Once upon a time, across the new millennium, in Milan's urban pattern, an art avant-garde was born. The documentary "Milano Club 1995-2001" describes that period through the voice of its leading personalities, who still inspire emerging artists. NABA pays tribute to this music and cultural scene by showing Andrea Cavallari's film at NABA Milan campus. The free-access event will take place on Thursday, April 21, from 5 PM in Room G 0.4.
The underground music scene and the event's guests
From Casinò Royale to Lele Sacchi, from Tunnel to Magazzini Generali: many new experiences were born in Milan in little more than five years. All of them have left a permanent mark on the city and on the people who have passed through it. "Milano Club 1995-2001" is, in fact, a journey through time; it is the novel of a movement influencing creativity as much as lifestyle trends.
During the event at NABA, Alessandro Bertante (Course Leader of the BA in Film and Animation) will retrace those years with some of the documentary's protagonists. The director Andrea Cavallari, Dj Painè and the producer Stefano Ghittoni will anticipate the movie screening talking about the most significant events of that cultural expression. The event will also be an opportunity to confront Generation Z. It will reveal a path that has led to the current state of the art.
“Milano Club 1995-2001”: event information
Room G 0.4, NABA campus, via C. Darwin, 20, Milan.
Thursday, April 21, from 5 PM to 8 PM.
Free entrance subject to availability.