Cinemambiente 2007 - Environmental film festival
 10th Environmental Film Festival -Turin-Italy 11-16 october
New head office: Via Montebello, 15 - tel. 0039 011 81 38 860 - fax 0039 011 81 38 896
Versione Italiana Contact Us English Version
Rules
Prizes
Film
Program
  Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Meetings
Accreditation
Jury
Staff
Festival's places
Literary aperitif
Events and Party
Prices
Press/Download
2006 Catalogue
Contact Us
   
  17/10/2007
Awards 2007
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION
THE PLANET by Michael ...
  09/10/2007
IMAGES AND CREATIVITY: COMMUNI...
  02/10/2007
Press conference
  09/08/2007
Environment and Work
Newsletter
Cinemambiente video gallery
<< Come back to the Program
Monday   15 October 2007  
MASSIMO 2


9.30
Ecokids Mattina per scuole superiori a cura di AIIG – Associazione Italiana Insegnanti di Geografia
“Il cinema come strumento per insegnare i conflitti ambientali”
Presentazione della giornata e saluti: Adriana Frijio (Presidente AIIG Piemonte), Gaetano Capizzi (Direttore festival Cinemambiente)
Introduzione alla visione: Claudia Apostolo

A beiradeira e o grilador – La donna del fiume e il ladro di terra (Ita, 2007, col., 51’) Roberto Amico, Claudia Apostolo, Daniela Marchetto
Machado, Brazil. Mangabal area residents come to the state capital to take part in a public assembly Maria Palhares, an elderly blind woman, representing the collective memory of the community, is the beiradeira of the film title.

Dibattito
Mauricio Torres, Sociologo, Ricercatore dell’Università di San Paolo del Brasile
Esperto dell’Amazzonia e in particolare della zona di Mangabal, è il massimo studioso sui conflitti ambientali generati dalla deforestazione in Amazzonia.
Egidio Dansero, Geografo, docente di Geografia politica ed economica e Geografia
regionale dello sviluppo presso la Facoltà di Scienze Politiche dell’Università
degli Studi di Torino.
Massimo De Marchi, Geografo, ricercatore
e docente di Geografia Sociale presso la Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione
dell’Università di Padova.
Cristiano Giorda, Geografo, ricercatore e docente di Geografia e Didattica della Geografia presso la Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione dell’Università di Torino, componente del Consiglio Nazionale AIIG.
Walter Ganapini, Presidente Greenpeace Italia
Stefania Di Campli, Direttore MAIS

16.30
Panorama/Ambient-azioni
Il palazzo (A, 2006, col., 45’) Katharina Copony
Corviale, a municipal housing complex stretching over a kilometre on the outskirts of Rome, is the embodiment of a failed utopia from an urban planner’s drawing board.

Street Boulder – Arrampicatori Metropolitani (Ita, 2007, col., 45’) Rovero Impiglia
The film describes the relatively new phenomenon of street-bouldering, a sport that has attracted more widespread enthusiasm in Italy than anywhere else in the world.
Incontro con il regista

18.30
Concorso Internazionale Cinema di Animazione
The Fridge (Cze, 2007, col., 7’) Lucie Stamfestova
What would happen if the fridge light were to suddenly burn with the heat of a foundry? Well, this is what’s happening to our planet.

Concorso Internazionale Documentari
Delta-Oil’s Dirty Business (Gr, 2006, col., 65’) Yorgos Avgeropoulos
The dark side of global development: the Niger Delta, once a natural paradise, has been transformed
into an inferno of rigs and refineries operated by Western oil companies.

20.30
Concorso Internazionale Cinema di Animazione
Tyger (Bra, 2006, col., 5’) Guilherme Marcondes
While the city sleeps, a mysterious tiger will reveal a hidden reality...

Concorso Internazionale Documentari
A Crude Awakening - The Oil Crash (Ch, 2006, col., 85’) Basil Gelpke, Ray McCormack
What is the connection between the US military intervention in Iraq, Teheran’s growing atomic ambitions, Moscow’s nationalization of natural gas reserves and Hugo Chavez’s populist politics in Venezuela?

Incontro con i registi e il climatologo Luca Mercalli

22.30
Concorso Documentari Italiani
Pancevo - Mrvta Grad (Ita, 2007, col., 30’) Antonio Martino
During the last Balkan War, NATO forces heavily bombed the industrial center of Pancevo. Nine years after the end of the war, Pancevo is Europe’s most polluted city, with an average death rate of one person every day.

La vita come viaggio aziendale (Ita, 2006, col., 52’) Paolo Muran
Over the years, Silvano Bignozzi and Lino Toselli, two top-notch salesmen, won 25 corporate trips to the world’s most exotic places. This documentary shows the darker side of package vacations and unsustainable tourism.

