David Battistella

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Luce e Spirito

lunedì 13 giugno

17:30    Proiezione del film
             biglietto d'ingresso €4


20:30    Vernissage della mostra fotografica
             omonima, segue proiezione del film
             con Don Alessandro Pacchia e il regista
             Davide Battistella presenti
             biglietto d'ingresso €4


sabato 18 giugno

17:30    Proiezione del film
             biglietto d'ingresso €4

Luce e Spirito, un film che raconta 50 anni lavorativi di Don Alessandro Pacchia. 

Per 50 anni don Alessandro Pacchia e’ stato un sacerdote modesto, Sagrestano nella Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, la Basilica famosa per la cupola di Firenze.

Il film di Battistella è un viaggio privato nella vita quotidiana e il lavoro di un semplice prete che ha servito i suoi superiori con diligenza, sempre con un sorriso e che offre parole di incoraggiamento alle centinaia di milioni di persone che visitano Piazza Duomo.

In Italian, with English subtitles.

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David Battistella – award-winning filmmaker

“I am Director, Writer, Producer, Editor and Actor. I currently live in Firenze, Italy where I am writing a screenplay about the life of Filippo Brunelleschi and the building of the Cupola. Recently, I was invited to speak about my passion for Florence and the life of Filippo Brunelleschi at two different TED events, the first in Italian in Florence, Italy, and most recently a talk in English in London, England.

In 2012, I began making a series of films around the subject of light and the various ways it illuminates, alongside the secondary theme of daily work.

LIGHT & SPIRIT – Luce e Spirito – was completed in 2014 and tells of the spiritual life of Don Alessandro Pacchia, a priest who has worked and lived next to Florence’s cathedral for over 47 years.”

Through his early years as a film maker, sport has been a favourite topic, including as a native of Canada, hockey was a focus, including winning for his feature documentary in 2002, Shinny: The Hockey in All of Us.

“In 2011, I made six films about artists and life in Firenze, including a short film Modern Gladiators about Calcio Storico Fiorentino, which has surpassed 1 million views on Vimeo.com.

I am always making a film. Always.”

David Battistella, Director

Stefano Burbi, Composer

Susanna Rigacci, Soprano

Corrado Silveri, Post Production Supervisor

Alberto Parodi, Audio Producer

We live in a glorious new age. An age where data is available to all, where borders of thought are lifted and where we are birthing a new kind of thinker. We are entering the age of new visual literacy, where children learn by watching and doing, the way their artisan, humanist forefathers of Florence once learned.”

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