"They named a brandy after Napoleon, they made a herring out of Bismarck,and Hitler is going to end up as a piece of cheese."

 

 

I 2018, R: Daniele De Michele, 84 Min, OmeU

After the film SpecialAperitivo with fresh products coming from Apulia + Debate with the director Daniele De Michele, D.J. and performance artist known as DON PASTA

Special Double CinemAperitivo: I Villani + warm-up: Don Pasta Cookin’ Dj’Set show - Admission Free
Sunday 24th at 5:30 p.m. I VILLANI/ The Peasants
I 2018, R: Daniele de Michele, 84 Min, OmeU
At the end of the film: SPECIAL Aperitivo with Products d.o.p. direct from Apulia  from Cheese Factory Murgella DOP  + Debate with director Daniele de Michele, aka #Donpasta, Italian dj-cook, ecologist and gastro-philosopher.

Saturday 23rd Feb 10 p.m. ADMISSION FREE for : WARM-UP with DJ-SET Handmade tagliatelle  Show (90 Min)
DJ and Performer DON PASTA ( Daniele de Michele )
Cookin’ Dj’Set show…vinyles, handmade tagliatelle & reggae, funk, afrobeat music.

I VILLANI/ THE PAESANTS: The film follows the lives of four characters, four "peasants" talking about agriculture, fishing, farming, cheese-making and family cooking. In their daily lives, these four characters portray the countless forms of opposition to adopting the same culinary and cultural model worldwide.

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I VILLANI

The film follows the lives of four characters, from sunrise to sunset, from the start to the end of their working day.

Four "peasants" talking about agriculture, fishing, farming, cheese-making and family cooking. In their daily lives, these four characters portray the countless forms of opposition to adopting the same culinary and cultural model worldwide.

Here are four characters and their respective families to confirm whether Italian cooking is still a living heritage, whether the sharing of information between one generation and the next still exists and whether Italian cooking as we have inherited it will survive or disappear.

Idea "These people told me about their way of life, their relationship to the land and the history of the place where they were born.

The deepest essence of Italian cooking was expressed in this delicate - at times ironic, other times painful - interweaving of private stories about their lives and their way of cooking with expertise, intelligence and attention: its being wise, tasty, sparing, respectful of the products of the land and the sea.

These people and each of their confident routine actions showed me to what extent modernity stood in radical opposition to that culture, and how that opposition aimed at the very core of the issue.

In order to eat well, one must respect the importance of timing in cooking, as well as the seasons, the land and the sea - something that no longer happens in modern times.

This results in conflict, an act of resistance, a bid for a new way of living which, despite being rooted in the past, becomes relevant and vital.

During the past 15 years of my career, spent creating books and shows that would combine cooking and art, I have been the narrator of my own investigation: in other words, I have expressed my point of view as to what cooking means to me.

What I found very moving and would like to share with you is that people actually do exist who are truly able to create and recreate every single action and turn it into a wealth of living, breathing knowledge. The fact that they exist overrides further considerations on my part. My intention is to look at them closely so that my ideal needs - which have a political basis - may meet their daily actions, gestures, places, faces and words. Documentary cinema is the tool that allows me to make this encounter take place: without renouncing my perspective, but letting it "inhabit" their lives. For this reason, the film is the result of long-lasting research. Now I finally want to be able to spend some time with the people that this long research allowed me to discover. It is as if so far I had only had a quick taste and a brief encounter. Now I feel I want to be with them and together develop story-telling and meaning, within myself and towards the audience."

Daniele De Michele has worked in television and radio. In 2014 he published Artusi remix(Mondadori), resulting from a collaboration with Casartusi's Scientific Committee. He has curated the Treccani and "Corriere della Sera" web-tv series entitled Le nonne d'Italia in cucina, a journey through Italy's 20 regions, meeting grandmothers in their kitchens. His first project, Food sound system, was turned into a book, published by Kowalski, and a multimedia show, which has been touring the world for 10 years. In 2009, this was followed by Wine Sound System, also published by Kowalski, translated into French in 2011. Two years later, he released his third book: La parmigiana e la rivoluzione. He has been a regular contributor for la Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, Left and has collaborated with Alias and Fooding. Screenplay : Daniele De Michele and Andrea Segre Cinematography Salvatore Landi Editing Donatella Ruggiero Music Marco Messina and Sasha Ricci Sound Luca Ranieri Production Malia contact Producers Giorgio Magliulo and Alessandra Acciai co-producers Antonio Badalamenti and Davide Nardini in collaboration with Rai Cinema in association with Evernex Italia Unipol Banca Blumax

I VILLANI, REGIA di DANIELE DE MICHELE
SOGGETTO  E SCENEGGIATURA di DANIELE DE MICHELE e ANDREA SEGRE

I VILLANI per la regia di Daniele De Michele

è stato presentato come Evento Notti Veneziane della 15° edizione delle Giornate degli Autori
Venezia 75

PERSONAGGI

TOTÒ: CONTADINO, Alcamo - Sicilia

MODESTO e BRENDA: ALLEVATORI e PRODUTTORI DIFORMAGGI, Sannio - Campania

LUIGINA: CONTADINA, Monti del Pasubio – Trentino

SANTINO e MICHELE: PESCATORI e ALLEVATORI DI COZZE, Taranto – Puglia

LINO MAGA: VOCE NARRANTE. Vignaiolo in Oltrepò sulle sue colline denominate Barbacarlo


Il film segue quattro personaggi dall’alba al tramonto, da inizio a fine giornata di lavoro. Quattro “villani” che parlano di agricoltura, pesca, allevamento, formaggi e cucina familiare. Quattro personaggi che nel loro fare quotidiano rappresentano la sintesi delle infinite resistenze e reticenze ad adottare un modello gastronomico e culturale uguale in tutto il mondo. Quattro personaggi con le loro famiglie per verificare se la cucina italiana sia ancora un patrimonio vivo, se il passaggio di informazioni tra generazioni esiste ancora, se la cucina italiana così come l’abbiamo ereditata si salverà o scomparirà.

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