Futura is a truly collective work, where collectiveness is at the service of a whole project. It explores what boys and girls from 15 to 20 think about the future, through a series of interviews filmed during a long journey across Italy. It is a portrait of the country, as seen through the eyes of a group of teens who talk about the places they live in, their dreams, expectations, desires and fears.
She graduated from the University of Turin in Literature and Philosophy. At the age of 29, she directed her first film, Corpo Celeste, presented at the Directors' Fortnight. It was followed by Le meraviglie, grand prix du Jury in Cannes and Lazzaro felice, prize for screenplay in Cannes in 2018.
Born in 1969, after studying political science, he graduated in directing from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. Saimir, his first film, was awarded in Venice. His next films were presented in many international festivals.
A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, Pietro Marcello made his first short films in the 2000s, before signing his first feature, The Mouth of the Wolf, which earned him instant recognition from international critics. His subsequent films, including Lost and Beautiful, established him as one of the most inventive documentary filmmakers of his generation. But it is especially with Martin Eden, his first fiction film, that the public discovered his talent.
Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi, Alice Rohrwacher
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