Wednesday, September 28th, 15.00, Cinema Massimo, Screen 3
Event in collaboration with CGIL-CISL-UIL Turin and University of Turin
Job Film Days dedicates a special event to construction work, where workers from various parts of the world operate in large construction sites. The event, organized in collaboration with CGIL-CISL-UIL Turin and the University of Turin, will take place on Wednesday, September 28th at 15:00 at the Cinema Massimo, with the screening of the movie À ciel ouvert by Charlie Petersmann, in its national preview.
A debate will follow with the intervention of Mario De Lellis (FILCA CISL Turin) and Alessandra Algostino (University of Turin – Department of Law).
Admission method: free admission.
À CIEL OUVERT – IN OPEN AIR (Switzerland, 2021, ’75)
Director: Charlie Petersmann
Script: Charlie Petersmann
Photography: Charlie Petersmann
Editing: Christine Hoffet, Charlie Petersmann
Producer: Vania Jaikin Miyazaki
Production: Mnemosyn Films, RTS – Radio Télévision Suisse
From the foundations to the finished buildings. The movie describes the stages in the construction of a building complex, the everyday life inside a huge open-air construction site in French-speaking Switzerland. It introduces us to the workers, their hard work and stories. People coming from various parts of the world and more or less integrated in Switzerland, each one with a past that cannot be forgotten and a present that is always in the balance.
Charlie Petersmann (Geneva, Switzerland, 1984), director, cinematographer and editor, he studied at DFFB (Deutsche Film-und Fernsehakademie Berlin) from 2006 to 2012. He began his career by making short films, Verbrannte Erde (2010) and Cantos (2013, doc). He then devoted himself to documentary feature films, like Gangbé! (2015) and À ciel ouvert (2022), presented to major national festivals.
Filmography: Verbrannte Erde (2010, sf), Cantos (2013, doc, sf), Gangbé! (2015, doc), Miss Rain (2017, sf), À ciel ouvert (2021, doc).