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NABA proudly announces its participation to the 15th edition of Rome Film Fest, in the event that will take place on October 23rd at 9 pm in the Teatro Studio Gianni Borgna at Auditorium Parco della Musica.

The Academy will showcase “NABA short film and documentary contest – Quarantine effects”, a selection of the short films realised by the students of the BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts, Film Making specialisation, based on the universal theme of human relationships as seen form a young generation point of view.

The short films explore the experiences lived by the students during the isolation period resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, and have been selected by a jury composed of NABA lecturers Eros Gioetto and Marianna Schivardi, under the supervision of Vincenzo Cuccia, Course Leader of the MA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts, as well as by professionals and consultants of Fondazione Cinema per Roma.

The selected short films are: “Lacuna” realised by Alessia Sauro, Sofia Spotti and Denise Verde; “Autoisolamento” by Francesco Bartoli Avvenuti; “Teorema Zero” by Amedeo Zancanella and Matteo Falco; “Gli occhi sorridono” by Fabiana Ricco, Matilda Prisco, Samuele Piacenza, Viviana Porzio, Luca Vignali and Melbert Bryan Saraza, and “Back home” (Special Mention) by Elisa Rosciglioni.

Until October 25th the selected shorts will be available to the public on demand on Digital RFF15, the platform created by Rome Film Fest, Here.

NABA short film and documentary contest – Quarantine effects
Rome Film Fest
October 23rd, 9 pm
Auditorium Parco della Musica, Teatro Studio Gianni Borgna

Free entrance until full capacity is reached. Reservation at initiatives.roma@naba.it by 9 pm of Tuesday October 20th is mandatory.

Cover: illustration by student Chiara Seveso

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