Funeralopolis beyond drugs: ode to rawness and intimacy
Funeralopolis: A Suburban Portrait is the debut documentary by Alessandro Redaelli produced by K48 (today C41.eu) and Filmnoize. The diegesis of the movie is not linear: it is composed of rough and discontinuous vignettes since the director, in order to portrait an honest and realistic story, jettisoned any sort of narrative plot.
Erli Grünzweil enhances the overwhelming power of a simple hug
Before the pandemic it was common sense and now it is difficult or restricted—to be together with others, to hug friends and touch our loved ones.
Altana, a place to enjoy the view
Today, photography seems to be relegated within the confines of Instagram and the visibility at all costs. But on closer inspection, in some corner outside the spotlight, there are still realities that put together images with craftsmanlike care.
Giuseppe Giammetta describes how New York has changed after the pandemic
Summer 2020, the Big Apple shone much brighter during the pandemic. I thought that the absence of people in the streets allowed more light to reflect on surfaces; I felt I was in a city completely different from the New York that everyone knows.