DOVE BISOGNA STARE

by Daniele Gaglianone
DOVE BISOGNA STARE - DOVE BISOGNA STARE

Informations

Nation: Italy

Year: 2018

Length: 98'

36° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

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Synopsis

There is a Country depicted as terrorized by migrations, turning violently hostile toward migrants. It is a narrative upon which a certain political class keeps building its identity and electoral fortunes in the face of another part of a political class that seems unable to talk to a scared Country that is becoming increasingly aggressive. But there is also another Country that practices solidarity and fights for people’s rights every day, often in an informal and non-structured way. This film tells the stories of four women: Elena, Georgia, Jessica, and Lorena. They have different ages and live in different places, but they are all engaged in activities that, at a first glance, might seem absurd in light of common sense (or whatever passes as such these days).

Director

Daniele Gaglianone

Daniele Gaglianone

Daniele Gaglianone (Ancona, 1966) started collaborating with the Archivio Nazionale Cinematografico della Resistenza in 1991. He made fiction and non-fiction shorts like La ferita (1991), which received an award from the film festival Cinema Giovani di Torino. He directed his first feature I nostri anni in 2000, which was selected by the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes, while his following film Nemmeno il destino (2004) won the Special Jury Award from the Torino Film Festival and the David di Donatello Award for Best Documentary. In 2017, he presented Granma at the Locarno Film Festival, a medium-length film he made with the Nigerian filmmaker Alfie Nze.

Filmography:
filmografia essenziale/essential filmography
Nella solitudine del sangue (cm, 1990), Era meglio morire da piccoli (cm, 1992), L’orecchio ferito del piccolo comandante (cm, 1994), La carne sulle ossa (cm, 1996), I nostri anni (2000), Le domeniche del Signor Mantaut (doc., 2003), Nemmeno il destino (2004), Alle soglie della sera (doc., 2005), Rata neće biti (la guerra non ci sarà) (doc., 2008), Pietro (2009), Ruggine (Rust, 2011), La mia classe (2013), Qui (doc., 2014), Granma (coregia/codirector Alfie Nze, mm, doc., 2017), Dove bisogna stare (doc., 2018).

Cast and Credits

regia/director
Daniele Gaglianone
soggetto, sceneggiatura/story, screenplay
Daniele Gaglianone, Stefano Collizzolli
fotografia/cinematography
Matteo Calore
montaggio/film editing
Enrico Giovannone
musica/music
Evandro Fornasier, Massimo Miride, Walter Magri, Giorgio Ferrero, Rodolfo Mongitore
suono/sound
Vito Martinelli
interpreti/cast
Jessica Cosenza, Lorena Fornasier, Georgia Borderi, Elena Pozzallo
produttori/producers
Stefano Collizzolli, Andrea Segre
produzione/production
Zalab Film

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contatti/contacts
Zalab Film
[email protected]
www.zalab.org

Director statement

“This documentary explored a possible response to these dark times. It doesn’t portray immigration from the perspective of those who chose to leave or were forced to do so; this film is, first and foremost, about us and our capacity to confront ourselves with the world and share in its destiny.”

Chronicles


Synopsis Learn more

There is a Country depicted as terrorized by migrations, turning violently hostile toward migrants. It is a narrative upon which a certain political class keeps building its identity and electoral fortunes in the face of another part of a political class that seems unable to talk to a scared Country that is becoming increasingly aggressive. But there is also another Country that practices solidarity and fights for people’s rights every day, often in an informal and non-structured way. This film tells the stories of four women: Elena, Georgia, Jessica, and Lorena. They have different ages and live in different places, but they are all engaged in activities that, at a first glance, might seem absurd in light of common sense (or whatever passes as such these days).

Director All about direction

Daniele Gaglianone

Daniele Gaglianone

Daniele Gaglianone (Ancona, 1966) started collaborating with the Archivio Nazionale Cinematografico della Resistenza in 1991. He made fiction and non-fiction shorts like La ferita (1991), which received an award from the film festival Cinema Giovani di Torino. He directed his first feature I nostri anni in 2000, which was selected by the Directors' Fortnight in Cannes, while his following film Nemmeno il destino (2004) won the Special Jury Award from the Torino Film Festival and the David di Donatello Award for Best Documentary. In 2017, he presented Granma at the Locarno Film Festival, a medium-length film he made with the Nigerian filmmaker Alfie Nze.

Filmography:
filmografia essenziale/essential filmography
Nella solitudine del sangue (cm, 1990), Era meglio morire da piccoli (cm, 1992), L’orecchio ferito del piccolo comandante (cm, 1994), La carne sulle ossa (cm, 1996), I nostri anni (2000), Le domeniche del Signor Mantaut (doc., 2003), Nemmeno il destino (2004), Alle soglie della sera (doc., 2005), Rata neće biti (la guerra non ci sarà) (doc., 2008), Pietro (2009), Ruggine (Rust, 2011), La mia classe (2013), Qui (doc., 2014), Granma (coregia/codirector Alfie Nze, mm, doc., 2017), Dove bisogna stare (doc., 2018).

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia/director
Daniele Gaglianone
soggetto, sceneggiatura/story, screenplay
Daniele Gaglianone, Stefano Collizzolli
fotografia/cinematography
Matteo Calore
montaggio/film editing
Enrico Giovannone
musica/music
Evandro Fornasier, Massimo Miride, Walter Magri, Giorgio Ferrero, Rodolfo Mongitore
suono/sound
Vito Martinelli
interpreti/cast
Jessica Cosenza, Lorena Fornasier, Georgia Borderi, Elena Pozzallo
produttori/producers
Stefano Collizzolli, Andrea Segre
produzione/production
Zalab Film

**
contatti/contacts
Zalab Film
[email protected]
www.zalab.org

Director statement Read more

“This documentary explored a possible response to these dark times. It doesn’t portray immigration from the perspective of those who chose to leave or were forced to do so; this film is, first and foremost, about us and our capacity to confront ourselves with the world and share in its destiny.”

Chronicles Read the chronicles