BERLIN FASHION FILM FESTIVAL 2022 (Best Experimental)

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Broken Melody - Caterina Barbieri
C41, Blackball

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Title of Piece: Broken Melody
Brand: Caterina Barbieri
Production Company: C41, Blackball
Client: 180 Studios, Fact Magazine
Director: Iacopo Carapelli
Producer(s): Barbara Guieu
Art Director: Caterina Barbieri, Ruben Spini
Editor: Iacopo Carapelli, Elena Petitti di Roreto
Director of Photography: Giuseppe Favale
Hair & Makeup: Greta Giannone
Music/Sound Design: Caterina Barbieri
Additional Credits: Colorist: Orash Rahnema
Additional Credits: Post production: DEEPICE, Mauro Moretti, Roberto D’Ippolito x
Additional Credits: Titles: Nicola Tirabasso
Additional Credits: Scenography: Fabrizio D’Arpino
Additional Credits: Prop Master: Gianfranco Parmigiani
Additional Credits: Movement Director: Elisa Zuppini
Instagram Tag: @180.studios @factmag @barbara_guieu @cat_barbieri @rubenspini @iacopocarapelli @giuseppefavale @komollo @c41.eu
Short Synopsis: Like a direct portal to another dimension, Broken Melody takes us on a visual journey into the sound world of Italian composer and musician Caterina Barbieri. The music video, the result of an artistic collaboration with Ruben Spini, is directed by Iacopo Carapelli and co-produced by C41 and Blackball.

Broken Melody is the first single from the Italian composer and musician Caterina Barbieri’s new album Spirit Exit, which will be out on 8th July through her recently launched label, light-years.

The music video, a result of the artistic collaboration with Ruben Spini, is directed by Iacopo Carapelli and co-produced by C41 and Blackball. Like a direct portal to another dimension, it takes us on a visual journey into her sound world. Crossing abstract and almost sacred landscapes, stone caves, and dark woods, we face different bodies levitating in slow-motion, intertwining, and restlessly lying on the ground. Elements that move simultaneously fast and slow, feeling both massive like a force of nature, and at the same time intimate like a private conversation.

Elements of the footage used for the Broken Melody visual will be featured in a multimedia installation from Caterina Barbieri Ruben Spini called Vigil, commissioned by 180 Studios. It will be part of Future Shock, a major new exhibition of 14 leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audiovisual technology, open at London’s 180 The Strand from 28 April and till 28 August 2022.
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