Creativity doesn’t stop. It was a message, simple and clear, that RUFA launched forcefully during the quarantine period and which is now clearly expressed thanks to the work of many students and graduates of the Academy who have resumed to express themselves and “fly high”.
As part of the program “Save the date”, broadcast on Rai 5, an extensive report was dedicated to the documentary “Dialoghi dietro le quinte”, curated by director Giulia Zumpano. The project, co – produced by RUFA, is the first and only Italian experience aimed at enhancing film production as a form of expression of the potential of deaf people. It is, specifically, a work that originated from the thesis that Zumpano herself carried out with the coordination of the teacher Christian Angeli. “Dialoghi dietro le quinte” tells the story of Dario Pasquarella, deaf director and actor, and his company, in search of a constant iteration between deaf and deaf, between sign language and spoken language.
Dialoghi da dietro le quinte
The School of Cinema is at the centre of the Rai format also for the documentary “Alice Pasquini – Figlia del mondo”. Tonight at 11pm, again on Rai 5 during “Save the Date”, there will be a space dedicated to the work of students Martina Bonfiglio, Nicola Giampà, Francesco Castellaneta, Nicola Cera and Gianlorenzo Grassi, who followed the famous Italian street artist. Also in this case the students were guided by Christian Angeli.
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Alice Pasquini – Figlia del mondo