Programme Friday September 15th| Sole Luna Doc Film Festival Treviso

Sole Luna Treviso Doc Film Festival
11-17 settembre / September 2017
Sala dei Trecento
TRA, Ca’ dei Ricchi
Ingresso gratuito/free entrance

Venerdì 15 settembre | Friday September 15th

Sala dei Trecento
19.00 incontri | meetings
Nuovi modelli di accoglienza
con | with Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Antonio Silvio Calò

20.00 concorso | competition
Dove vanno le nuvole
Massimo Ferrari, USA, 2016, 72’, v.o.
v.o. sott. ing. e ita | o.v. Eng. and Ita sub.

From Treviso to Riace, passing through Bologna and Padua, the documentary tells the stories and experiences of those who had the courage to try to transform fear into opportunities and utopia into reality. This documentary film is a journey through Italy and Migrants Emergency: amazing models of coexistence, humanity on the move.


21.00 concorso | competition
Alain Daniélou. La via del labirinto
Riccardo Biadene, Svizzera – Italia, 2017, 58’
v.o. sott. ita | o.v. Ita sub.

The extraordinary life of man who brought India to the West. An adventurous musical journey starting from Brittany, passing through India (Shantiniketan, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Konarak, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Pondicherry),
Berlin, Venice and Rome, following the story of the French-born Alain Daniélou, indologist and musicologist who mainly lived in India between the 30’s and the 60’s. In 1963, been back to Europe, he founds and directs the Berlin International Institute for Comparative Studies and Documentation, carrying on the recordings for the UNESCO collection.

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22.30 concorso | competition
I cormorani
Fabio Bobbio, Italia, 2016, 86’
v.o. sott. ing. | o.v. Eng. sub.

Matteo and Samuele are twelve years old and during the summer they spend their days between the river, the woods and the mall, but compared to previous years something is changing. The game becomes boring, fantasy gives way to discovery, adventure becomes a life experience. A summer with no beginning and with no end, the story of a friendship, of an age and of a territory forced to change with the time flowing inexorable.

 


TRA, Ca’ dei Ricchi
19.00 incontri | meetings
Chronicles from the 20’s. Take a walk on the young side
con | with Tommaso Valente

19.30 concorso | competition
Blaxploitalian. 100 years of blackness in Italian cinema
Fred Kuwornu, USA 2016, 60’
v.o. sott. ing. e ita | o.v. Eng. and Ita sub.

BlaxploItalian: 100 Years of Blackness in Italian Cinema is a documentary that uncovers the careers of a population of entertainers never heard from before: Black actors in Italian cinema. With modern day interviews and archival footage, the documentary discloses the personal struggles and triumphs that classic Afro-Italian, African-American and Afro-descendant actors faced in the Italian film industry, while mirroring their struggles with those of contemporary actors who are working diligently to find respectable, significant, and non-stereotypical roles, but are often unable to do so.


20.30 concorso | competition
in collaborazione con | in cooperation with Coordinamento LGBTE Treviso
Who’s gonna love me now?
Tomer Hyemann and Barak Heymann, Israele, 2016, 90’
v.o. sott. ing. e ita | o.v. Eng. and Ita sub.

The two Israeli filmmakers – and brothers – Tomer & Barak Heymann dig deep into manhood, religion, family and sex in this portrait of Saar Maoz, an HIV-positive gay man torn between his “out” life as a member of the London Gay Men’s Chorus and his desire to reconnect with his Orthodox family in Israel. The result is a moving portrait of a man trying to maintain balance as he navigates between two very different worlds.

 

22.30 concorso | competition
Kolwezi on air
Idriss Gabel, Belgio, 2016, 70’
v.o. sott. ing. e ita | o.v. Eng. and Ita sub.

Under the continual fire of RTMA’s cameras – the largest local television in Kolwezi – Congolese society, avid of its own image, discloses itself, unvarnished and shameless. We follow these journalists, motivated by the desire to inform at all costs. They overcome with courage situations sometimes perilous, sometimes funny and often sad. Their recent and rapid adaptation to TV raises universal questions of independency from sponsors, of ethics facing sensationalism, and of die-hard investigative drive.

Trailer – Kolwezi on air FR from Centre de l’Audiovisuel à Bxl on Vimeo.

 

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