Article published on: 14/12/2022 15:31:55
This is the press release of the Municipality of Caserta:
“PROGRAM OF THE SECOND DAY OF THE XIII EDITION OF INTIMALENTE FILM FESTIVAL – DECEMBER 15TH PARRAVANO MUNICIPAL THEATER OF CASERTA
More films from all over the world tomorrow 15 December for the second day of the thirteenth edition of Intimalente Film Festival, directed by Augusto Ferraiuolo and Pasquale Corrado, editor and directed by Rino Della Corte. The festival is organized by the Municipality of Caserta in collaboration – reads the note – with Olà Fabbrica Creativa, with the patronage and contribution of the Campania Region and the Campania Film Commission, as well as with the collaboration of the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli “. In the morning starting at 10 there will be screenings for students of Caserta schools who will be able to vote for the best film that will compete for the 2022 School Award. The screenings of the schools will be attended by the Enrico Mattei high school, the San Leucio art high school, the high school classic Pietro Giannone, the Dante Alighieri comprehensive institute. In the evening, from 8 pm, space for another five films in competition. These are the presentations.
METROVERSE by the Italian Etna Scorza is the first film in the world shot entirely through Ray-Ban Stories, the smart glasses produced by Facebook and Luxottica, a camera hidden in the glasses to capture the underground universe of the subway.
THAIPUSAM /TRANCE FOR THE SON OF SHIVA by German Joo Peter offers a sensual and hypnotic insight into the Hindu festival Thaipusam, with its rituals, spirituality and deeply moving community spirit.
FRAGILE LANDSCAPE by the Italian Michele Trentini. In the fir woods of Val Visdende, in Comelico, deeply marked by the “Vaia” storm, atmospheric agents, covid, tourism, reveal the fragility of a fascinating mountain area, which despite everything resists and suggests a sense of limit.
IF ONLY by Wu Tong (Hong Kong) was filmed between 2019 and 2022 and tells of documented changes in cities before and after the pandemic and raises a big question: can we go back to how we were?
IMPERMANENCE by the Australian Elliott J. Spencer tells of a remote village – reads the note – at a high altitude in Sichuan where Tibetan children study Buddhist scriptures intensely; Impermanence explores the lives of nomadic Tibetan villagers and their close relationship with a rugged and beautiful environment.
Out of competition, director Luca Gianfrancesco’s project RETURN TO TORA, a peasant community in southern Italy in the midst of the Second World War, will be presented, with the intervention of Gianni Cerchia, historian, writer and university professor at the University of Molise. Guests of the evening the singer-songwriter Tonia Cestari accompanied by Carmine Scialla. Free admission.”