SEARCHING FOR THE LAST MUSIC
a film by
FOR CINEMA AND TELEVISION
"a tribute to life and love for music"
"a story of people who chose music as an act of resistance"
"it will be like freeing music from imprisonment camps"
As if in a “road movie”, we follow the Maestro who, like a modern Sherlock Holmes, guided by his intuition and by the clues he gathers, sets off on journeys with uncertain outcomes, alternating surprises and disappointments, discoveries and intense encounters. From the flea market of Prague, to the archives of camps; from the attics of the heirs of composers, to within the collections of museums, all over Europe, America and the East, to recover, decipher, classify and archive a heritage of mankind that has been forgotten for 70 years: the music composed in Second World War concentration camps
Produced by: DOCLAB | INTERGEA | LES BONS CLIENTS | INTUITION FILMS&DOCS
Executive producers: Marco Visalberghi || Donatella Altieri || Loïc Bouchet
Under the High Patronage of UNESCO With the participation of: Istituto Luce Cinecittà || Rai - Radiotelevisione Italiana – RaiTre || France Télévisions
With the support of: Apulia Film Commission || Région Ile-de-France || SACEM || Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah
With the contribution of: Creative Europe – MEDIA sub-programme, European Union
Music arranged by: Francesco Lotoro Editing: Emmanuel Julliard Dubbing: CVD
Italian distributor: LUCE CINECITTA' International distributor: ZED
Written by: Alexandre Valenti || Thomas Saintourens || Michel Welterlin || Emmanuel Julliard Director: Alexandre Valenti
CASA DEL CINEMA
Largo M. Mastroianni - Roma
18 gennaio 2017 ore 11.30
7 Place de Fontenoy - Parigi
24 gennaio 2017 ore 19.30
si accede per invito
via Imbriani, 27 - Barletta
19th January 2017 at 20.00
presenter: Attilio Romita
dates and times
26th January 2017 - at 23.10
27th January 2017 - at 15.20
via Tuscolana, 1055 - Roma
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PRESS CONFERENCE AT CASA DEL CINEMA, ROME || 18th JANUARY 2017
Born in Argentina (Villa Canas, Sante Fe), Alexandre Valenti is an author, director and producer of documentary films for cinema and TV.
He teaches cinema studies at the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut Cambresis (France). He started his career as a freelance photographer and reporter for NBC News, covering the political, social and economic situation in Europe, Africa and the Middle East: he has contributed to a number of programs, including «Today Show» and «Nocturnal news items».
He was also a photo reporter for Japanese TV (Fuji TV, TV Ashai and TV OSAKA).
Today he is a documentary director recognized internationally thanks to his talent: he recently directed the film “Argentina, the 500 Stolen Babies of the Dictatorship”, produced by INTUITION Films & Docs, in coproduction with CEPA audiovisuals (Argentina) and Bo Travail!, and with the participation of France 5. The film was awarded with the:
• FIPA D’Or, jury award of young Europeans – 26th FIPA International (France 2013).
• Grand prix and People’s Choice Award – 20th FIGRA (France 2013).
• Special mention – European Film Awards (Berlin, 2013).
THE PRODUCTION COMPANIES
Four production companies have joined forces for an exceptional collaboration, in order to give this project the attention it deserves: a synergy of experience and enthusiasm has brought to life an international coproduction between Italy and France.
DocLab, a multi-award winning Italian production company, winner of the Golden Lion at the 70th Venice Film Festival with “Sacro GRA”, provides its decade-long expertise and gives a strong international dimension to the project.
INTERGEA, a company based in Puglia, is involved in the production and management of cinema, theatre, music and cross-media projects. In 2013 it gave the first approval to the production of the documentary “MAESTRO”.
Intuition Films & Docs, a French company, has for many years been involved in the production of current affair documentaries. Among the founding partners is Alexandre Valenti, the director of the documentary “MAESTRO”.
Les Bons Clients is a French production company that is internationally acclaimed and awarded. It’s the reference company in France for the production of documentaries for national TV broadcasters and international networks