L’AQUILA, FRAMMENTI DI MEMORIA
The headquarters of the Abruzzo Experimental Center of Cinematography – National Film School presents the multimedia installation L’Aquila, frammenti di memoria (exhibition of photos and texts and dark room for listening to radio reportage and video projections), made by the students of the course of Audiovisual Reportage (2014) led by Daniele Segre. “Memory” as intellectual and emotional tension of those who, having experienced the earthquake and being daily witness of its inheritance, want to maintain a link with an identity, fragmented by the spatial and relational “explosion” triggered by the 6 April 2009 earthquake.
To be followed by a discussion with Daniele Segre and the students of the CSC in Abruzzo
67100 L’Aquila, Via Rocco Carabba, 2
tel. 0862 380924 mobile 348 5928424 fax 0862 1964901
Daniele Segre (Alessandria, 1952) is one of the leading Italian authors in cinema of the Real. He teaches film directing at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia – Scuola Nazionale di Cinema. His films, which have won awards both in Italy and abroad, explore tough social realities.
Daniele Segre will speak at the following events:
21:00 – 23:00 thursday 16 Cinema Postmodernissimo
L’Aquila, frammenti di memoria by Daniele Segre