TEATRO STABILE TORINO - "CLAUSTROPHILIA"
AN EXPERIMENTAL TRILOGY FOR A DIGITAL PLATFORM
CURATED BY VALERIO BINASCO
As part of Summer Plays, the Season organized at the Teatro Carignano by Teatro Stabile di Torino - Teatro Nazionale and TPE - Teatro Piemonte Europa, starting from Wednesday 16 September 2020, the videos made for the CLAUSTROPHILIA project will be published online on the TST website conceived by the artistic director of the TST, Valerio Binasco: an experimental trilogy that sees film directors - Irene Dionisio, Elena Gigliotti with Dario Aita and Michele Di Mauro - create productions that can be used indifferently on stage or on online platforms, experimenting with forms of scenic expression " of survival ". The project saw theatrical rehearsals, filming and video editing in rapid succession.
KRIZIA - DRESS LIKE A MIRACLE
Dress Like a Miracle or the new Italian cinema, produced by Krizia. Three young award-winning directors, Adriano Valerio, Irene Dionisio, Carlo Sironi with three actresses in their thirties, Elena Radonicich, Miriam Dalmazio, Lidiya Liberman, of extraordinary talent and independent female charm. Fil Rouge, the stories of Gianluigi Ricuperati, international author. The result is three powerful short films, set at the Istituto Svizzero in Rome and at Casa Mollino in Turin. Let me in, by Adriano Valerio, with Elena Radonicich The hiding place, by Carlo Sironi, with Lidiya Liberman For your Safety, by Irene Dionisio, with Miriam Dalmazio
IDENTITY AND DIVERSITY
Four percent of the Italian population has suffered from auditory hallucinations at least once in their life. However, the phenomenon of voice hearers is little known. Through the testimonies of a self-help group of listeners, an intimate testimony of this condition was re-enacted in the slow passing of time in a suburban apartment.
Made within the project "Identity and diversity - Two faces of the same coin", promoted and presented by the A.C.T.I.V.A. Woman within the Regional Call for the dissemination of the culture of equality and the principle of non-discrimination in the education system and in the world of work.
FILMIDEE - A NEW WAY TO SEE
The final product of Video Essay: a New Way to See, a project conceived and organized by the film critics magazine Filmidee, and realized thanks to the contribution of the Compagnia di San Paolo di Torino as part of the "ORA! Contemporary languages, innovative productions ", will be presented at the 70 Locarno Festival on 7 August, as part of the Film Criticism in Motion section. The Video Essay project: a New Way to See was carried out in several phases, between October 2016 and March 2017. Some public introductory meetings to the form of the video essay were organized with Catherine Grant, Adrian Martin, Cristina Álvarez López and Thom Andersen , in Rome, Milan, Turin, while the production of the final work took place during a week of residency in Turin.