Directed by Oliver Astrologo & Nils Astrologo – fb.com/oliver.astrologo
Much has been made about the wonders of Venice, but few ever venture deep enough across its less touristy, yet still historical hidden places. Beyond hundreds of canals and a diverse architectural style, a secret facet of Venetian life lives on, in which the journey of hand crafting gondola wooden oars and loomed fabrics remains rooted in ancient folk traditions.
This short film uncovers the secrets that have been handed down from father to son and projects you to the Venice that existed 500 years ago, immersing you in the extraordinary craftsmen’s veiled workshops that belong to a long lost era.
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This project has been produced in partnership with René Caovilla, the master Venetian shoemaker who has overwhelmed the world with his creations.
This video is a homage to the city of Venice on behalf of René Caovilla – renecaovilla.com
Flickr album: flic.kr/s/aHskBsBgNV
Filmed by Tommaso Cassinis | Nils Astrologo | Oliver Astrologo
Production assistant Valeria D’Ovidio
Location Manager Matteo Gottardis
Music produced by ZerOKilled Music Inc. – zerokilledmusic.com
Track ”Dream Journey” written by Moon Device
Sound Design by Peter Breaker
Listen on SoundCloud: goo.gl/03hVE1
Drone Footage licensed from third parties owners.
Claudio Roberto Zavagno
Fondazione Guggenheim Venezia
Forcole Saverio Pastor
Gaia Diletta Bottacin
Libreria Acqua Alta
Luigi Bevilacqua Srl
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Monte Amiata is the highest Italian extinct volcano. The summit of Monte Amiata is 1738 meters above sea level between the provinces of Siena and Grosseto in southern Tuscany.
The surrounding area contains volcanic lakes, rugged rocks, river sources and several protected areas. Monte Amiata boasts a broad variety of natural habitats, from forests of chestnut and beech to water springs and even mineral quarries.
The pieve di Lamola is a very beautiful countryside church
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GOPRO 4 Black
Music: Neomusic – Moonlight – CC BY SA NC
7 artists, 7 days, 7 videos.
The amazing Italian region of Liguria told in time-lapse and tilt-shift.
A magical and peculiar visual tour from Riviera di Ponente to Riviera di Levante and in between!
Shot in one week during Digital Diary of Liguria (turismoinliguria.it) for Can’t Forget Italy.
From more than 16.000 pictures.
Music “Ma Se Ghe Penso” — Mario Capello (1925)
“A Seissento” — Piero Parodi (1967)
XII Multivision Festival 2014 Official Selection
flEXiff 2014 Official Selection
1st Prize Best Timelapse
1st Prize Category Destination
Digital Diary Liguria 2013
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Ortigia (Ottiggia in Syracuse’s dialect, Ortygia, Ὀρτυγία in ancient greek) is the name of the island which is the oldest part of the city of Syracuse. It’s beautiful to get lost in this city, in the most intimate areas hidden to tourists, where the kids play in the street and the elderly stroll and chat with each other, all topped off by a surreal silence. Visiting Ortigia makes you fall in love madly, with no turning back.
Ortigia (L’Ottiggia in dialetto siracusano, Ortygia, Ὀρτυγία in greco antico) è il nome dell’isola che costituisce la parte più antica della città di Siracusa. È bellissimo perdersi in questa città, nelle zone più intime e nascoste ai turisti, dove i ragazzini giocano per strada e gli anziani passeggiano e chiacchierano tra di loro, tutto condito da un silenzio surreale. Visitare Ortigia equivale a innamorarsene perdutamente, senza poter più tornare indietro.
A video by Giuseppe Zizza
Music “Infinity” by One Hundred Years
Starring Giulia Modica
Appearence Corrado Sororo, Stefano Mascaro, Nina Mascaro, Chiara Ilarda, Elia Zocco
Thanks to Elena Muratore and her patience, Giusj Musumeci, the market’s merchants, the sunrise
Filmed with a Canon 6D and GoPro Hero 4 black edition
Edited and graded in Premiere Pro.