Thursday 05 September 2019
21:30 Villa degli Autori 

Sicilia Doc Night marks the start of a collaboration between Giornate degli Autori, the Sicilia Film Commission, and the three-year degree in Documentary Filmmaking at the CSC - National Film School in Palermo, directed by Costanza Quatriglio

The screenings of films by CSC students and former students get underway at 9:30, alternating with their own commentary and the input of filmmakers and other film professionals who strive each day to make CSC a place to experiment with different art forms and approaches, and a pluralistic outlook on the world and life today.

The event features the presentation of trailers for thesis films by students Silvia MiolaAndrea Vallero and Camilla Iannetti; first- and second-year projects by students Filippo Foscarini and Beatrice Perego; as well as an introduction to Ginko Film, the production company founded by former students at CSC Palermo: Chiara AndrichAndrea Mura and Giovanni Pellegrini.

On hand for the evening devoted to CSC: CSC President Felice Laudadio; General Director Marcello Foti; the Principal of the National Film School, Adriano De Santis; the Councillor for Tourism, Sports and Entertainment at the Regional Government of Sicily, Manlio Messina; the General Director of the Department of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment at the Regional Government of Sicily, Alessandro Rais; the Director of the Sicilian branch campus of CSC, Ivan Scinardo; and some of the CSC teachers.

The deadline for applications to the National Film School's three-year program in Documentary Filmmaking is October 1, 2019.For more information on the program and its teachers, see the link.

TrailersSicilian branch campus of the CSC - National Film SchoolMama don't go by Silvia Miola
Le sorelle by Andrea Vallero
Marisol by Camilla Iannetti

The Sicilian branch campus of the CSC - National Film School is supported by the Regional Government of Sicily's Department of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment, and by the Sicilia Film Commission, as part of it Sensi Contemporanei program.
With the support of the Municipality of Palermo.

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