Giulia er junior producer hos Snowglobe
1. VIRIDIANA (Luis Buñuel, 1961)
One of the Buñuelian hymns to secularism. Viridiana is a portrait of an embittered Spanish society, obsessed by religion and sexual perversions. Symbolism is rampant and totally engaging.
2. VAGABOND (Sans toit ni loi, Agnes Varda, 1985)
This film has marked me. Solitude haunts us all as it haunts Mona, in a captivating presentation by Agnes Varda. That is a guarantee.
3. IN VANDA'S ROOM (No Quarto da Vanda, Pedro Costa, 2000)
It took a long time to shoot this film as Pedro Costa lived together with the people of the Fontainhas slums for a whole year. The results is an extremely human portrait of Vanda and her daily life. Beautifully shot, the texture of the images makes you think beyond the visuals. You can feel the film.
4. LOS MUERTOS (Lisandro Alonso, 2004)
I saw Los Muertos some years ago in the cinema. I had never heard of it before. It just sounded interesting. I sat in one of the front rows. I was the only one there apart from a couple sitting some rows behind me. A “road” trip in the jungle. I loved it. It was a great sensory experience, like if I was in the jungle myself.
5. NEON BULL (Boi Neon, Gabriel Mascaro, 2015)
I haven't been moved by a film in the same way as Neon Bull has done in a long time. It makes the world attractive, gloomy, funny, simple, and all the rest, just as it is.