ONE DAY ON EARTH creates a picture of humanity by recording a 24-hour period throughout every country in the world. We explore a greater diversity of perspectives than ever seen before on screen. We follow characters and events that evolve throughout the day, interspersed with expansive global montages that explore the progression of life from birth, to death, to birth again. In the end, despite unprecedented challenges and tragedies throughout the world, we are reminded that every day we are alive there is hope and a choice to see a better future together.
A short, edited version of the footage shot for the ONE DAY ON EARTH project on 10/10/10. A short documentary about our future, featured in several websites and film festivals.
In occasione della 15ª Mostra Internazionale di Architettura della BIENNALE DI VENEZIA 2016 e insieme all'architetto Massimo Valente, abbiamo creato e prodotto un corto documentario dove un condominio degli anni ‘60 di una ex periferia romana è lo scenario all’interno del quale si muove la narrazione. Un racconto che raccoglie il contributo di sei famiglie portate, forse per la prima volta, a riflettere sul rapporto che hanno costruito con gli spazi che abitano. La configurazione degli spazi modifica le abitudini e la condizione dell’esistenza quotidiana.
EISEN. A short, experimental exercise of video art in cooperation with Valerio Cicco, creative executive director of LinkITB.
This is my third One day on Earth video. This year the theme was: "What do you have? What do you need?", so I decided to portrait a visual poem about optimism that reflects our state of mind. Thanks to Orsetta Borghero, who's given an incredible life to these wonderful words. Shot on 12.12.12 in an ex mental hospital near Milan.
This little commercial was shot in 2005 with my 16mm Bolex camera. The film was pretty successful and it was shortlisted at the 2006 Cannes Advertising Film Festival. I'm the creative behind the idea and I directed it with virtually no budget.
Feel the night around the streets of Madrid in this fast paced visual trip. 1 HOUR in 1 MINUTE.
This is part of the World Hour Project video I've shot on october 3rd 2010. I had to shoot between 2:00 and 3:00 AM and I decided to show what Madrid is like on a saturday night at such a late hour. The Time-lapse was shot with a Canon 7D and Carl Zeiss primes, 18mm f/4 and 28mm f/2.8. The camera was mounted on the car roof.