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Monday, 24 August 2015 08:22

arTVision Award @ Venice Days

The arTVision Award at The Venice International Film Festival. The three best project videos will be awarded prizes by a panel of experts on 5th September

The project “arTVision. A live art channel” arrives at the Venice Biennale. During the 72nd edition of the Venice International Film Festival (2nd – 12th September 2015) the three best audio-visual works produced by the five partner territories - Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, Puglia and Veneto - will be awarded prizes by a panel of prestigious experts, representatives of the world of cinema, the arts, media and institutions.

The jury, chaired by Maria Giuseppina Troccoli (head of Production, Distribution, Operations and Technical Industries of the General Direction for Cinema of MiBACT (Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism), includes Giuseppe Ghigi (movie critic), Roberto Pisoni (editor of Sky Arte HD) and Antonello Tolve (researcher and art critic).

The initiative follows the Protocol Agreement signed by Puglia Region and Veneto Region with the General Direction for Cinema of MiBACT, to spread the artistic production of the project and promote its sustainability in the medium and long term.

The presentation of the works and the awarding of the three winners (one per category) will take place within the Venice Days / Giornate degli Autori , an independent event on the fringes of the Venice Film Festival. The Award Ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, September 5 at 18.00 at the Villa degli Autori (Lungomare Marconi, 56 - Lido di Venezia).

The event, organized by Puglia Region and Apulia Film Commission Foundation, will be attended by: Gianni Liviano, regional Minister of Tourism and Cultural Industry - Puglia Region; Cristiano Corazzari, regional Minister of Culture, City Planning and Security – Veneto Region; Paola Di Salvatore, Managing Authority IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007/2013 – Abruzzo Region; Francesco Palumbo, Director Area Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knowledge and Talent – Puglia Region; Maurizio Sciarra, President - Apulia Film Commission Foundation; Maria Giuseppina Troccoli, President of the jury - MiBACT General direction for Cinema. The Ceremony will be chaired by Ileana Inglese, Communication manager arTVision project.

The Award categories are the following:

1. Best short-movie from a total of 15 produced within the project;

2. Best video/documentary from a total of 138 produced within the project;

3. Best artist video from a total of 138 produced within the project.

These are the video finalists:

- for the category short movie: “Dimension” directed by Mirela Oktrova and Edmond Topi (Albania); “Delta – An Affluence of Arts” directed by Marin Lukanovi? (Croatia); “Prelude for Sniper” directed by Danilo Marunovic (Montenegro); “Le pareti di vetro” directed by Vito Palmieri (Puglia); “La parola, lo sguardo e il gesto. Ritratto di tre giovani artiste venete” directed by Chiara Andrich (Veneto);

- for the category video/documentary: “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic koinè - Tirana”, produced by TV Crew Albania; “Mirko Zrinscak” produced TV Crew Croatia; “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic koinè - Cetinje”, produced by TV Crew Montenegro; “Torre Guaceto”, produced by TV Crew Puglia; “"Teatro Fondamenta Nuove" produced by TV Crew Veneto;

- for the category artist video: “Autoportret+”, author Jonida Balliu (TV Crew Albania); “Total Immersion”, author Maria Lucia Musca (TV Crew Puglia); “Ginger", author Giuseppe Abate (TV Crew Veneto).

"ArTVision. A live art channel" is a pilot project that puts innovation in inter-cultural communication between Adriatic countries as its strategic priority. It aims to promote local talent globally, to promote artists and their work, and to produce and spread innovative audiovisual formats in the Adriatic area. The heart of the project is the creation of a thematic transmedia channel, offering original, high quality contents on the full range of contemporary arts. Co-financed by the IPA Adriatic Cross border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013 ‘, arTVision is led by Puglia Region - Area Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knowledge and Talent, with technical support from the Apulia Film Commission Foundation and the involvement of partners from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, Puglia, Veneto.

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Wednesday, 12 August 2015 16:40

arTVision in Moscow

A selection of the most relevant audio-visual movies produced by arTVision crews in the MARS Center of Moscow, featured by Savina Gallery.

From August 13th to September 30th 2015, ArTVision will be hosted in MARS Center’s new area: an exhibition and educational program dedicated to visual media.

On show artworks by Giuseppe Abbate, Anduela Aliko, Lulzim Alija, Fatlum Doçi, Veronica Liuzzi, Enrica Ciurli, Maria Lucia Musca, Ornela Rada, Livia Toka, Ermelinda Lupi, Leonidha Mano, Beatrice Favaretto, Vanessa Ignoti, Gianluca Giusto, Samir Sayed Abdellatef. Also, the educational area will show documentaries on the work of the artists Irena Lagator Pejovic, Dario Agrimi, Miki Carone, Daniela Corbascio, Claudio Cusatelli, Guillermina De Gennaro, Giulio De Mitri, Raffaele Fiorella, Michele Giangrande, Claudia Giannuli, Iginio Iurilli, Christian Loretti, Pierpaolo Miccolis, Giampiero Milella, Massimo Ruiu, Francesco Schiavulli, Tarshito, Yllka Gjollesha, Fokus Grupa and on the Art Project Spajalica, among the others.

The MARS Center is one of the first contemporary art centers of Moscow, established in 1988. Today, it is a laboratory for digital art and an exhibition space. It seeks to make Russian spectators familiar with the most hi-tech works of actual artists, including interactive technology and new media.

Savina Gallery is a sub-project of the Sparta Curatorial Agency, established in St. Petersburg in 2013. The gallery collaborates extensively with Russian and foreign actual artists, museums and galleries. It focuses on demonstration of contextual ties in the work of the authors from different countries, which is to lead the viewer to a notion of the contemporary art as a global supranational phenomenon.

Published in Project news
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 09:37

The “arTVision AWARD” in Venice

The best arTVision audio-visual products will be awarded prizes during the 2015 edition of the Venice International Film Festival.

During the next edition of the Venice International Film Festival (2nd – 12th September 2015) the best audio-visual works produced within the arTVision project by the five partner territories - Albania, Croatia, Montenegro, Italy (Puglia and Veneto) - will be awarded prizes by a jury of experts in cinema and the arts, representatives of the institutional world ,and by broadcasters.

The panel includes Maria Giuseppina Troccoli (head of Production, Distribution, Operations and Technical Industries of the General Direction for Cinema of MiBACT (Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism), Giuseppe Ghigi (movie critic for national newspapers and magazines) Roberto Pisoni (editor of Sky Arte HD, TV channel dedicated to art and Italian cultural heritage) and Antonello Tolve (researcher in artistic experiences and critical theories of the twentieth century).

The initiative is defined by an Agreement Protocol signed by Puglia Region and Veneto Region with the General Direction for Cinema of MiBACT, to spread the artistic production of the project and promote its sustainability in the medium and long term.

On 5th September, within the Venice Days / Giornate degli Autori - an independent event on the fringes of the Venice Film Festival - there will be the presentation of the video finalists (5 for each category) and the announcement of the winners.

The Award categories are the following:

1. Best short-movie from a total of 15 produced within the project;

2. Best video/documentary from a total of 138 produced within the project;

3. Best artist video from a total of 138 produced within the project.

The Award Ceremony will be held in Lido di Venezia, Villa degli Autori, at 6 p.m. The detailed program will be published soon.

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