Director BIO: Stefano Viali (KALEYDOSKOP)

Stefano Viali, made his debut in theater as a director and actor in 1982 with the show “Omaggio a Petrolini”. (Selected by critics among Italian novelties 81/82). He has studied with Paolo Panelli and has partecipated in several films and television productions, both in Italy and abroad. David di Donatello 2005 and Special Mention at Nastri d’Argento for his first shortmovie: “Lotta Libera”. In 2006, he directed the docufiction “The Hidden Gendercide” and the shortmovie “Forme” (Special Mention at Nastri d’Argento). In the following years he directed the shortmovie “A nurse named Laura”, the docufiction “History of a shipwreck – Singing for Migrants”. In 2015 he directed the shortmovie: “Public Obscenity”. In 2017 he produced and directed with Francesca Pirani “Beo” a documentary, selected and awarded in several international festivals. Last year, he directed the short “Showdown”. His last work is “Kaleydoskop – Opera Unica in Movimento” He is preparing his first feature film.

Director Statement

A subjective journey, made up of images, sounds and colors. A research on the creative process, on the possibility of creating a cinematographic, non-narrative story, starting from the works that a group of artists had previously created for an art installation. The camera explores, reacts, re-elaborates what it sees through the movements of the frames and then with the editing, trying to subtract every element of reality. In this way it takes the viewers point of view and allows them to create a completely new and personal image. Fragments of emotions, sudden changes of rhythm and colors, as in a kaleidoscope in which you can see a continuous intertwining of multiple stories, which will leave a trace on the viewers. As it happens in a dream.

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