Scientific research has shown that central Sardinia has one of the oldest DNAs in Europe. In Sardinia’s Ogliastra there is one of the world’s highest concentrations of centenarians. These “living ancestors” hold the legacy of distant times and are in effect a bridge between past and present. Aurelia Coni narrates and moves between life stories and dreamlike experiences. Natural elements such as water, air, earth and fire become fellow travelers, dreamed images that refer to the very essence of life.
Sa ‘ilgiadora de su tempus
Filippo Biagianti was born in Montepulciano (SI) in 1971. After finishing high school he moved to Urbino where he graduated in Geology in 1999. After working as a geologist in the field of oil extraction in Angola and Austria, in 2001 he began working as a multimedia designer with Studio Immagina Urbino, gaining his first experiences with the camera and video editing. During his time with Studio Immagina he produced numerous music videos, short films and reportages. In 2003 he was hired by the Province of Pesaro and Urbino. Since 2007 he has worked at the Press Office of the same institution as a filmmaker and photographer, taking care of the video documentation of political-institutional and cultural events organized in the provincial territory. Since 2010 he has been enrolled as a photojournalist and cameraman in the professional register of journalists and publicists in the Marche region. In 2016, he directed two video clips for the music project “Spartiti” (Max Collini and Jukka Reverberi) and also handled video direction during the live tour. From 2010 to 2022 he taught video editing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino. His works have participated in numerous national and international film festivals, winning several awards.