email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest

THEY STILL BURN

by Felice D'Agostino, Arturo Lavorato

synopsis

In Italy, official history states that the country unification in 1861 was a victorious revolution in the name of progress and civilization. They still burn stands on the fringe of this narrative; rooted in a popular, underground memory, the film questions the country’s unification as a form of colonization, still in progress, of Southern Italy.

international title: They Still Burn
original title: Essi Bruciano Ancora
country: France, Italy
year: 2017
genre: documentary
directed by: Felice D'Agostino, Arturo Lavorato
film run: 90'
screenplay: Felice D'Agostino, Arturo Lavorato, Caterina Gueli, Lamine Bodian, Toni Capua, Alberto Conia, Maria Furfaro, Caterina Pagano, Natale Restuccia, Loredana Vardé
cinematography by: Felice D'Agostino, Arturo Lavorato, Caterina Gueli
film editing: Felice D'Agostino, Arturo Lavorato
music: Enzo Tropepe, Valentino Santagati, Turi e Iaia
production: Etnovisioni, Picofilms
(The article continues below - Commercial information)