SCIARABALLA (Italy, 2023, 20′)
Friday 6 October, 5pm, Cinema Massimo, Screen 3
Director: Mino Capuano
Screenplay: Filippo Barbagallo, Mattia Caprilli, Mino Capuano
Photography: Michelangelo Maraviglia
Editing: Stefano Mattacchione
Sound: Filippo Telleschi
Production: CSC – Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia
Recently retired Dario suffers from inexplicable crying crises. One day, he decided to go visit his son Mimmo, who has just begun to work off-site. Mimmo, embarrassed by the unexpected intrusion, avoided the encounter and the father spent time with his son?s roommates. By the end of the day, father and son will meet and talk about their common fear of the future.
Mino Capuano (Marcianise, Italy, 1994) moved to Rome to study Cinema at the Rome University of Fine Arts, continuing his studies at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia. He participated as a director of photography in the short film Adavede, selected for the International Week of Critic of Venice 2017. In the same year, he participated in the Human Democracy contest with the documentary We Are the Only One. He made the short film What Are the Oddz? and the backstage of Favolacce by the D?Innocenzo brothers in 2019. He worked as assistant director in the documentary L?occhio della gallina by Antonietta de Lillo in 2021. Quanno chiove is his first feature-film.
Filmography: We Are the Only One (cm, doc., 2017), What Are the Oddz? (cm, 2019), La vedova più bella del paese (cm, 2020), Quanno chiove (2021), Sciaraballa (cm, 2023).