set during the Great War in which some Austrian soldiers on the Italian front lines find a badly damaged pianoforte. The instrument catalyse their most human feelings, but the meaningless barbarity that they’re trying to forget is ready to explode.  

In Other Words by Tal Kantor (IL, 2016, 6’) in which a man recalls a moment of a lost opportunity to communicate with his daughter. After years, their brief meeting turns his world upside down and renders his words meaningless. 

Decorado by Alberto Vázquez (E, 2016, 12’) in which all the world is a wonderful stage, but its characters are disgraceful.

The Long Island Wolf by Julien Lasseur (USA, 2017, 7’) introduces Johnny, a hustler with a bad hibit of using a crowbar to solve problems. After conning his way into a risky partnership with a Long Haired, Loud Mouth criminal, he signs up for a mysterious job for legendary Long Island Wolf.

Urban Audio Spectrum by Marina Schnider (D, 2016, 4’), the short is an audio visualization through the animation of objects in video shots. Some objects move or appear according to sounds or pitches, others react to the volume of the music.

Beat Around the bush  by Brianne Nord Stewart (CDN, 2016, 12’), a 75 year old widow with Alzheimer’s decides it’s the time to have her first orgasm. We’re taken through some of her attempts to do so.

Krov by Valeria Sochyvets (UA, 2016, 13’) takes us into the life of Nastya, a young cello player who is in love with her friend Yura. At a certain point, between rehearsals and parties, she decides that Yura will be her first lover. However, not every guy is ready for it…

Siyah Çember by Hansan Can Dağli (TR, 2016, 15’), a group of mysterious people organize a private event in an abandoned mansion. With the arrival of the guests things will change.

Hatchet by Jim Powers (USA, 2016, 3’), wandering through the Scottish morning fog a man searches for his escape.

At 7:30 at the Ariston Cinema the homage to cinema, documentaries of D’Anolfi and Parenti continues. In GRANDI SPERANZE (I, 2009, 77’) Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Parenti recount the Italy of young entrepreneurs. Three episodes, three outlets for mise-en-scène for recounting the story of our protagonists at a crucial stage of their existence: in which taking the risk of action no longer guarantees success.

Following this, (always at the Ariston Cinema) at 8:45pm will be a special projection in collaboration with Arcigay Trieste Gorizia: DIARIO BLU(E) (I, 2016, 27’) by Titta Cosetta Raccagni. It’s the 90’s and Titta Cosetta Raccagni, in retracing her own autobiography, brings back the humour of a desperate age. The sentimental diary of a coming out.

Nuove Impronte which is at 9:45pm presents in the line-up, UPWELLING- LA RISALITA DELLE ACQUE PROFONDE (I, 2016, 77’) by Silvia Jop and Pietro Pasquetti. We see the fragments of a city reconstructed on the ruins of a disaster, in the eco of a catastrophe which has never completely worn out. We are in Messina, a city that was completely reconstructed following one of the most devastating natural disasters of the Twentieth Century.

 

Programme Saturday 1st July

After the great pre-opening event which saw the projection of the docu-film Motori-Ruggenti, Saturday 1st July will be the official opening of the 18th season of the ShorTS International Film Festival. This morning at 9am will be the 24hour comic competition at the Castello San Giusto, a tour de force consisting of the making of comic panels based on a specific given screenplay and the resulting animations will become a short film and will be presented during the festival.

In the Mediateca in Via Roma the workshop for youngsters L’Armata degli Scarti Viventi held by the director Francesco Filippi will take place: children between the ages of 10 and 14 years old will create new creatures using the stop-motion animation technique, bringing them to life, making them express emotions and creating big and small adventures for them.

In Piazza Verdi at 8:30pm, the official inauguration of the festival will take place starting with the projection of LE SVENTURE DEL SIG. Mo-Ki-Tó, by Jorge Demarco, with Gustavo Vallejos: sig. Mo-Ki-Tó immersed in the innocence, tenderness and willingness to explore human relationships, confronting this with those who he meets on his journey.

To follow will be the line-up of short films from the Maremetraggio section:

Samedi Cinema by Mamadou Dia (SN, 2016, 11’) in which Baba and Sembene, two youngsters and avid cinema lovers living in a small town North of Senegal, desperately want to see a movie on a big screen of their local cinema before it closes its doors forever;

Below 0° by Itai Hagage, Jonathan Gomez (CR, 2016, 5’), animated film where a meteorologist, through a voice recording, tells us about his experiences in the Arctic and how for his whole life he has been psychologically and spiritually connected to nature;

The Other side of Dooman River by Sewoong Bae (ROK, 2016, 20’) in which two North Korean soldiers are on the Dooman River. While one of the two is far away, the other goes and hides along the river. There he meets a family who give him their life savings to ensure their escape from the country;

#selfie by David M. Lorenz (D, 2016, 7’) with a young couple on holiday in Berlin: everything is perfect, until he decides to take a selfie… The end of a relationship as seen through a mobile phone.

