Time through your hands

Il tempo si distingue tra le tue mani

Country:

Italy

Duration:

00:07:00

“Time through your hands” is a movie-letter about distance. A reflection on the mechanisms of memory, on the impossibility of recalling memories in their entirety. The director’s hands interweave with those of her grandmother, creating a link in which time flows. Passing from silent images to words written on scraps of film.

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Astrid Ardenti

Astrid Ardenti (Caracas, 1994) Photographer and filmmaker. After studying at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts she became assistant of the director and film historian Francesco Ballo with whom she realized some of his latest works, presented, among others, at the Filmmaker International Film Festival and Milano Film Festival. She studied “Photo-journalism” with the Argentine reporter Carlos Bosch in Buenos Aires and “Documentary” at the Luchino Visconti Civic School of Cinema in Milan. He recently participated in the FuoriFormato festival in Genoa with the “Mal” project whose outcome, the short film “Misleading”, was previewed at Video Sound Art in Milan. She is currently also a contributor of the online cinema magazine Filmidee.

Written by:

Astrid Ardenti

Produced by:

Finisterræ

Cast:

Sound: Desiree Braida; Sound Design & Mix: Tommaso Barbaro

Screened at:


Video Creation session 2 Day 1

Casa de la Cultura de Girona
Aula B
17:00 hrs

Video Creation session 2 Day 2

Casa de la Cultura de Girona
Aula B
17:00 hrs

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