Tell me, who I am

By Sergio Basso

Twenty years ago, a sixth of the population of Bhutan was exiled. The Lhotshampa tragedy up to now has not been given much media coverage.

In development
Film

River Memories

By Gianluca e Massimiliano De Serio

Over one thousand people of different nationalities live among rats and rubbish in shacks slapped together out of metal sheets and wood.

Documentary

Bribeville or: How I discovered I didn't worry and loved bribes

By Gerardo Panichi

After twenty years, what can we say Bribeville has really been?

In development
Documentary

La Sapienza

By Eugène Green

Alexandre is a successful French architect. In the midst of a marital and creative crisis he leaves for Italy with his wife Alienor to work on a project he’d interrupted years earlier.

Film

I will not starve

By Umberto Spinazzola

I will not starve is a film on the reassigning food in a waste world.

In development

In development
Film

Fingertips

By Sergio Basso

China 30's. The film is the story of two brothers: a talented pianist and an owner of a night club.

In development

In development
Film

At the matinée

By Giangiacomo De Stefano

At the Matinée provides an account, through Walter Schreifels and his music, of a world that existed in New York's Lower East Side during the 80s and has since disappeared.

 

In development
Documentary

From the depths

By Valentina Pedicini

A long night without an end, without seasons, without time. A secular labor that is both pride and curse. Kilometers of tunnels. Darkness.

Documentary

Le (r)esistenti

By Francesca Balbo

The Docuweb le (r)esistenti results from the idea to tell the story of 27 women living in L'Aquila who had the strength to keep on with their daily life, never stop working and beginning anew after the terrible earthquake in Abruzzo in 2009.

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Chains

By Francesca Balbo

In that part of Sardinia which winds its way between the Trexenta, Campidano and Gennargentu areas runs a timeless train, whose passage is waved on by small yellow dots brandishing a green and red signal paddle, the level-crossing keepers. A job that has been passed down from mother to daughter to niece for generations.

They are there to halt the traffic to let the train pass, just a few hundred kilometres of secondary track which crosses secondary roads travelled by cars, tractors, sheep and three wheeled Ape's.

Documentary