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Beautiful Things

Part of the Documentaries Strand

Giorgio Ferrero, Federico Biasin

  • 15

  • 95 mins

  • 2017

  • Italy

  • English, German, Tagalog, Italian

Van Quattro, Danilo Tribunal, Andrea Pavoni Belli, Vito Mirizzi, Vittoria De Ferrari Sapetto, Andrea Valfrè

  • Director of Photography: Federico Biasin

  • Editor: Enrico Aleotti, Federico Biasin, Filippo Vallegra, Giorgio Ferrero

  • Produced by: Federico Biasin

  • Music: Giorgio Ferrero, Rodolfo Mongitore

  • Screenplay by: Giorgio Ferrero

  • Production Designer: Giorgio Ferrero, Federico Biasin

  • Sound Production: Giorgio Ferrero, Rodolfo Mongitore

Director Bio

Giorgio Ferrero, Federico Biasin

Federico Biasin is a DoP, producer and filmmaker and Giorgio Ferrero is a composer, director, filmmaker and photographer. They are the Italian winners of Biennale College 2016 at Venice Biennale. Giorgio has composed soundtracks for dozens of films, theatrical performances and installations. Together with Rodolfo Mongitore, they run the multidisciplinary studio MYBOSSWAS, where they are creative directors.

Body

The many objects that we accumulate and that we believe to be essential begin their production journey in silent, secluded industrial and scientific sites. Beautiful Things describes this hidden mechanical liturgy within four different remote locations, where men work in complete isolation without interference from the world. They unconsciously trigger the long chain of creation, transport, commercialisation and destruction of the objects feeding our bulimic lifestyle. They are monks inside temples of steel and concrete. They repeat the same liturgy every day. And we don’t even know that they exist.

Supported by the Italian Cultural Institute.

 



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