The screenplays in competition
by Massimo Vavassori
A young stripper in a peep show booth.
An old customer with indecipherable intentions.
Two confusions facing each other through the glass.
by Nicola Lucchi
Two couples at the far ends of the Globe, chesses, parrots,
a tiny contagious yawn, an unexpected chain reaction.
La Città Piena
by Emanuele Milasi
Five teen-agers wonder about and confront each other in
a stagnant and bated atmosphere of urban decay,
thick like sea salt. Some of them will leave, some will stay.
by Gabriele Galligani
Neglected by his babysitter, little Ulysses embarks on
a grotesque, moving, formative odyssey through the big city,
armed with only curiosity and a strange TV catchphrase.
by Giordano Vanacore
While her infirm mother entertains strange visitors
in her bedroom, little melancholic Roberta manages to
fall in love to the sound of a record player played to cover the moans.
by Massimo De Angelis
In nazis-occupied Rome, two convicts stare from
a window carved on the wall. On the opposite building,
two children looking for a cat, from the basement, listen to the “ghosts”.
Al Di Là Del Vetro
by Vera Santillo
Two neighbours – Giovanna, on house arrest;
Sandra, a newly mom – loom over each other from
their respective windows. One a possible omen, the other an opportunity for redemption.
by Giulio Arcopinto
Tonino, an eccentric widower, befriends by whistling a blackbird in his garden. Or so it seems. A large, cumbersome magnolia holds the secret.