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Venice Festival 2010

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Two Dutch documentaries selected for the Venice International Film Festival in September 2010.

ORIZZONTI COMPETITION

Forgotten Space

THE FORGOTTEN SPACE by Allan Sekula and Noël Burch.
World Premiere

THE FORGOTTEN SPACE seeks to understand and describe the contemporary maritime world in relation to the complex symbolic legacy of the sea. The film follows the container transport aboard ships, barges, trains and trucks, listening to workers, engineers, politicians and those marginalised by the global transport system.

THE FORGOTTEN SPACE is produced by Doc.Eye Film Amsterdam in co-production with WILDart Film Vienna and broadcasting company VPRO.

Doc.Eye Film
+31 20 686 5687
doceye@xs4all.nl
www.doceyefilm.nl 


VENICE DAYS - Italy; Portraits and Landscapes

Scena del Crimine 

SCENA DEL CRIMINE by Walter Stokman
World Premiere

SCENA DEL CRIMINE shows seven views of Naples, the Italian coastal city that has been dominated by the mafia for decades. Soberly, the film creates an oppressive image of an underworld that is as elusive as it is nearby.

The film is produced by Zeppers Film & TV in co-production with broadcasting company VPRO.

Zeppers Film & TV
info@zeppers.nl
www.zeppers.nl


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