Author:
Domus
Published:
September 3, 2015
Categories:
Architecture Visual arts

In my life I have been fortunate to have explored fascinating places around the world. There is one particular city though, that keeps giving me new emotions every day. It is Roma (or Rome). Its variety of architectures that stands clearly apart from other “megacities”, its unique history legacy and its intimate and quieter sides make Rome a city that gets into your bloodstream. Rome has been documented in different ways and for different purposes but few videos make you appreciate this city through local’s eyes.
I have dedicated months filming everyday’s moment to describe a day in Rome and this short film is the result. Let me indulge you for a few minutes.

Locations: Many filmed locations are unknown to many. Click on the link to see film locations on map: goo.gl/AWgM6g
Based on an original idea and directed by Oliver Astrologo – FB: fb.com/oliver.astrologo
Additional footage: Nils Astrologo
Original Score: Max LL – maxll.ca _ The original soundtrack of ROMA has been produced by talented composer Max LL. All music and sounds effects rights are reserved.
SteadyCam (Gimbal) support, Area Visus: aereavisus.it
Thanks to: Marco Baroni di Fonderia, Simone Sampò, Alice Celia, Federico Chericoni and everyone who helped me create this video.
Appearances: Maurizio & Satia Martinoli, Alessia Scognamiglio, Andrea di Curcio, Stefano Silvani, Valeria D’Ovidio, Tommaso Cassinis. The mask: Jacopo Sabar Giacchino.
Shoot using: Sony A7ii @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2), Sony A7s @ 1080 50p PP7 (Exposed in S-Log2)
Video Stabilization: Area Visus AV-ST-01
Lens used: Zeiss 35mm 2.8, Zeiss 55mm 1.8, Canon 24-15mm 4.0 IS
Color Correction: ImpulZ LUTs with some tweaks.