RWR Workshop photo 4_4

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RWR Workshop photo 1_4

The arrive

When we arrived in Cava de Tirreni, we were us and a Canedian ( it was a person or a tent? the choice at you). A part of this, when we arrived, we asked to the inhabitans “where is the birds’ department?”. Apart of this again, wen we arrived, we started to ask inhabitants where the Ostello Scacciaventi was. At first they said us that the Ostello was  going on uphill. So we go. But the hostel wasn’t there. So we asked again, and other people said us that the hostel was in the opposite destination.This for 4 times. Finally we arrived in Piazza San Francesco and we asked to some men who were fix up a stand for the evening party. After a lot of questions that one of them asked us,just like ” Who are you, where are you from, what are you doing here, etc..” finally he said:” Ostello Scacciaventi? It’s behind you!”………ALLELHUJAAAAA

Video Review

Creative groups deal with a simple theme which is then used as the plot in a number of video clips. The theme is: “the end of the world is coming” and the stage is Cava de’ Tirreni and its surroundings, where coffee is a basic element in the daily life of the people. In the movie coffee becomes the “final desire” before the world comes to an end.

Short stories, often presented as a series of clips filmed in different places: people fighting for the last coffee cup; metaphysic images that link the public to alternative dimensions of life; walks through desert urban landscapes until arriving at the only living place: a bar. Intimate moments shot through a keyhole, ghosts coming out of a digital connection which is too weak, and the local best delicacy: the babà, as a trigger for the final moment on this planet.

Each of these short movies is visible in the place where the idea has been conceptualised and shot, as a multiplier of dimensions, spaces, experiences, like something that could happen or maybe has already happened?!