Suspendu by Elie Grappe (CH, 2015, 15’) takes us to a classic dance school, where a boy falls during a test, injuring his foot. But it’s the day of his exam and the boy refuses to concede; he tries to match his dance partner and his classmates, convincing them that his body has no limits.

Disco by Boris Seewald (D, 2016, 2’) is a hand-made music video putting together around 1250 paper drawings.

Ingrid & the Black Hole by Leah Johnston (CDN, 2016, 7’) presents the protagonists’ Ingrid and her best friend Conrad who revisit memories of an entire past life, together imagining howit would be to travel through a black hole.

Parent, Teacher by Roman Tchjen (CDN, 2015, 12’) takes us into the world of parents: after his son gets into a fight with another student, a father becomes involved in an impassioned debate with the boys teacher.

Vand  by Philipp Andonie (CH, 2016, 1’) sees a Scandinavian fisherman who looks for tranquillity out on the lake.

Cavello by Sven Bresser (NL, 2016, 20’) has Kai and Thomas as its main characters, in-separable friends in their 20’s. Their bond is strong, until a new classmate catches Thomas’ eye.

Life Journey by Sajedur Rahman (BD, 2016, 2’), every life has its own journey, every journey has its own story. It’s time to read between the lines.

Penalty  by Aldo Iuliano (I, 2016, 14’) sees a group of youngsters playing chess in the middle of nowhere. There’s much more than a simple victory in the balance.

Centauro by Nicolás Suárez (RA, 2016, 14’) is a political Western set between the palm trees and the antennae of the Argentine Pampas.

Alone with everybody  by André Viuvens (P, 2016, 2’) is an interpretation of the poem Alone with Everybody by Charles Bukowski.

At the Cinema Ariston at 20:00 the first film from the homage to cinematic documentary of D’Anolfi and Parenti will be projected. With I PROMESSI SPOSI (I, 2007, 73’) the couple recount the destinies and the stories of some people on the days preceding their weddings: couples about to get married, employees of matrimonial offices of the Italian communes and a provincial priest.

As always to follow we’ll be at the Cinema Ariston, from 9:30pm to start the line-up for the Nuove Impronte Section with the documentary by Alessandro Stevanon, SAGRE BALERE (I, 2017, 75’). The story of Omar and his orchestra told during their tour, between parties in squares and dance halls, across the regions and provinces of the North of Italy. A road movie narrated by the voices of the most famous Italian radio hosts dedicated to the world of dance music and Angelo, the last king of this phantasmagorical world.

Motori Ruggenti. Venerdì 30 giugno ore 21.45 al Cinema Ariston

A causa del maltempo la proiezione di Motori Ruggenti è stata spostata al Cinema Ariston di Trieste alle ore 21.45!

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DISNEY ITALY presents to the ShorTS International Film Festival

MOTORI RUGGENTI

By Marco Spagnoli

 

In anticipation of the arrival of the new Disney Pixar feature film Cars 3 to Italian cinemas on the 14th September, the newly signed production from the Walt Disney Company Italia Motori Ruggenti will be presented in Trieste in a big pre-opening event on Friday 30th June at 9 30pm.

Motori Ruggenti, written and directed by Marco Spagnoli, is a winning project that celebrates the all Italian passion for cars, an antique and profound liaison recounted through direct testimonies by a series of exceptional protagonists.

The documentary covers 95 years of speed through repertoire images in a crescendo of stories and testimonies, starting at the foundation in Italy in 1922 of the first motorway in the world.

Motori Ruggenti is a journey exploring the Italian passion for cars and the importance that this has had, not only on pop culture, but on the modernization and industrialization of our country. A long route through a century: finding our roots in an unforgettable and spectacular past created by visionaries, champions, engineers and mechanics, we see a future integrated with technology where, to dominate planning, there is design, security and respect for the environment.

The narrator of this long love story is Massimiliano Manfredi. He follows different contributors throughout the documentary: Giancarlo FisichellaIvan CapelliFabio ConcatoAlessandro D’Alatri,  Matilda De AngelisGiovanna Di RausoSabrina FerilliEdoardo LeoMaria LeitnerGianfranco MazzoniFederico PaoliniEmanuele PirroMichele RossiMatteo RoverePrisca TaruffiFabio TroianoRolando RavelloAlessandro RojaDaniele Vicari, along with historic and expert interventions of the sector, they join us in this pioneering Italian passion for cars throughout the various eras.

