In occasion of the 11th edition of the Ca' Foscari Short Film Festival (October 6-9, 2021), VIU is proud to present the four short films created by the students of the 3rd edition of the VIU Summer School on Films in Venice and Filming Venice. Professor Maria Roberta Novielli, Artistic Director and overall organizer of the Festival, is teaching Faculty at the Summer School.
The short films will be screened in four different locations, shown below, and we encourage you to go see them if you have the chance!
October 7, 2.00 PM - AUDITORIUM SANTA MARGHERITA - Click on this link to book the screening
October 7, 2.00 PM - FONDAZIONE UGO E OLGA LEVI - no booking required, subject to availability
October 7, 2.00 PM - MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO NAZIONALE DI VENEZIA - to book, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (Green Pass required)
October 8, 3.30 PM - PALAZZO GRIMANI - to book, send an email to email@example.com or call +39 041.2411507
Pietro Agnoletto, Noemi Petrasso, Baiba Pruse, Yan Guan Rosanna Suter
The documentary explores the world of culture, nature and gastronomy through one chef’s eyes across the marshlands of the Venetian Lagoon.
Viktoria Molnar, Charline Lara Coquoz, Polona Zabret, Fran Apprich, Christian Fuechsl, Irene Losi, Christan Barnard
Humans are complicated creatures. We have our personal and at the same time collective thoughts, feelings, desires, and questions about ourselves and the others; we reflect on the connections that stem from this mutual interactions. Some answers exist and may be discovered in the Venetian gems– are these the many the bridges? Relationships and bridges connect people, and places. They are our LINKS.
Beatrice Peghin, Manon Cools, Ruby Amber Dorney, Lili Viràg Szuhay-Murciano, Anushri Pandey
Do coincidences exist? Or is it all written in the stars? On a rainy day in Venice, sparks fly when solo tourist Jacqueline meets the vibrant Emma. After bonding over astrology and Jane Austen, they impulsively decide to spend the day together, everything seems to fall into place. Long live spontaneity!
Andrea Mazzoleni, Maria Ballico, Felix Keilhack, Yael Shmuelov, Loïc Schalbetter
Alone, uncertain and wounded, an artist desperately tries to give shape to what she feels, but anger makes her destroy her work. What will happen to her next painting?
For further information on the summer school, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org