Incontro con i registi

 

 
MASSIMO 3


9.00
Nell’ambito del Mese Europeo dell’Ecolabel Provincia di Torino e ARPA Piemonte presentano
Seminario formativo su appalti verdi ed Ecolabel europeo
9.15 Saluti e introduzione all’incontro Gaetano Capizzi (Direttore Festival Cinemambiente)
9.30 Proiezione del video Appalti Verdi in Europa
9.45 Gli Appalti Verdi: la normativa e le politiche ambientali Marco Glisoni – Arpa Piemonte, Educazione
Ambientale
10.30 I sistemi di certificazione ambientale e l’Ecolabel Europeo Enrico Degiorgis– Arpa Piemonte, Educazione Ambientale
10.45 Intervallo
11.00 Il Protocollo APE: organizzazione, principi e allegati tecnici Valeria Veglia– Provincia di Torino, Area Sviluppo Sostenibile e Pianificazione Ambientale
11.45 Gli appalti in convenzione e il progetto APE Monica Sciajno– Comune di Torino
12.00 Dibattito

16.00
Panorama/Ambient-azioni
Burkina Faso: protezione dell’ambiente e riciclaggio (Ch, 2006, col, 7’) Damien Riunaud
Burkina Faso’s first plastic recycling centre provides a money earner to the poor of Ouagadougou, while tackling a major environmental problem affecting many African cities.

Incontro e dibattito con rappresentanti della Regione Piemonte, della Provincia di Torino, del Comune di Torino e della LVIA, promotori del progetto “Proteggere l’ambiente valorizzando i rifiuti” a favore della creazione di opportunità di lavoro per le donne e di lotta alla povertà attraverso il riciclaggio della plastica in uno dei Paesi più poveri del mondo. Il video è stato prodotto dall’Organizzazione
Internazionale del Lavoro (ILO Ginevra) per l’emittente televisiva americana CNN.

17.00
Green Award- Environmental Film Festival Network
Zdroj (Source) (Cze, 2005, col., 75’) Martin Mareček
Baku, Azerbaijan, one of the world’s largest natural oil reserves, has become the target of foreign investors intent on exploiting the area’s underground riches.

18.30
Focus Diritti Umani/ Baghdad, Guantánamo e oltre: terrore e controterrore
USA Vs. Al-Arian (Norw, 2007, col., 99’) Line Halvorsen
Palestinian rights activist, Palestinian engineer Sami Al-Arian who sought refuge in the U.S. was arrested for his presumed ties (later disproved) to Islamic terrorists, which cost him three years isolated imprisonment.
Incontro con la regista

20.45
Panorama/Superottimisti
Proiezione di un montaggio di Super 8 a tema ambientale con sonorizzazione live di “Non toccate il cane nero”. A cura del progetto Superottimisti

21.30
Panorama/ Bicycle Film Festival
Cortometraggi dal Bicycle Film Festival.
Introduce Giovanni Pesce, Organizzatore dell’edizione italiana del Festival

22.30
Panorama/Sos Live Earth Short Films
Blip-Verts: De-Forestation/Rubbish/Cars/Power/Aviation (2007, 1’) D-Fuse
A series of 30 second blipverts which will reveal the rapid change in our environment caused by the human exploitation.

Cough, Cold and High Fever (2007, 4’) Jason Archer, Paul Beck
A dark animated comedy with a particolar “hero”, the earth, having an asthma attack as an SUV drives past, ending with the “protagonist” climbing up on a tree to escape the floods.

Don’t Let It All Unravel (2007, 2’) Sarah Cox
A simple and striking film depicting the world as knitting which slowly unravels over 90 seconds to nothing.

Earth 2.0 (2007, 2’) Vernie Yeung
Showing different carbon moments of our lives such as driving, turning, on lights etc paired with different global warming moments such as glaciers breaking apart and falling into the sea.

Polarbearman (2007, 5’) BIG TV
A man struggles to survive as his house becomes taken over by water against the backdrop of a wildlife documentary commentary about polar bears.

Round and Round (2007, 3’) Suzanne Deakin
An animated film, highlighting the cycle of bad habits that consume our daily lives. The bad habits are represented as cycles of action that repeat over a period time. One shot.

Rubbish (2007, 10’) Ed Roe, Dougal Wilson
Two young men compete for the affection of a beautiful woman by trying to “outgreen” each other.

Sunny Day (2007, 3’) Sophie Muller
A beautiful stylistic film encouraging the people of LA to ditch the tumble dryer and encourage use of the eco-friendly washing line instead.

Switch On, Switch Off (2007, 3’) Chris Bran
A rhytmically graphic exploration of what switching off and on a simple everyday switch means in global terms.

