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11
Sep

Agriculture and New Frontiers

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Last year it was interesting to meet with some of the researcher of the CREA (Viticulture and Oenology Research Center). The Idea came up during a chat with "Edoardo Comiotto" with whom we decided to explore a little more in depth this new, almost magical world of modern agriculture and the forefront of the technologies governing it. So the theme of a new documentary came up and off we went to shoot a promo for potential investors on the project. Unfortunately the Documentary is still work in progress but we are doing our best to keep looking for potential interest from media and financing. So keep an eye on this space.  

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05
Sep

Fattoria Tita & Glo

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During the last few months we spent quite a bit of time in this amazing place and so after talking to Christian and Gloria, proud Owners of this "Haflinger" Farm and Western Riding school, we decided it was worth putting into film. We wanted to give an idea in a short, 4 minute clip, of what they do and also where and we hope we achieved that.     
 

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14
Jul

Laura Ballis and Giovanni Sogne

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Graffiti is often associated with street artist walking around in hoodies and holding spray-cans. Nothing wrong with that of course as Bansky reminded us all, but it has certainly been a refreshing pleasure to meet Laura at her studio in the Centre of "Feltre" (BL) last year. So I would like to quote from the preface of her book written by "Stefano Santuari" :   

-- Oscar Wilde taught us that society often forgives the criminal, but never forgives the dreamer. Now, will male society ever forgive the Woman dreamer? 
 

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27
Apr

Shooting ERF (s?)

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Last week I was called by a friend of mine (Sergio Grillo). He was asking me to go shoot for a day or two in Porto Marghera. Little I knew of the amazing, industrial settings. This is Venice from a really different perspective indeed. Huge boats, even bigger cranes, and amazingly long trains (up to more than half a kilometer ! ). It was for the shooting of a couple of scenes that will appear in a short documentary called "From Rails to Sea" produced by ERF and executed by latestuggine.it La Testuggine is an animation studio set up by Arturo Leone, Lorenzo Latrofa and Marta Palazzo. They met during their studies in “Architecture” and attending the “Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia” (Animation Department). The Documentary is directed by Lorenzo Latrofa with director of Photography, Sergio Grillo

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14
Feb
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Finally after many people asking around I got a confirmation that the second episode of our Documentary shot in collaboration with Coral Climb and directed by Marco Preti it's going to be aired on Thursday at around half past 5 PM. It will be part of the Famous series of GEO on RAI 3 and it follows the first episode that aired earlier in December 2016 around the area of Agordo. (See my previous blog here if you want to watch it again...)  It's been just over 2 years since the idea crossed my mind. My roots are "lost" 43 years ago in a small village located at about 600mt above sea level called "Carve" in the province of Belluno. Carve is in turn part of a slightly larger borough called MEL.  This is where I have been living after travelling for a while around the Globe (for one reason or another...) and this is the place I wanted to share with the rest of the world... "The Dolomiti Bellunesi"...  well at least the rest of Italy :-D  

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