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  • Powers of Ten™

  • Powers of Ten takes us on an adventure in magnitudes. Starting at a picnic by the lakeside in Chicago, this famous film transports us to the outer edges of the universe. Every ten seconds we view the starting point from ten times farther out until our own galaxy is visible only a s a speck of light among many others. R[...]
  • Going Underground in pictures

  • "Every day I travelled to King's Cross and back. Coming home late at night, it was like a party and I felt like the tube was mine and I was there to take the pictures." Bob Mazzer Bob Mazzer is a social documentary photographer born in Whitechapel, East London. In the 1970s and 80s, he worked as a projectionist in a[...]
  • The Evolving Room; Inhabiting Zero Wasted Space

  • On average, we only use 13 percent of the space we have at our disposal. So couldn't we settle for less? Student of Architecture Stavros Gargaretas studied whether this was true by making an exact analysis of human movements. His project 'The Evolving Room; Inhabiting Zero Wasted Space' makes him a contender for the ti[...]
  • BARBICAN | Urban Poetry - Teaser

  • BARBICAN | Urban Poetry is a short documentary about the history of the Barbican Estate in London, as told by its residents. Coming March 2015. Source: Joe Gilbers _ tumblr Joe Gilbert is a documentary filmmaker based in London, who graduated from the University for the Creative Arts in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in Fil[...]
  • A Village of Concrete Sculptures

  • Negev Monument, Beersheva, Israel, 1963-1968 Sunlight, wind organs, water, desert, acacias, gray concrete, text, memory A “village of concrete sculptures” covering an area of 10.000 square meters. This work, which dominates the whole desert plain around Beersheva, is Karavan’s first environmental site-specific scul[...]
  • Documentary Platform, una ricerca visiva sul paesaggio

  • Documentary Platform  è una ricerca visiva sul paesaggio, il paesaggio sociale e il territorio italiano nata con il proposito di osservare che cosa sta accadendo in Italia in questo momento storico. Attraverso la costruzione di un archivio visivo, curato da Michele Cera e Federico Covre, vengono raccolte le riflessioni[...]
  • Italy the Extraordinary Commonplace

  • Il Vice Ministro Calenda ha mostrato in anteprima a Davos un video – che il Ministero e ICE hanno prodotto – per evidenziare i nostri punti di forza e sfatare alcuni dei principali luoghi comuni sull'Italia, cioè che il Made in Italy sia in grado di esprimere solo prodotti della moda e del design, oltre che naturalment[...]
  • L'albero di Trasmissione

  • C'era un tempo in cui la meccanica aveva un peso diverso nella realtà quotidiana e proprio da quegli anni, ormai lontani nella memoria (seppur così vicini storicamente), sembrano venir fuori le figure emblematiche del film L'albero di trasmissione di Fabrizio Bellomo, presentato in anteprima mondiale al 55 Festival dei[...]
  • Way Out

  • ‘Way out’, my MA graduation film, is inspired by ‘Alone Together’ by Sherry Turkle and a reflection of modern life in this digital age. The exaggerated contrast between emotionless citizens and characterized phones reveals our over-­‐dependence on virtual communication. A dramatic and extreme consequence shows a negati[...]
  • Campari: storia di un rituale sociale

  • La fabbrica di liquori fu fondata nel 1860 da Gaspare Campari a Milano. Nel 1882 alla morte del fondatore uno dei suoi cinque figli, Davide, introdusse fondamentali cambiamenti trasformando l’azienda in una delle più note all’estero: da “Liquoreria Campari” a “Gaspare Campari-Fratelli Campari successori” nel 1902 e qui[...]