Movida
Movida
Alessandro Padovani
Italy / 2020 / 68' / Docu-Fiction
Movida
Alessandro Padovani
Italy / 2020 / 68' / Docu-Fiction

Children play war between the abandoned houses of a mountain village. Tommaso and Riccardo with other guys build a motor tricycle, spending the summer between the parking lots and hangars. Lorenzo is the son of a transhumant shepherd, and he wouldn’t like to continue his father’s profession, but to spend a summer like other teenagers. Belluno is one of the many Italian provinces that is becoming depopulated. MOVIDA tells it through the eyes of children and young people who live there.

Language: Italian

Director

Alessandro Padovani

Born in 1993, he graduated at CSC in 2018. He won the Mattador Prize in 2013 and 2018, and the Vincenzoni Prize in 2015 and 2016. In 2019 he won Emergency Price with APE REGINA. In 2017 he wrote A JACKET and in 2018 OLTRE IL FIUME for JoleFilm, winner of RIFF 2019. From 2018 he’s working on BROTHERHOOD directed by Francesco Montagner. MOVIDA is his first documentary.

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