(Italiano) Trasparenze in Tuscany, molto pi
by Nicoletta Curradi – A brand Semenax new festival, but perhaps something more: movies, music, but also any other form of art, experiences of Made in Italy and excellent guests are the stars of “Transparency in Tuscany”, the new concept of the festival which will be presented June 14 to 16 in the towns of Florence, San Casciano dei Bagni and Orbetello.
An innovative formula festival, directed and designed by Deborah Young, International Film Editor of The Hollywood Reporter, which will take place in a relaxed atmosphere while respecting the environment and nature.
“After following the festivals around the world as a film critic, I am convinced that the time has come to evolve the concept of the festival in a new formula, explained Deborah Young at the presentation of the event, where people do not have to run from one event to another but can stop and enjoy a show and chatting with his protagonists. The event is not randomly located in Tuscany, one of the most famous and prestigious in the world, the place of his ideal development. “
Sergio Castellitto and Stefania Sandrelli are among the members of the honorary committee together with Alessandro Benvenuti, Giovanni Veronesi and Maria Pia Ruspoli. The event value in its international and multicultural boasts exceptional partners such as the Abu Dhabi Environmental Film Fest, the Shanghai Film Festival and the Mumbai Film Festival.
“For a long time dreamed to make a completely free festival where invite the protagonists of the Culture of our time, has added the Young, former director of the Taormina Film Fest 2007 to 2011, which added a required Mediterranean identity. A project for promoting and enhancing the area, but also an opportunity to exchange ideas freely, in absolute relaxation. “
Transparency in Tuscany is sponsored by the institutions and the regional and local authorities and with the collaboration of the Fondazione Sistema Toscana and associations.
Among the films screened at the festival Florence, “You Never Left” by Y. Nabil and “The congress” by A. Folman.