 

A story in which we will also see the influence that Disney animation has had on Italy, from the legendary 500 ‘Topolino’ all the way to Saetta McQueen, the most famous and beloved character in the world of Cars. ‘Cars’ is the first, unique animation franchise to be set in Italy and to have had some Italian characters as its protagonists. In the documentary there are also the valuable contributions of John Lasseter (Director and Chief Creative Officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios) and Brian Fee the director of Cars 3 who appear in the documentary sharing their love for Italian cars and their passion for driving, explaining how Italian culture has contributed to making the film Cars.

The projection will be further embellished with the collaboration of the Triestine auto-motorists club that will prepare a special exposition of cars throughout time in Piazza Verdi.

 

Motori Ruggenti

A production from The Walt Disney Group Italy

In Association with Top Ten Group

Photography by Niccòlo Palomba

Editing by Jacopo Reale, Mauro Rodari

Music by Max di Carlo

Produced by Sergio Talia for TopTenGroup

Written and Directed by Marco Spagnoli

Archive Materials Istituto Luce – Cinecittá

 

Cars 3

Official Italian Trailer 

https://youtu.be/JrXaT25D5To

 

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Cars 3

Caught off guard by a new generation of racing cars, the legendary Saetta McQueen is forced to retire from the sport that she loves. To get back on track she needs to seek out the help of Cruz Ramirez, a young race car expert with a deep desire to win, and will rediscover the teachings of her late mentor Hudson Hornet: her journey will be full of unexpected turns. To prove that the number 95 still possesses the stuff of champions, Saetta will have to compete in the biggest racing event, the Piston Cup.

 

The Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company is a varicoloured leader in the family entertainment market and is active in 5 sectors: Media Networks, Parks and Resorts, Studios, Consumer Products and Interactive. The Walt Disney Company Italy, founded in 1938, was the first international Disney affiliation in the world. They have offices in Milan, which are distinguished for their creativity in the production of artistic, editorial, televised content, and for their work focussing on the following business areas: television, home entertainment, cinema and licensing for consumer products. The Disney brand has always had a strong affinity with Italian culture and in fact its’ perceived value in our country is one of the highest in the world. The Italians love the magic of Disney: they confirm the extremely high recorded data taken every time Disney is broadcast on television and the success of the Disney brand coupled with the creativity of leading Italian companies.

Disney Italy is also active in the community, collaborating with schools, hospitals, museums, local organizations, focussing on 4 areas: Community Engagement, Healthy Living, Creative Thinking and Conserving Nature. In 2016 along with Medicinema and Policlinico Gemelli of Rome, Disney Italy inaugurated the first cinema room within the Italian hospital structure and supported it using their very own Disney catalogue. Pixar launches the goodwill initiative ‘relief therapy’ for hospitalized patients and their families.

 

The Walt Disney Company provides support to VoluntEARS, the voluntary programme, in which their employees participate, that from 1983 to today, in 42 countries, they dedicated 7.7 million hours to this initiative.

 

Suonare il cinema. Masterclass con Pivio

Dal processo artistico al missaggio. Ai partecipanti verrà illustrato il tipico processo artistico/produttivo che si affronta durante la realizzazione di una colonna sonora dalla prima visione del film, al dialogo con il regista, all’analisi formale e narrativa delle singole scene, la spotting session e l’organizzazione delle idee musicali.

Sede: Mediateca La Cappella Underground, Via Roma 19 – Trieste
Date e orari: venerdì 7 luglio 2017, dalle 10.00 alle 13.00

Masterclass gratuita, max 30 posti disponibili.
Iscrizione obbligatoria.

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Programma:
Spotting session;
organizzare le idee musicali;
film scoring;
sync point;
temi;
armonia;
orchestrazione;
suono;
scrittura musicale e generi filmici.

Biografia Pivio
Fondatore nel 1979 del gruppo new wave Scortilla, dopo essersi laureato in Ingegneria Elettronica all’Università di Genova si trasferisce a Roma verso la fine degli anni ottanta e, insieme ad Aldo De Scalzi, dà vita ad un sodalizio artistico di alto livello nel campo della musica da film. Ottenuta la notorietà internazionale con Il bagno turco diretto da Ferzan Ozpetek, ha composto oltre un centinaio di colonne sonore sia per il cinema che per la televisione. Nel 2016 torna alla realizzazione di un lavoro solista, It’s Fine Anyway, scritto, suonato e cantato in quasi totale autonomia, previsto per diventare un film musicale ad episodi entro il 2018. Il 10 gennaio 2017, a un anno dalla scomparsa di David Bowie, è uscito il suo nuovo lavoro solista Lodging a Scary Low Hero, tributo al periodo berlinese dell’artista inglese.