Mese: luglio 2017

WINNERS OF THE SFF 2017 (ALGHERO) AND ALL THE MOTIVATIONS

The Festival Jury , composed by  Maria Pizzuti (Fastenet Film Festival), Maurice Seezer (Fastnet Film Festival), Paul Bruce ( Edinburgh Short film Festival), has assigned the following awards: International Documentaries Award to  Nobody dies here  (France) by Simon Panay  with this motivation:   “The harsh reality of life in a low-yielding gold mine and the disillusionment of former miners contrast with the hope of current miners who dream a better life for themselves and their families. A powerful documentary with sweeping cinematography, a fascinating subject explored with compassion, intuition and with high production values”.         “Nobody dies here” receives the  Italian Chamber of Deputies...

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Sardinia Film Festival- Alghero, i premiati

La Giuria dei Festival formata da Maria Pizzuti (Fastenet Film Festival), Maurice Seezer (Fastnet Film Festival), Paul Bruce ( Edinburgh Short film Festival)  ha assegnato i seguenti premi: Premio Documentario Internazionale  a Nobody dies here  (Francia) del regista francese Simon Panay  Panay con la seguente motivazione “La dura realtà della vita in una miniera d’oro a scarso rendimento e la disillusione di ex minatori contrastano con la speranza dei prospettori attuali di sognare una vita migliore per se stessi e per le loro famiglie. Un docum”entario potente con stupenda cinematografia, un affascinante argomento esplorato con compassione, intuizione e con alti valori di produzione”.  A...

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SARDINIA FILM FESTIVAL “Remunnu ‘e Locu” Tenores di Bitti will be awarded with Senate Presidency medal

It’s one of the longest-living and most famous Tenore singing groups ever, and has had many partnerships with important tv programmes, with famous artists and international academics, and it contributed to make the world know and appreciate the most representative of Sardinia singing. It’s such a precious genre that has been included in 2005 into the the Unesco List of Intangible Cultural Heritage for its uniqueness and beauty. On Saturday 1st July, on Alghero’s Lo Quarter stage, “Remunnu ‘e Locu” Tenores di Bitti will receive the Senate Presidency medal, the prestigious award that the second Office in the State makes available to Sardinia Film Festival for to be assigned to exceptional personalities in the field of culture. The award will be conferred by Sardinia Film Festival president, Angelo Tantaro, throuhout the closing night of the International Short Film Award. Here, the historic choir guided by Daniele Cossellu will exhibit in a rare example of  singing demonstration. Born in 1974 with the name of extemporaneous poet Raimondo Delogu, the choir became famous for making the world know and appreciate “sas boghes a tenore”, bringing that evocative vocal technique to the attention of university researchers and professors, musicologists and authoritative musicians as Lester Bowie, Ornette Coleman and Frank Zappa. The collaboration with Peter Gabriel who, with his own record label Real World Records produced e distributed the record named “S’amore ‘e...

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