THE 2010 CFC WORLDWIDE SHORT
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JUNE 1 -6
Just another minute my love | 10-43
Ancora un minuto amore Marco Guido Cardelli | Italy | 2009 | 16 minutes | Fiction
Producer: Marco Guido Cardelli | Screenplay: Marco Guido Cardelli, Camilla Maria Santini | Editing: Simone Fantozzi | Cinematography: Rob Wilton | Sound: Libero Colimberti | Music: Maurizio
Bottazzi | Cast: Paola Bolelli, Alberto Ierardi | Print Source: Marco Guido Cardelli | tel: 39 34 87050194 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A businesswoman is on a date with her younger lover. Looking for a furtive moment of intimacy, they hide in a deserted warehouse. Somebody will close the door. The
beginning of a long night.
Title – Just another minute my love
Genre – Short film, dramatic
End of production date – May 2009
Country of production – Italy
Aspect Ratio – 2:1
Running time - 15’34’’
Language - Italian (with English subtitles)
Shooting format - 4k 24fpf 2:1
Screening format - 2k 24fpf 2:1
Production Company - OFFICINE BIANCHE
In collaboration with - SUMATRA GROUP
Marco Cardelli, Director
Marco is a professional photographer. He has been working in the fashion business for many years. After directing and produced a few commercials and corporate films, he studies Film Direction at the New York Film Academy, Universal Studios, Hollywood CA.
Just another minute, my love – Italy 2009 – Short film colour – 15 minutes –Red Camera 35 mm – Writer and Director – Officine Bianche Production.
If only we could – USA 2008 – Short film 5 minutes – 16 mm B&W - Writer and Director – NYFA Production.
A momentary lapse of reason – USA 2008 – Short film 3 minutes – 16 mm B&W – Writer and Director – NYFA Production.
West Hollywood crime – USA 2008 – Short film 5 minutes – 16 mm B&W – Writer and Director – NYFA Production.
To do or not to do – USA 2008 – Short film 5 minutes – 16 mm B&W – Writer and Director – NYFA Production.
Marco Bicego jewels – Italy 2008 – Corporate Video – 3 minutes – colour digital HD – Producer and Art Directo
Marco Bicego jewels – Italy 2008 – Advertising Video – 1 minute – colour Digital HD – Producer and Art Director
Richard Avedon, Martina Bacigalupo,
Gianni Berengo Gardin,
Ernesto Bazan, Marco Cardelli, Giacomo Costa,
Patrizia Dottori, Nancy Fina,
MaÏmouna Patrizia Guerresi, Alex Majoli,
Claude Nori, Man Ray,
Studio Azzurro,Fabio Zonta, Lucille Vrignaud,
Debora Vrizzi, World Press Photo,
anteprima per la stampa
giovedì 10 settembre 2009
Galleria Carla Sozzani
Corso Como10 - 20154 Milano, Italia
presentazione del programma 2009
Award 2009 a Eikoh Hosoe
LdPf 0583 5899215 - email@example.com - www.ldpf.it
Marco Cardelli "Ab-Solutum" -
LOCATION: Palazzo Guinigi- Lucca - Italy
ORARIO: Lun – ven 15,00 – 19,30 / Sab - dom e 7 e 8 dicembre 10,00 – 19,30
NOTE: Una produzione LDPF in Anteprima Mondiale
Marco Cardelli agrees with the general lines of Pop Art's interest for the object of common use (bottle, shoe, glass ...). But he does not accept the invitation to wander into the sphere of tcomplaint, nor into the myth of "object". In fact, in his proceeding ,while recalling events of object's estrangement in the reader as J. Rosenquist did ,he arrives to break the images free from of all function of use, stripped of the category of 'useful.' Those images though still remaining common objects belonging to everyday life, return to life in a shot ; they are entyties to be thought of again by virtue of a poetic that is structured in a hyperbole either as expansion (growth) or contraction (decrease) of dimensions, that brings in it the removal of redundant codes of reading habit on which the user rests on.
As a result of this poetic the notion of the photographed objects is weakened and so the concept considered as the sum of characteristics belonging to the object itself .
The new achieved forms ,however,do not to lie in the limbo of abstraction;,re-raised , nevertheless from the visible, are through shooting, re-veiled as evocative,inviting the viewer to a new sensory experience to understand them, suspended the common wisdom, as self-referential and high in its own 'eidetic 'sphere'.
'Sphere 'consisting in happily "ghestalthic"structured reports as taken with a Polaroid, where different levels result naturally arranged in new plastic poses .Summing up,the author works by offering perseptive solutions to a space that often the subject with its only shadow, builds, as in the shot dedicated to the stone, where the synthesis is minimalism: the object lives outside of any narrative and psychological residual.
Can be considered the salient features of his turning and looking at what you see, the effort to free oneself and release the object from the architecture plant of axes,cancellating the risk of contaminating it with prior persetive assumptions and intellectual ideas of scenery.