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Year of Production
2002
Director
Paolo Pisanelli
Format
Betacam SP
Length
54 min

Don Vitaliano

by Paolo Pisanelli

Synopsis

Don Vitaliano della Sala, a no-global priest, left wing, a rebel, a zapatist, a barricadiero priest… the newspapers and TV’s often speak about him, giving him colourful labels. Don Vitaliano, parish of Sant’ Angelo a Scala, a small town with 600 souls in the province of Avellino, is one of the most famous Italian priests not only for his commitment as a pacifist active in the no-global movement, but also for his battles for the reconstruction of the churches in Irpinia after the earthquake, for the actions of civil disobedience conducted with huge media resonance during the G8 in Genova. The film follows don Vitaliano in the confused days of preparation and participation at the G8 of Genova, but also in the more intimate and discrete  moments of the life in his little parish he is so fond of.

Cast

  • DON VITALIANO DELLA SALA

Crew

  • Director Paolo Pisanelli
  • Story Paolo Pisanelli
  • Cinematography Paolo Pisanelli
  • Sound Manuel Cassano
  • Original Music Daniel Bacalov
  • Music 99 Posse
  • Editor Aline Hervé
  • Sound editor Alessandro Feletti
  • Organization Chiara Cordaro
  • Producers Francesca Cima, Nicola Giuliano for Indigo Film, Domenico Procacci for Fandango
  • Production Indigo Film, Fandango, Big Sur.

Curiosities

Release Date: November 22nd 2002 (Italy)

Awards

  • Ismailia International Film Festival d'Egitto Critic's Award
  • Maremma doc festival Best Picture
  • CinemAmbiente di Torino Best Italian Picture

Festival Participations

  • Locarno International Film Festival
  • The Times London Film Festival
  • Festival dei Popoli di Firenze
  • Mediterraneo Video Festival
  • CinemAmbiente
  • Chicago International Documentary Film Festival
  • Paris Documentaires Sur Grand Ecran
  • ?Ismailia International Film Festival