Mario Brenta, Karine de Villers | Italy | 2021 | 78'
A choral story of solo voices, a patchwork of more than seventy personal points of view, singular visions of the world, sensitive fragments of an uncertain and changing present that invites us to think and to reflect.
Mario Brenta, Karine de Villers
Karine de Villers
Italian, English, French, Spanish
Karine de Villers was born in Quito, Ecuador, in 1965: she is an anthropologist and filmmaker; she made her first documentary n 1990 which obtained awards and prizes internationally, as did her subsequent films, co-directed with Mario Brenta. After having worked for a long period on the distribution of Belgian cinema at the Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel in Brussels, she currently teaches film screenwriting and leads a number of workshops and seminars at festivals, schools and cultural associations.
2007 - Luc de Heusch. Wild Thinking, ff
2006 - Sept minutes de liberté, sf
2005 - Pauvre Belgique, sf
2003 - Les hommes de ma vie, sf
2001 - How I see her, ff
1999 - The Little Castel, ff
1990 - I'm your neighbor, sf
Mario Brenta made his fiction feature film debut in 1974 with Vermisat, presented at the Venice Film Festival. He has been making films for well over twenty years, obtaining awards and prizes both in Italy and internationally, at the festivals of Cannes, Venice, Berlin and Locarno. In the past ten years he has devoted himself in particular to the cinema of the real, making, together with Karine de Villers various documentaries in the form of notes, essays and filmed reflections. He is also the cofounder, with Ermanno Olmi, of Ipotesi Cinema, a film laboratory which he directed for over twenty years and he teaches Film Language at the University of Padua. He is also a visiting professor at a number of Italian and foreign universities and film schools.
2021 - Isole, ff
2020 - Vanitas, ff
2018 - Il sorriso dl gatto, ff
2016 - Delta Park, ff
2015 - Black Light, sf
2015 - Ecco..., sf
2014 - Corpo a Corpo, ff
2012 - Agnus Dei, sf
2011 - Calle de la Pietà, ff
2011 - La Pièce, ff