From Mediterranea 16: a video selection from the Biennial presented in Padua

July 17th 2013 h. 8 pm | Carichi Beach – Padua, Italy

Carichi Movie is a cultural project about movie and video-art: a series of workshops with video artists and filmmakers, to increase the knowledge of the film creation of some author (Silvano Agosti, Andrea Segre…) and give visibility to emerging video experiences of young video makers. Every evening after the workshop there will be a cocktail with the artists and the movie projection.

As part of this program, the evening of July 17th will be dedicated to a special project, From Mediterranea 16, which will present a selection of videos from the Mediterranea 16 Biennial.

The videos included in the project are:
Om interviews OM about OM, by Adel Oberto
Barriers, by Fabian Bechtle
SRSS, by Hanna Hildebrand and Paul Wiersbinski
De testigo, las olas, by Lluvia Darocas
Kimiga inakereba… (without you…), by Ricardo Ibáñez Ruiz
Sirens, by NYSU
My city a bit cleaner of advertising every day, by Javier Velázquez Cabrero
Teatro anatomico, by Silvia Giambrone
Limited speech holds endless misunderstanding, by Orr Menirom
Kaskada TV, by Bujar Sylemani
Una expresión del dactilológico, by Natalia Lozano

From Mediterranea 16
Curated by Area Creatività – Ufficio Progetto Giovani – Municipality of Padua

Carichi Movie is a project organized by Carichi Sospesi and Gooliver Associazione Culturale
In cooperation with the Municipality of Padua
Curated by Raffaele Pizzatti Sertorelli.

The association Carichi Sospesi (Loads Suspended) is involved from years on the production and promotion of performing arts, organizing workshops and events dedicated to theatre, performances, music and cultural activities in the territory. Since 2005 Carichi Sospesi organizes every summer a festival for theatre and performance arts. This year, for the first time, Carichi Sospesi decided to organize also a cultural event about movie called Carichi Movie.

For further information please consult also:
www.carichisospesi.com
www.progettogiovani.pd.it

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