In Casalborgone, a small village in the Piedmont countryside, different destinies and rural gestures cross over, reflecting on the cycle of nature and of life. They are silent and poetic frescoes of country life: an old woman lives and works happily on her own little farm, a man cuts firewood, and another builds a house.
Casa di legna
by Tommaso Donati
Tommaso Donati was born in Lugano in Switzerland in 1988. He is a young director and photographer. In 2013 he graduated from the EICAR International School of Cinema in Paris. He has made a great number of short films, both fictional and documentary. A recurring theme in his work is the relationship between man, animals and the environment.