Switzerland / 2013 / 8'
“My grandfather is telling me a story that he invented, and asks me to make a film out of it. Because of pollution, pesticides, and other toxic substances, a bee decides to leave her hive, looking for a more comfortable place for her to live in.” (Marcel Barelli, director)
Born in Lodrino (Canton Ticino) in 1985, he graduates in cinema from HEAD (Haute École d'Art et de Design) in Geneva, where he currently resides and works. Before "Vigia", he directed the award winning animated shorts "Gypaetus helveticus" (2011), screened at Trento Film Festival in 2012 and "Peripheria" (2009).