REYKJAVÍK DOCUMENTARY WORKSHOP presents, Thursday January 21st at 8 pm
The screening is held in collaboration with Ass. Amici Italia Islanda and TEK Festival, documentary festival in Rome. Cristina Petrucci, a representative of TEK Festival will be present at the event to present the festival (www.tekfestival.it)
About the documentary:
Carrara is the city of marble and the cradle of international anarchism. In the documentary, we see a publisher, a university professor, a sculptor, a historian and a typographer taking the audience on a journey talking about Anarchy, the F.A.I. (Federazione Anarchica Italiana), departing from 1894, through major historical events up until the present. They discuss no-global and new-global movements, unstable labor, warfare, and the environment. Alfonso Nicolazzi, Gigi Di Lembo, Dominique Stroobant, Massimiliano Giorgi and Donato Landini invite us to a world that is often talked about in an awry way – or not talked about at all. The documentary poses critical questions on the relationship between anarchy and violence, anarchy and society, and between anarchy and utopia.
About the director:
Antonio Morabito was born in Carrara in 1972. After graduating as a director in Rome he got an MA degree in script writing from Sorbonne University in Paris. He has made several short films as well a feature film (Cecilia, 1999). He also has worked for Sky and RAI directing various documentary programs.
About Reykjavík Documentary Workshop:
Reykjavík Documentary Workshop is an association whose aim is to spread the culture of documentary filmmaking to professionals and others interested in documentary in Iceland. RDW offers monthly encounters with internationally acclaimed directors who present their works through screenings and talks. In addition, RDW is building a library of publications, VHS and DVD relating to the practice and theory of documentary filmmaking. RDW seekd multidisciplinary collaborations in order to investigate the notion of document and documentary in other disciplines and in visual practices. RDW also operates an active homepage, www.rdw.is, for new and links about documentary.
RDW is sponsored by the Icelandic Ministry of Culture and the City of Reykjvík. In addition, the association has established collaboration with Reykjavik Art Museum, Hafnarhúsið, where all screenings will be hosted from January 2008 on.
For further information, please contact the assocation’s director Emiliano Monaco, tel. +354 699 7083, email email@example.com
Printed of the web Reykjvik Art Museum, www.reykjvikartmuseum.is 04.47.2015