Sunday September 26th, 09:00 pm, Cinema Massimo, Screen 1
Job Film Days 2021 Award Ceremony – Closing movie
The closing evening of Job Film Days’ second edition, presented by actress and festival hostess Manuela Grippi along journalist and writer Paolo Volpato, will take place on Sunday September 26th at 08:45 pm at Cinema Massimo’s Screen 1. During the evening, the award ceremony of both competitive sections will take place: the JFD – INAIL Piedmont “Lavoro 2021” International Film Award, international contest dedicated to various aspects of the world of work and the JFD – Turin Chamber of Commerce Job for the Future FD Award, contest dedicated to short films made by directors under 40 who talk about “emerging” jobs and the challenges of contemporary work. The attending public will be able to watch the screening of the closing film as well, Fuori tutto by Gianluca Matarrese, preceded by a short live set by Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo, co-author with Julia Kent of the movie?s soundtrack.
Access mode: admission to the event is reserved for guests. In any case, a ticket quota will be available for purchase online or at Cinema Massimo?s ticket office.
EVERYTHING MUST GO (Fuori tutto, Italy/France, 2019, 86′)
Director: Gianluca Matarrese
Screenplay: Gianluca Matarrese, Nico Morabito
Photography: Gianluca Matarrese
Editing: Cristina Sardo
Music: Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo, Julia Kent
Cast: Carmela Magno, Francesco Matarrese, Giusy Matarrese, Massimo Cosimo, Nicolò Cosimo, Sa-muele Cosimo, Sylvain Sahuquet
Producer: Cristina Sardo, Blanche Guichou
Production: Rossofuoco, Agat Films & Cie ? Ex Nihilo
Founded in the early Eighties by the Mataresse family, the Togo cooperative company produces footwear and has come to have thirty points of sale in both the city and province of Turin. Nowadays there are only two stores left in addition to many difficulties that Carmela, Francesco and Giusy must try to solve day after day. This is a story of Italy in crisis but also – and above all – a personal tale: an opportunity to tell things that have never been said before, to stand by and support each other, but also to take distance.
Gianluca Matarrese (Turin, Italy, 1980) moved to Paris in 2002. He graduated in North American Cinema History and Criticism and Screenwriting at the University of Turin and Paris VIII. Between 2008 and 2012 he worked as a writer, reporter, director, artistic coordinator and segment producer for French sitcoms. He made several movies for which he won various awards, such as My Movie-like Kiss which received the Best Short Movie Award at the 2014 Turin Film Festival.
Filmography: Webcolocs (2009-2012, tv), Mon baiser de cinéma (2014, sm), Dé-cision (2015, sm), Fuori tutto (2019, doc).