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by Daniele Vicari


The G8 summit was drawing to a close and, at the Diaz Pascoli School in Genoa which had been set up as a social forum for journalists, the young people were in good spirits – in spite of the violent clashes with the police that had occurred during the previous days. As had been the case in other countries during the same year, here too the anti-globalisation protests had been met with heavy police presence. Yet nothing was to prepare the temporary inhabitants of the Diaz school – most of them young men and women from all over Europe – for what was to happen.

international title: Diaz - Don’t Clean Up This Blood
original title: Diaz
country: Italy, France, Romania
sales agent: Fandango
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniele Vicari
film run: 127'
release date: IT 13/04/2012, PL 23/11/2012, ES 30/11/2012, CZ 31/12/2012, FR 05/06/2012
screenplay: Daniele Vicari, Laura Paolucci
cast: Elio Germano, Claudio Santamaria, Rolando Ravello, Aylin Prandi, Alessandro Roja, Monica Birladeanu, Jennifer Ulrich, Renato Scarpa, Davide Iacopini, Paolo Calabresi, Fabrizio Rongione, Ignazio Oliva
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi
film editing: Benni Atria
art director: Marta Maffucci
costumes designer: Roberta Vecchi
music: Teho Teardo
producer: Domenico Procacci, Bobby Păunescu
production: Fandango, Le Pacte, Mandragora Movies
distributor: Fandango Distribuzione, Vivarto, Vértigo Films, Le Pacte, Film Europe


main awards/selection

Berlinale 2012Panorama
Nastri d'argento 2012Producer of the Year (Domenico Procacci), Best Editing, Best Sound
Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2012
Villerupt Italian Film Festival 2012
Osaka European Film Festival 2012
Buenos Aires Festival of Italian Cinema 2012
Festival du Film Policier de Beaune 2013

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