Good Morning Taranto

Good Morning Taranto

Category
2015-Competition, Habitat

Good Morning Taranto
Paolo Pisanelli

Italy, 2014, 84’

Editing: Matteo Gherardini
Photography: Paolo Pisanelli
Sound: Marco Cataldo
Sound Editing: Simone Altana, Daniele Scialo

Halk Eğitim Merkezi, Thursday 16:00- 18:00

Synopsis: “Good Morning Taranto” is a tensional and passionate journey through an area surrounded by clouds of smog. An intoxicated city at an unsustainable level. Air, land and water are all poisoned by the blasting furnaces of Ilva where coal is burned to produce steel. Ilva is the largest steel plant in Europe and was built right next to Taranto’s suburbs nearly fifty years ago. Its inhabitants’ anger and dreams are accompanied by a nomadic intermittent radio, a digital cine-eye that marks the rhythm of the film and follows the events occurring on the edge of reality.

Director: Paolo Pisanelli is a filmmaker who started working as photographer. He got a degree in Architecture and a Certificate from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. Since 1997 he devoted himself to film-making releasing documentaries screened at national and international festivals and won several awards. In 1998 he co-founded the association Big Sur, a cinematographic production studio and a communications agency. He has made documentaries for Fandango, Indigo Film, Big Sur, Arte-ZDF, Telepiù, Planète France, Sky, RTSI. He has managed the Cinema Workshop in Centro Diurno Montesanto in Rome. He is the creator and artistic director of the cinematographic festival Cinema del Reale held in Salento (Apulia) yearly.
Main filmography:
 “Nella Prospettiva Della Chiusura Lampo” (1997); “Io Calcoli Infiniti” (1998); “Il Magnifico Sette” (1998); “n” (1999); “Where We Go” (2000); “Roma A.D. 999” (2000); “Roma A.D. 000” (2001); “Don Vitaliano” (2002); “Tunza Tunza – Italian djs Electronic Productions” (2002); “Enrico Berlinguer – Conversazioni in Campania” (2004); “Il Sibilo Lungo della Taranta” (2006); “Il Teatro e il Professore” (2007); “Un Inverno di Guerra” (2009); “Ju Tarramutu” (The earthquake) (2011); “Aquilane” (2013), “Buongiorno Taranto” (2015)

Festival Intrnational de Cine Ambiental, Buenos Aires, Feature Film Second Award
Festival Vicoli Corti, 2015, Special Award
Premio Roberto Gavioli, 2014, Best documentary about industry and work
Premio Roberto Gavioli, 2014, Salute e Sicurezza sul lavoro Award