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SCREENING OF "THE VOICE OF THE BODY" BY LUCA VULLO

Data:

10/11/2016


SCREENING OF

ITALIAN GESTICULATION
Docu-Fiction “The Voice of the Body” (2011, 60’)

This innovative documentary is about how Italians, and Sicilians in particular, speak with their hands, using a peculiar non-verbal code of communication. "The Voice of the Body" was recognized as a ‘Film d’Essai’ (i.e., a work with a superior authorial quality) by the Italian Ministry of Culture, General Direction for Cinema. It was subsequently entered in the ‘Schermi di Qualità’ scheme for the promotion of Italian cinema. Furthermore, the movie was selected for the Sicilian Itinerant Festival of Documentaries ‘Visionan DOC’ organized by FICE Sicily, and was screened in several municipal and provincial halls in Sicily between November 2012 and February 2013. In Italian with English subtitles.

LUCA VULLO
Luca Vullo is a writer, director and producer based between London and LA who has realized powerful documentaries recognized internationally. The first successful documentary is “From Sulphur to Coal" released in 2008, a social anthropological film on the consequences of the 1946 Italo-Belgian Pact, and the life of Sicilian miners in Belgium after WWII. As expert of Italian gestures, Luca Vullo wrote and directed a documentary about the Sicilian gestures titled “The Voice of the Body" in 2011 that has received very warm responses worldwide. Since then many Universities around the world invited him for workshops, lessons and debates on Italian body language. In London he worked as body language coach for the new production of Pirandello's Liolà directed by Richard Eyre at the Royal National Theatre. More recently, Luca Vullo has been filming in London a new documentary entitled “INFLUX” about Italian immigration in the UK, such hot social topic of the moment after BREXIT.

While Luca Vullo is in Chicago, he will perform workshops on Italian gestures in both Italian and English at local universities.

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Informazioni

Data: Gio 10 Nov 2016

Orario: Alle 18:00

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Italian Cultural Institute - 500 N Michigan Ave, S

1040