My Red Hot Car by Max Boccalari is the winner of the Short-Video Competition at the Italian Fusion Festival.
Max Boccalari is a 360-degree multidisciplinary artist, his interests are in visual arts, design, sounds and music. Creativity and visions are his focal point of communications, indeed through his art, he communicates his visual experiences, his thoughts and his emotions to the public. Max was born Italian and is in Ireland from 11 years. Max is graduated in Media Arts at Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Realised by a multi-racial group (three from Nigeria, an Irish and an Italian) My Red Hot Car is an interpretation by Max and his classmate in DKIT of the song by Squarepusher. Final Assignment first year of Media Arts and Technologies.
First Day by Alexandre Vetter (Dublin Filmmakers Collective)
We are happy to announce the final list of videos of teh Short-Video Competition that will be shown during the festival.
The Italian Fusion Festival is happy to announce the Short Film Competition “Encounters-Incontri | Unexpected casual meetings of cultures”.
The short film competition is integral part of the Italian Fusion Festival. The aim is to offer a spotlight to film-makers in town ready to showcase their works.
The short movies will focus on the meeting of different cultures. The idea can be conveyed through a wide range ofstoryliness expressing the unexpected and casual nature that meetings of this type tend to have. The length of the short movies can be up to 10 minutes.
The registration period will be open from now to the 16th of June 2018.
The jury will select the finalists during the month of June and on the 8th July the spectators will be able to watch the short-movies during The Italian Fusion Festival in the Grand Social, Dublin.
The winner will be announced during the event and will be awarded with a plaque and a small cash prize.
The finalists’ works will be spread through different platforms, such as the webpage and the social networks.
Send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short bio and a description of the video. You can add the link of the video on youtube or you can send the video via we transfer. Deadline 16th of June 2018 at 12PM. Contact us for more info.
Here and Through by Luca Truffarelli is the winner (visual art section) of the first edition of the Italian Fusion Festival.
Luca Truffarelli is a freelance photographer and video maker based in Dublin. He graduated in photography in 2011 and started experimenting and challenging himself in the field of visual arts. Over the past few years he has been involved in contemporary dance and theatre works as a photographer/video maker, visual/set designer and artistic collaborator. Recently he has found a passion for food photography working alongside some of Dublin’s top chefs.
Here and Through is an installation and short video by Luca Truffarelli developed for Embodied, a GPO Witness History Public Art Commission. As part of this project, Truffarelli is documenting the site-specific series of dance pieces and is presenting his work alongside the performances in April at the GPO, and again at Project Arts Centre.
He invites the audience to experience the present as a personal journey via an interactive mixed-media installation. A short video piece will be shown as part of the work, representing the endless voyage of a soul through past, present and future.
Video: Luca Truffarelli www.lucatruffarelli.com
Voice: Oona Doherty www.oonadohertyweb.com
Soundtrack: Federico Ortica federicoortica.com
Filmed in 8mm AGFA 200D
Special mention for Dublin 2015 by Ivan Mazza
Save the date and prepare for one of the most exciting event of the Summer 2017!
On 2nd July Radio Dublino will bring you a line up of the most talented Irish-Italian bands for an evening of alternative fusion sounds!
Spoil yourself to the notes of jazz, blues, trad, folk and rock music, enjoy artisan food and art performances during the first festival that celebrates the encounter between the Irish and Italian music.
See you on Sunday July 2nd at The Loft, The Grand Social, 16:00-23:00