A deep dive into 1960s-70s Italian art and architecture through a personal journey of a daughter’s love and loss. Director Elettra Fiumi illuminates eternal questions of parental legacy and mysteries while taking us on a wild fun ride that rediscovers ideas about the planet that speak with renewed urgency today.
Funny, touching, and thought-provoking, this visually stunning film is a unique, layered and untold story of an intrepid feminist daughter seeking her late father’s radical artistic spirit with a fresh approach to contemporary issues relating to environmental and technological challenges, and a memorable psychedelic visual collage of style and sound.
Elettra Fiumi is a director, producer and editor. Her documentaries focus on intimate profiles that explore themes of discovery, creation and sense of place. She is the founder of Fiumi Studios and launched the Video Consortium, a global organization of the best non-fiction filmmakers, in Milan. She’s told the stories of people, brands and places across nations and industries, including in technology, adventure travel, fashion, art, architecture and education. She has worked on horseback, in a war zone and through white water rapids. She is an alum of the Columbia Journalism School and Mount Holyoke College.
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