IL VIAGGIO DI NOZZE

by Danilo Monte
HONEYMOON - IL VIAGGIO DI NOZZE

Informations

Nation: Italy

Year: 2017

Length: 17'

35° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

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Synopsis

A cinematographic diary of physical places and inner feelings that are difficult to portray: an Ayurvedic hospital, an ashram, a headache, and the desire for a child. During their honeymoon in India, Danilo (the director) and his wife Laura try to tackle some significant personal issues. 

Director

Danilo Monte

Danilo Monte

Danilo Monte is a filmmaker with a strong realistic and autobiographic streak. He directed Heroes and Heroines in 2010, a documentary about Kathmandu’s street children that participated in many film festivals and won the Italia.doc Award at the 2011 Salina Doc Fest. He made Memorie, in viaggio verso Auschwitz (2014) about his difficult relationship with his brother, which received the Avanti Award at the Torino Film Festival and was distributed in Italian cinemas by Lab80 Film. He then co-directed with his wife Laura D’Amore Vita Nova (2016), a documentary about artificial insemination that was presented at the Festival dei Popoli and won the SIAE Award at the Salina Doc Fest.

Filmography:
Provini d’amore (coregia/codirector Zucco, 2008), Heroes and Heroines (doc., 2010), Memorie, in viaggio verso Auschwitz (doc., 2014), Vita Nova (coregia/codirector Laura D’Amore, doc., 2016), Il viaggio di nozze (doc., 2017).

Cast and Credits

regia, fotografia, montaggio/director, cinematography, film editing
Danilo Monte
suono/sound
Danilo Monte, Ruben Zambon
produttore/producer
Laura D’Amore
produzione/production
Don Quixote, Polivisioni

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contatti/contacts
Danilo Monte
info@danilomonte.com
www.danilomonte.com

Director statement

“When we left for this unusual honeymoon, we had a few clear ideas in mind and a lot of uncertainties. We were aware of what we were leaving behind, but we were also looking forward to getting lost as soon as possible. We had a lot of thoughts in our head (not always comforting), and camera and pen in our hands. Bon voyage!”

Synopsis Learn more

A cinematographic diary of physical places and inner feelings that are difficult to portray: an Ayurvedic hospital, an ashram, a headache, and the desire for a child. During their honeymoon in India, Danilo (the director) and his wife Laura try to tackle some significant personal issues. 

Director All about direction

Danilo Monte

Danilo Monte

Danilo Monte is a filmmaker with a strong realistic and autobiographic streak. He directed Heroes and Heroines in 2010, a documentary about Kathmandu’s street children that participated in many film festivals and won the Italia.doc Award at the 2011 Salina Doc Fest. He made Memorie, in viaggio verso Auschwitz (2014) about his difficult relationship with his brother, which received the Avanti Award at the Torino Film Festival and was distributed in Italian cinemas by Lab80 Film. He then co-directed with his wife Laura D’Amore Vita Nova (2016), a documentary about artificial insemination that was presented at the Festival dei Popoli and won the SIAE Award at the Salina Doc Fest.

Filmography:
Provini d’amore (coregia/codirector Zucco, 2008), Heroes and Heroines (doc., 2010), Memorie, in viaggio verso Auschwitz (doc., 2014), Vita Nova (coregia/codirector Laura D’Amore, doc., 2016), Il viaggio di nozze (doc., 2017).

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia, fotografia, montaggio/director, cinematography, film editing
Danilo Monte
suono/sound
Danilo Monte, Ruben Zambon
produttore/producer
Laura D’Amore
produzione/production
Don Quixote, Polivisioni

**
contatti/contacts
Danilo Monte
info@danilomonte.com
www.danilomonte.com

Director statement Read more

“When we left for this unusual honeymoon, we had a few clear ideas in mind and a lot of uncertainties. We were aware of what we were leaving behind, but we were also looking forward to getting lost as soon as possible. We had a lot of thoughts in our head (not always comforting), and camera and pen in our hands. Bon voyage!”