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#CinemaeAmbienteAvezzano

No planet B

June

2

15.00

Plastic river

Manuel Camia

Documentary

15'

Italy

2019

Plastic River is a documentary focused on the annual commitment of Tiberio, an italian man who goes kayaking in the rivers of Lombardy, cleaning them from plastic waste. Our intent is to enhance the beauty of these areas and to stimulate awareness among viewers, showing them the purity and elegance of this natural places in contrast to the degradation caused by pollution.

June

2

15.30

Vivons autrement

Living another way

Brewenn Helay, Léa Schiettecatte

Documentary

48'

France

2019

Italian premiere

Shot in New Zealand, this documentary shows different people who chose to act for a more sustainable world. From permaculture to self-sufficient lifestyle, this film relates their inspiring stories.

June

2

16.30

Hongdou

Red bean

Yu Chen

Fiction

9' 49''

China

2020

“Red bean” is a metaphor in Chinese culture. It refers to love for and concern with relatives and old friends. The outer space that houses humanity is like purgatory, and the earth is the only shelter for human life. It is better to protect our “home” from now on than to miss our “home”.

June

2

16.45

Painting by numbers

Radheya Jegatheva

Animation

4' 23''

Australia

2020

Italian premiere

A child’s encounter with classic masterpieces triggers a confronting epiphany.

June

2

17.00

False alarm

Lu Pulici

Music video

4' 20''

Italy

2020

Italian premiere

The planet is crying out for help. Unfortunately there are people who still insist on saying that it is a false alarm. This is the music video False Alarme by Jorge da Rocha, from the album BLAU (Being Lost As Usual)

June

2

17.15

Scream for ice

Emir Aytemür

Animation

04' 02"

Turkey

2021

Italian premiere

The Sun shines, ice melts.
A polar bear on its own.
A child cries out ah!

The haiku poem you read above is the core of the “Scream For Ice”. And the narrative form of “Scream For Ice” is based on the traditional Japanese art of poetry, Haiku.

June

2

17.30

Adam & Eve mk II

Sebastian Kuder

Animation

4'

United Kingdom

2021

In a post-apocalyptic future, human memories from the now-extinct species homo sapiens are loaded into the artificial brain of a robot.

June

2

20.30

Intrecci etici

The revolution of sustainable fashion in Italy

Lorenzo Malavolta, Lucia Mauri

Documentary

56'

Italy

2020

Fashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Intrecci etici tells how a revolution is taking place in Italy to make the fashion sector more sustainable and how this change is under everyone’s eyes. While producers are making concrete commitment to make fashion more ethical and sustainable, it is we consumers who have the power to change things, step by step, with our portfolio and everyday choices.

June

3

15.45

Terramorta

Wasteland

Gianfrancesco Iacono, Michele Scimè

Documentary

4' 39''

Italy

2020

Italian premiere

Sicily 2020. Industrial agglomeration of Termini Imerese. In 2011, after 40 years of activity, the Fiat plant for te production of motor vehicles closes. A land where economic crisis and environmental disaster have been intertwined for a long time now.


		

June

3

18.45

Call for a poetic city

Elisabeth Felson

Documentary

60'

United Kingdom

2020

Italian premiere

The Nye family, who arrived in London from Australia in the 60’s, established a stable in Hyde Park, working at the community level, democratizing riding in the city, providing riding for the children, the handicapped, and the schools, teaching young people hard work, passing their dream from generation to generation. The camera captures the day-to-day routines and challenges of Ross Nye Stables with humour, poetry and a strong cinematography.

June

4

15.00

Handmade in Bangladesh

Florian Wehking, Liz Bachhuber

Documentary

76'

Bangadlesh, Germany

2020

Italian premiere

In short episodes Handmade in Bangladesh tells the stories of average working people who live in a rich cultural heritage of artisan handicraft and creativity. They invent many ways of recycling in order to make a living out of basically nothing, looking at it from the perspective of the affluent West, in the sense that “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” In this way the film offers an alternative point of view to the often one-sided, negative media image of this young country.

June

5

15.30

A fistful of rubbish

David Regos

Documentary

14'

Spain

2019

Italian premiere

A Western environmental documentary, “A Fistful of Rubbish” is set in the Tabernas Desert in Spain – Europe’s only desert. An area known for being the backdrop of many famous Western films, sadly is being trashed. But now, a group of locals are forming a posse and taking things into their own hands. Literally.

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