Explore experimental films in Virtual Reality on your Smartphone, Tablet or PC.
Discover the private rare book collection of C.G. Jung and learn more about his works on alchemy.
A series of Moving Images against the war in Ukraine. Make Art Not War. Peace for the People. Freedom!
Immersive VR installation for Smartphone, Tablet and PC, in memory of the victims based on the Atlas of Nazi and Fascist Massacres in Italy.
When a Code War strikes on plants and transforms them into bits and bytes, there will be only left 0 and 1. Digital fragments of memories reproduce themselves into inherent loops of mutations painting dreams of peace and freedom. What will be our new reality?
The Screenplay of this “Recombinatory Film” is narrated entirely by the original Subtitles of the movies based on the Keyword: “Film” – A filmmaker who is also either a cinema programmer and a free time actress for arthouse movies decides to direct her first recombinatory film – will she succeed?
Reversed gender surrender of an acid society that obeys mainstream restrictions and prescriptions of how and what to be.
Strange things occur tonight whether the paranormal phenomenon is the invisible invasion of aliens from outer space or light flashes of another dimension? We will never know. Are we alone or may we encounter extraterrestrial species that are coming at night to conquer our dreams, our body and mind? What are you afraid of?
Furio’s Furious Fragments & Friends – Furio Jesi (1941 Turin -1980 Genoa), enfant prodige moving between a plethora of disciplines – egyptology, history of religions, German philology, literary criticism – passed away prematurely, not without leaving bright fragments which throw light on mechanisms beneath many socio-cultural practices, for instance regarding cultural belonging, the functions of myth in modern society. He saw kind of “mythological machines” at work underneath our cultural production of meanings, historically determined, departing from a void, something that is still in culture but as residue, a missing link to an alleged authentic experience nowadays compromised up to the point to became just rhetoric, a byword, which is in no way neutral, but a tool, a macchina, for maintaining the status quo and serving the power apparatus. As in the case of holidays, celebrations and festivals.
Hauntology of the Retrodromomania is an essayistic motion picture, a locomotory legwork, a deambulatory non-rural land survey, a casual journeying in a punctual dissertation around the phenomenon of the nostalgic feeling, discoursing on a late capitalistic landscape of social emotions, which are of yore, yet coloured of the postmodern tint of pixelated neo-noir, a socio-philosophical flâneur’s trip in critical theory escorted by the spirits of French post-structuralists. For a Sociology of Nostalgia revisited.