Pierpaolo Capovilla gives voice to two pivotal points of Pasolini’s thought through an animated short film, shaped with Dadaistic and hallucinatory traits. from within his car, Pasolini is observing Italian society in transformation and decay under the neo-fascist danger of consumerism and the development which will never lead to a progress.
(Italy) is a filmmaker and producer from Marche region, Italy. Supported by his producing house Sushi Adv., he has produced Io sono la vita (2016) by Giacomo Pecci and Stefano Teodori, which won the Per.So., and Spera Teresa, directed by Damiano Giacomelli, which won the Italiana.Corti section in Torino Film Festival in 2019. As a filmmaker he directed the short film Solchi in 2016, which was selected in several national and international festivals, and the documentary, L’ultima partita di Pasolini (2020), broadcasted by Sky Art.
Solchi (cm, 2016), L’ultima partita di Pasolini (coregia Alfredo Dante Vallesi, cm, 2020).
Alfredo Dante Vallesi
(Italy) is a photographer and collage artist from Marche region, Italy. Non ce ne siamo resi conto (2020) is his first video project.
Non ce ne siamo resi conto (coregia Giordano Viozzi, cm, 2020).
“This short film is a spin-off on the documentary L’ultima partita di Pasolini and aims at representing visually some of the mature comments that Pasolini made on the Italian society of the 1970s.”