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From the Academy's lab to the big screen, "La Tana" by Beatrice Baldacci (Medialab NABA Rome) debuted. The movie is in theatres from April 28, and NABA is proud to have taken part in its production involving five students.

The plot, the director and NABA's collaboration in the film

"La Tana" is an intense and intimate movie with deep social and ethical implications. The countryside and summertime frame the stories of Giulio and Lia - an extroverted and optimistic 18-year-old guy and a 20-year-old girl with hopelessness. The story engine arrives with a man's regular visits to Lia's farmhouse. From night to night, woman's moans come from there, amplifying the mystery, drawing Giulio's attention and capturing the audience.

The filmmaker Beatrice Baldacci is part of the NABA Faculty. Thanks to the autobiographical short film "Supereroi senza Superpoteri” she won the Zavattini Prize and was awarded at the 76th Venice International Film Festival for the Horizons section in 2019. In 2021, she became the first and only Italian woman to win the Biennale College Cinema, receiving funding for "La Tana". The film had its national premiere at the 78th Venice International Film Festival. It was also selected for Alice nella città - independent section of the Rome Film Festival - and won the Raffaella Fioretta Award for the Italian Cinema.

NABA participated in the movie production, and five students from the Media Design and New Technologies Area of the Rome campus have collaborated behind the scenes. They are: Ester Aureliano (video assist and assistant editor), Alessandro Ciuffardi (video assist), Alessandro la Marca (assistant editor), Angelica Alinei and Giovanni Galati (backstage and set photographers). This partnership demonstrates NABA's vocation in the motion picture industry and its expressive languages, which will be the focus of the BA Programme in Film and Animation* from October 2022.

 

*Evolution of the current BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts, subject to authorisation by MUR for A.Y. 2022/23 for Rome teaching delivery campus.

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