1. Animals; 2. Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb; 3. Spells to chase away evil.
Carlo Cagnasso graduated in film history. He is one of the founding members of Il Piccolo Cinema, a mutual aid society for film, along with Gianluca and Massimiliano De Serio and Beppe Leonetti.
Madamina, il catalogo è questo (cm, 2001), Idro (cm, 2002), Manifesto (cm, 2002), Linee (cm, 2003), Magritte (cm, 2003), Alone (cm, 2004), Dark Tango (cm, 2004), Untitled #6 (cm, 2004), Fratres (cm, 2005), Maria, detta Vigia (cm, 2005), Cantus (cm, 2005), Ritratto di famiglia (cm, 2006), Il mare di Beppe (cm, 2012), La notte in sogno (cm, 2014).
“It always happens to me to do little things that I don’t know the meaning of and then put them aside. Often these things have to do with certain whims that I now recognize, in this case the atomic bomb and the nature and rituals that man performs to scrape along. At a certain point these things – which are attempts, notes and little thoughts – approach and mesh with one another, giving life to something that I normally still do not fully understand but which I sense has an important meaning for me. I don’t like stories and the project behind it to build them. Instead, I like the poetry that comes from chance and also from the senseless and lack of control. This short film is therefore an attempt to make poetry.”
LA VOLTA CHE HO SOGNATO ROBERT OPPENHEIMER E IL FUNGO ATOMICO CHE SI ALZA NEL DESERTO
Italia/Italy, 2019, 7’, col.
la volta che ho sognato robert oppenheimer e il fungo atomico che si alza nel deserto
regia, soggetto, sceneggiatura, fotografia, montaggio/director, story, screenplay, cinematography, film editing