Think (What Does It Take to Change a Habit) (2007, 3’) Rupert Jones
An allegory of teaching an old dog new tricks. An elderly customer’s plastic bags habits are transformed by simply questioning whether she really needs one, proving it’s never too late to change your behaviour.

The Village Green (2007, 10’) Inigo Gilmore
A documentary about an English village that has decided to become the first carbon neutral village.

Incontro con la produttrice
Elise Rappoport e il regista Rupert Jones

Panorama/Mtv per l’ambiente
No Excuse speciale acqua in Brasile (Italia, 2007, 25’) Giuseppe Tufarulo
Cesare Petritich, guitar player of the italian rock band Negrita, is the protagonist of a trip across Brasil’s semi-arid regions to witness what it means living in a place where rain feels only 3 months in a year. During his journey he met Brasil’s President Lula da Silva and brasilian Environment Minister Marina Silva.


 
AMANTES


22.00
Panorama/Ambient-azioni
Ubojite Misli (Battle Thoughts) (Cro, 2006, col., 4’) Stanka Gjuric
The devastating consequences of the Balkan War in former Yugoslavia seen through a dog’s reactions.

La battuta (Ita, 2006, col., 18’) Alessandro Fontana
A hunting ambush, a wild boar, a few tense moments, then a shot shatters the silence of the woods and a life.

El Cerco (Sp, 2005, col., 12’) Ricardo Íscar, Nacho Martín
The Almadraba tuna fish catch in the Straits of Gibraltar is an age-old technique of setting nets in a maze that traps the fish as they return to the Mediterranean to reproduce.

Il pesce grande mangia il pesce piccolo (Ita, 2007, col./bn, 8’) Elisabetta Müller
The Tokyo Fish Market is the world’s largest wholesale fish and seafood market. Buyers roam the labyrinth of stalls, while workers haul, saw, carve and chop the products for retail.

Shit and Chicks (Nl, 2006, col., 10’) Kees van der Geest
A portrait of a Ghanese farmer who uses an age-old technique to feed his chickens. The actual method is unclear until the farmer’s secret comes out at the end of the film.

Mediterranean Is Over (Tur, 2006, col., 8’) Ethem Özgüven
Eleven video spots about the Mediterranean’s state of health, associating the fish and the things dumped into the sea: a series of fascinating yet disturbing portraits of mutant fish.


 
CIRIE' - IPCA


21.00
Ambiente e lavoro
Oma e chimica (Ita, 2007, col, 65’) Luca Pastore
Incontro con il regista e l’attore Beppe Rosso

 

 
CIRCOLO DEI LETTORI


18.00
Aperitivo Letterario
Incontro con Marinella Correggia autrice di “La rivoluzione dei dettagli: manuale di ecoazioni
individuali e collettive
” (Feltrinelli).
Impegnata da anni sul fronte dei temi socio-ambientali, Marinella Correggia si è occupata di campagne animaliste e vegetariane, di commercio equo e di azioni contro la guerra. Collabora con diverse testate tra cui ‘Il Manifesto’.
Interviene Gianpiero Godio (Legambiente)

 

 
CIRI╔ - CENTRO SOCIO CULTURALE


8.30 e 11.00
Ecokids proiezione per le scuole superiori
Apnea (Ita, 2004-2007, col, 93’) Roberto Dordit

 

 
BRANDIZZO - SALA COMUNALE


9.00
Ecokids proiezione per le scuole elementari
Ant Bully - Una vita da formica (USA, 2006, col., 89’) John A. Davis
Little Lucas feels very lonely; other than torturing an ant colony in his backyard, he also has to defend himself against Steve, the neighbourhood bully. But things are about to change...
Dibattito con educatori ambientali ed esperti

 
AULA MAGNA I.T.I.S. AVOGADRO


10.00
Ecokids proiezione per le scuole superiori
The Great Warming (Canada, 2006, col., 83’) Michael Taylor
Incontro con il regista

 

 
FACOLT└ DI SCIENZE POLITICHE


14.00 – 16.00
Seminario su “Conflitti ambientali”
Studiare i conflitti ambientali nei paesi in via di sviluppo
Interviene Massimo De Marchi, Dipartimento di Geografia, Università di Padova

 

 
 
Set as Homepage Add to preferred sites
Contact Us Print this page
 
CreatiWeb S.r.l. ®
| About Us | 2007 Festival | Rules | Entry Form | EcoKids | Photogallery |Palmares | Past Editions | Publications | Sponsor | Site Map | Legal Notes |
CINEMAMBIENTE Environmental Film Festival - Museo Nazionale del Cinema - Via Montebello, 15 - 10124 Torino - tel. 0039 011 81 38 860 - fax 0039 011 81 38 896 - contact us