Xing and Home Movies/Archivio Aperto present La nott'e'l giorno (1976), a film by artist and film-maker Gianni Castagnoli.
On the occasion of the 11th edition of Archivio Aperto and as part of a focus on experimental cinema in 1968, Raum features two events dedicated to Italian expanded cinema with the presentation of two rare Super 8 and 16 mm by Gianni Castagnoli (December 1st) and Andrea Granchi (December 2nd).
Two figures that showcase Italian “cinema” in its visionary and unique variety of approaches to moving images. It is an occasion to shed light on new discoveries that are still incredibly current regarding our technological imagination and optical subconscious.
On Saturday December 1st at 9 pm, at Raum, Xing and Home Movies/Archivio Aperto present La nott’e’l giorno (1976), a film by artist and film-maker Gianni Castagnoli that involved other protagonists of the Italian avant-garde, including Patrizia Vicinelli and Alvin Curran. (Screening of the Home Movies 16 mm edition from the original Super 8 mm and 1/4” magnetic stripe).