Better one day, an independent film-documentary

Study, deepen and then follow up those contaminations and collaborations that make art a path never trivial. “Meglio un giorno” is the first documentary film by two young independent directors: Elena Rebeca Carini and Ilaria Giangrande. Elena is a RUFA graduate who received her master’s degree in cinematographic art on February 27th with a mark of 110 cum laude. During her career she met Ilaria and in a very short time, the idea was born to tell the story of Mimmo Caldaro, a boy who has been affected by SMA2 since he was a child, but who dispenses the desire to live, smiling at the obstacles of everyday life. The result is a thin, atrophied, paralyzed body, a simple envelope, however, inside which lives a boy who never stands still, who writes books, dances on the moon and solves the problems of others.

This intense work will be presented this evening, Friday, June 5 at 11.05 pm on Rai 5 with a report within the cultural program #SAVETHEDATE, which for 5 seasons now aims to tell the public about the cultural offer of the country, choosing between exhibitions, opera productions, prose, dance, music and literature. From the day after, i.e. from Saturday, the program will be visible on Raiplay, while Tuesday night there will be a reply on Rai3 at 1.05 am.

It is the narration of Elena and Ilaria: one direction, two girls, one story and two cameras.