SOLE LUNA DOC FILM FESTIVAL
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
13th edition – Milano/Palermo/Treviso
Sole Luna has become a network thanks to the power of the topics covered by the selected movies. Besides the event in Palermo, in 2014 the festival began to be held also in Treviso, while since 2016 Sole Luna – A bridge between the cultures has been in charge of the showcase in competition of the Human Rights Festival in Milan.
The first appointment in 2018 will be in the context of the third edition of the Human Rights Festival, at the Triennale in Milan from March 19th to 24th with a showcase on Human Rights.
Then the Sole Luna Doc Film Festival will take place in Palermo from July 2nd to 8th at Santa Maria Dello Spasimo with the two showcases: Human Rights and The Journey.
In Treviso from September 10th to 16th at Palazzo dei Trecento and at the TRA gallery – Ca ‘dei Ricchi the festival will reshow the Human Rights and The Journey showcases with possible variations.
The selected showcases for the three events will not be necessary the same.
The Association Sole Luna-Un ponte tra le culture continues the project “OPEN DOORS”, whose aim is to propose self-financed initiatives (exhibitions, concerts, performances, dance, theatre, etc.) consistent with the principles of solidarity, dialogue and interaction with every historical form of otherness, which have represented the guidelines of the documentary film festival in all its editions.
The Scientific Committee of the Association will select the most interesting projects received by March 1st, 2018 that will be hosted during the events of the 13th edition of the documentary film Festival, becoming an integral part of the reflection proposal for the audience which has followed us for years.
The documentaries will be chosen among films from around the world which will be subscribed to the announcement online starting from the 1stt November 2017 and finish on the February 15th 2018.
Human rights are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being. This section is considering documentaries that enlight crisis and problematic situation in the world where the Human Rights are not respected.
There will be considered in this section documentaries that tell stories of peoples, of people and landscapes. The showcase in competition will be an anthropological journey, a cultural bridge of knowledge of the “other” without any prejudice.
President: Lucia Venturato
Scientific Director: Gabriella D’Agostino
Artistic Direction: Chiara Andrich e Andrea Mura
Executive Diretor: Monica Cosenza
Production: Stefania Lo Sardo, Cinzia Costa e Sara Paris
Coordinator: Chiara Maniscalco
Groups of volunteers will be involved during the event and some trainees will support the organization with the communication of events in the final part of the festival.
PRIZES AND JURY
A QUALIFY INTERNATIONAL JURY WILL ASSIGN THE PRIZE OF €3.000,00. TO THE BEST FILM IN COMPETITION
They will also recognize a special mention to the films for:
the best direction
the best photography
the best editing
the most innovative documentary, to the film that uses the components of the cinematographic language in the most creative way (direction, editing, photography, sound etc.)
“Bridge Between Cultures” Award, to the film that best expresses the values of solidarity and communication between people, the promotion of which represents the aim of the Association, assigned by the president of the association.
Special juries prize
Rubino Rubini Award in memory of the director Rubino Rubini festival co-funder.