Si c’était de l’amour
by Patric Chiha
Francia, 2020, 82’
Giovedì 8 ottobre Cinema Zenith ore 21.30
Venerdì 9 ottobre Cinema Zenith ore 15.30 (replica)
International title: If it were love
Director : Patric Chiha
DoP: Jordane Chouzenoux
Editing : Anna Riche
Producer: Patric Chiha
Production: Aurora Films Based on CROWD by Gisèle Vienne
Italian theatrical premiere
Fifteen young dancers of different origins and horizons are on tour with ‘Crowd’, Gisèle Vienne’s epic dance piece exploring the 90’s rave scene. From theatre to theatre, the work mutates into strange, intimate relationships. Is the stage contaminating real life – or the opposite? A disturbing journey exploring our nights, our parties, our loves.
Teddy Award for Best Documentary, Berlinale 2020.
Patric Chiha born in 1975 in Vienna. He is an Austrian director with Hungarian and Lebanese origins. After studying fashion design at ESAA Duperré (Paris) and editing à INSAS (Brussels), he directs several short and medium length films as well as documentaries (HOME, WHERE IS THE HEAD OF THE PRISON? THE GENTLEMEN) selected in many film festivals. In 2009, he directs his first feature film, DOMAIN, with Béatrice Dalle, it is selected at the Venice International Film Festival. He continues with BOYS LIKE US (2014) and two documentaries: BROTHERS OF THE NIGHT (2016) and IF IT WERE LOVE (2019), both selected at the Berlinale. He is now working on his new fiction film: THE BEAST IN THE JUNGLE.