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As part of Films Across Borders 2021, a series of critically acclaimed films, documentaries, and shorts from around the world co-presented by American University, we are pleased to announce the screening of Molecules (Molecole), a documentary by Andrea Segre.

Stuck in his hometown, Venice, during the pandemic, director Andrea Segre turns the camera on the frozen city, while reminiscing about his father and the past. Personal archives in Super8 and the real protagonist of the film alternate with encounters with the locals, who talk about the relationship between Venice and water whilst experiencing the unexpected arrival of the great void that has invaded their city and the world. 

 

Directed by Andrea Segre
Italy, 2020 – 70 min 
Film in Italian with English subtitles

  

Film Across Borders is co-presented with American University, Washington DC

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PREVIEW (via Vimeo)

 

Registration (available November 1, 2021)

PLEASE NOTE:  Streaming is available between 10:30 AM (ET) on November 1, 2021 and 10:30 PM (ET) on November 7, 2021 for up to 500 users (capacity). After unlocking the film, you have 24hrs to start viewing, and from the time you begin watching, an additional 24hrs to complete it. All streaming will end at 10:30 PM on November 7th, so, please plan the time you start watching accordingly.

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Andrea Segre

ANDREA SEGRE

 

Andrea Segre is a documentary and movie director. He directed three feature films, all presented during Venice Film Festival: SHUN LI AND THE POET (winner of the European Parliament Lux Prize in 2012), FIRST SNOWFALL (Annecy film festival Gran Prix) and THE ORDER OF THINGS (Official out of competition selection during 74th edition of Venice Film Festival; Tonino Guerra award for best subject). He worked on several documentaries, among all COME UN UOMO SULLA TERRA (nominee for best documentary at 2009 David di Donatello), IL SANGUE VERDE (CinemaDoc award at 2010 Giornate degli Autori), MARE CHIUSO (Globo d’oro for best documentary), INDEBITO (opening event at 2013 Locarno Film Festival), I SOGNI DEL LAGO SALATO (nominee for best Documentary at 2015 Nastri d’argento), IL PIANETA IN MARE (Official out of competition selection during 76th edition of Venice Film Festival). He’s the founding member of ZaLab, a production distribution and socially culturally action laboratory.

 

FILMS ACROSS BORDERS

Films Across Borders

Films Across Borders showcases critically acclaimed films, documentaries, and shorts from around the world. Co-presented by American University in partnership with embassy cultural organizations, arts institutions and environmental groups, the series focuses on a distinctive timely and compelling theme each year.

Now in its seventh year, Films Across Borders presents ‘Stories in A Changing World.’ The 2021 cinematic series features stories of change, transformation, and renewal in all walks of life and across continents. Previous Films Across Borders series have focused on ‘Stories of Resilience and Hope’ (2020); ‘Stories of Water’ (2019); ‘Stories of Women’ (2018); and ‘Stories of Migration’ (2017).

 

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

American University leverages the power and purpose of scholarship, learning, and community to impact our changing world. AU’s faculty, students, staff, and alumni are changemakers who shape the future from sustainability to social justice to the sciences. Building on our 128 – year history of education and research in the public interest, we say ‘Challenge Accepted’ to addressing the world’s pressing issues. Our Change Can’t Wait comprehensive campaign creates transformative educational opportunities, advances research with impact, and builds stronger communities.

 

  • Organizzato da: American University, IIC Washington