Since its first edition, all Corto e Fieno’s screening is free of charge. Everybody can help us supporting the festival through contribution or buying a bag, a gadget or a poster. In order to guarantee the protection of all guests and visitors, the Festival developed anti Covid-19 protection guidelines. Seats will be limited. The public and visitors are required TO RESERVE their seat in advance. It is possible to book via email writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone calling +39 3494517882 (please call for reservations only, from 10 to 12 AM, from Monday to Friday). We will need you to tell us your name, surname, telephone number, city of residence and screening or screenings you wish to attend. Seat reservation is mandatory to secure a seat for every screening. If free seats are left, it will be possible to access the screenings without reservation (upon availability). In order to enter the screening, a valid Green Pass must be shown.
Masks must be worn in all the screening rooms, both in the queue and when walking to one’s seat, and when seated throughout the entire screening. It will be possible to sit only in the indicated places. Spectator are pleased to arrive 30’ earlier than the screenings beginning. Every movie is in original language subtitled in Italian and, if written, in English (Eng Sub).
Corto e Fieno 2021
- FRIDAY 1st OCTOBER
- SATURDAY 2nd OCTOBER
- SUNDAY 3rd OCTOBER
Cinema Sociale - OMEGNA - ore 21:00
Official presentation Corto e Fieno 2021
Inkt, Erik Verkerk, Joost van den Bosch, Olanda 2020, 2’
Servis (The School Bus), Ramazan Kılıç, Turchia 2019, 14’
Virago, Kerli Kirch Schneider, Estonia 2019, 15’ (Eng Sub)
Clebs, Halima Ouardiri, Canada, Marocco 2019, 18’ (Eng Sub)
La tecnica, Clemente De Muro, Davide Mardegan, Italia 2020, 10’ (Eng Sub)
O Mà!, Vincent Launay-Franceschini, Francia 2020, 24’ (Eng Sub)
Al-Sit, Suzannah Mirghani, Sudan, Qatar 2020, 20’ (Eng Sub)
Mercatino del miele con apicoltori locali - ore 9:00 - 19:00
Piazza Don A. Beltrami (davanti alla chiesa di Sant’Ambrogio) - OMEGNA
Cinema Sociale - OMEGNA - 14.30
Der kleine Vogel und die Bienen (The little Bird and the Bees), Lena von Döhren, Svizzera 2020, 4’
Medena zemja (Honeyland - Il regno delle api), Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov, Macedonia del Nord 2019, 85’
Biblioteca - OMEGNA - 15.00
La pêche miraculeuse (A Fishy Fishing Trip), Fabrice Luang-Vija, Francia 2019, 6’
Du Iz Tak?, Galen Fott, USA 2018, 11’
Mido et les instrumeaux (Mido and the Instrumals), Roman Guillanton, Francia 2019, 5’
Colza, Victor Chagniot, Camille Broutin, Matthieu Daures, Victoria De Millo Gregory, Maxime Jouniot, Jade Khoo, Francia 2020, 5’
Pishto’s Birthday, Sofia Kendel, Russia 2020, 11’
La tortuga de plastico (The Plastic Turtle), Miguel Léon, Claudia Osejo, Colombia 2019, 10’
Cinema Sociale - OMEGNA - 17.30
Asho, Jafar Najafi, Iran 2019, 30’ (Eng Sub)
Shepherds, Teboho Edkins, Sudafrica, Francia, Germania 2020, 28’ (Eng Sub)
Cinema Sociale - OMEGNA - 21.00
Pod oblakami (Under the Clouds), Vasilisa Tikunova, Russia 2021, 4’
Plants, Daniele Giacometti, Italia 2020, 2’
Three Meetings of the Extraordinary Committee, Jones, Gran Bretagna, Bulgaria 2020, 18’ (Eng Sub)
Sovdagari (The Trader), Tamta Gabrichidze, Georgia 2018, 23’ (Eng Sub)
Sopravvissuti all’Homo sapiens, Paolo Rossi, Nicola Rebora, Italia 2021, 19’
Così in terra, Pier Lorenzo Pisano, Italia 2018, 13’ (Eng Sub)
Omé (My Mother), Wassim Geagea, Libano, Qatar 2019, 17’ (Eng Sub)
Mercatino di prodotti tipici a km0 - ore 9:30 - 19:00
Villa Nigra - MIASINO
Scuola Primaria - MIASINO - ore 10:30
Teplaya zvezda (Warm Star), Anna Kuzina, Russia 2020, 4’
Mars, Oman, Vanessa Del Campo, Belgio 2019, 20’ (Eng Sub)
Barê Giran (The Heavy Burden), Yılmaz Özdil, Turchia 2019, 17’ (Eng Sub)
Je nourris je meurs (I Feed I Die), Karim Morel, Francia 2019, 16’
Sparkekoret (The Kicksled Choir), Torfinn Iversen, Norvegia 2020, 18’ (Eng Sub)
A Legacy of Horses, Annika Karlsson, Jessica Karlsson, Svezia 2019, 16’
The Lost Pig, Ciaran Crudden, Irlanda 2021, 20’
Scuola Primaria - MIASINO - ore 15:00
Esplorare un film. Una conversazione di Bruno Fornara su La terra di Aleksandr Dovženko
A seguire (17:00 circa)
Premiazioni della XII edizione di Corto e Fieno
Ludovica Gallo Orsi
Davide Vanotti (1972) collaborates on literary, cinematographic and artistic projects. After studying modern letters at the University of Pavia he spent some periods abroad as a writer in residence. He teaches Letters in a high school. Co-founder of Asilo Bianco, he is the curator of Corto e Fieno and Fogli/e Scritte. He published the collection of stories “Acqua 2” and the novel "La Pietra sopra il Mare". "I diari di Malidor" is his blog.
Paola Fornara graduated in Philosophy with a dissertation on Jean-François Lyotard and cinema. She has collaborated with the Turin Film Festival and the Turin GLBT Film Festival, and she attends various cinema events both in Italy and around Europe. For many years she worked for one of the leading independent Italian music labels, for which she was Head of International and Marketing. She collaborates with the Asilo Bianco since 2011.
For the caustic irony with which the meetings of a small extraordinary committee become a metaphor of the great changes in contemporary societies, transforming the voices outside the chorus into gears of the system.
For bringing with a delicate look into the perennial cycle of nature and for the use of an incomprehensible language that reaches those who know how to listen in a simple and universal way.
Through the strokes, colours and contrasts of animation, it illustrates the lights and shadows of a turbulent phase such as adolescence.
For the ability to show how two apparently apart worlds coexist in a poetic balance within the same place.
For the story of a world in which the private agricultural machinery is placed at the service of the Community.
A collective point of view on the life in a small community of the Arctic Circle. The lonely and hard existence of a Norwegian farmer clashes and meets the loneliness of a refugee. The thread that links their lives is made apparent by a singing child.
For the uncontaminated gaze without human interference on wildlife.