AWARDS: INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION BEST FILM 2015
SYNOPSIS: A group of Asian tourists arrives in the lagoon for a short stay and soon takes part in a tour throughout the territory, led by an audio guide.
PROFILES: Daniele Tucci, Chiara Faggionato and Corrado Chiatti met during a video workshop which took place while they were attending their Master’s Degree Course in Visual Arts at the IUAV, University of Venice: However, the three of them have different characteristics and have followed different paths. Daniele has a Bachelor’s Degree in Literature and Philosophy, in the specific on Performing Arts (Drama, cinema and digital), that he obtained at the University La Sapienza of Rome. In the past he contributed to the realization of the “found footage” short “Colline Americane” (American Hills) (2013). Chiara obtained her Bachelor’s Degree at the Faculty of Art, music and performing arts (DAMS) at the Roma Tre University of Rome. Her latest project “Venice belongs to the water, not to you”, is a research study and a cause for reflection on the high-water issue. Corrado has a Bachelor’s Degree in History of Art from the University of Viterbo. He is an art curator and he has previously collaborated with several Roman associations and has worked with young artists.