I'll See You Again by Stefano Miraglia

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Stefano Miraglia's short film I'll See You Again is available on Vimeo, for free, until February 10th at the following link: https://vimeo.com/stefanomiraglia/again

Made in 2022, I'll See You Again is Stefano Miraglia's fifteenth film. It premiered in China at UCCA Edge (Shanghai) and at the Goethe Institut in Beijing as part of the Beijing International Short Film Festival. A work in progess version screened at Fabrica research centre in Italy in March 2022.

Synopsis: A group of artists settle in a swamp on the banks of the Indre River. Meanwhile, a voice describes a utopian world.

Credits: Made with the support of le dôme festival. With Baptiste Jopeck, Constantin Jopeck, Félix Rigal, Valentine Siboni, Tinne Zenner. Voice by Luciana Sacchetti, taken from Altre epifanie by Ellis Donda. Sculpture by Valentine Siboni and Tinne Zenner. Thanks to Thomas Guillot.

Bio: Stefano Miraglia (Málaga, 1988) is an Italian-Spanish artist, curator and writer based in Paris. His activities focus on artists’ film and video. Often composed from diaristic and archival images, his films explore the notion of collage in cinema, combining noise music, photography, documentary and abstraction. His work has been presented internationally in exhibition spaces such as the Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (Taipei), Fabrica research center (Treviso), Centrum (Berlin) and in numerous film festivals such as Beijing International Short Film Festival, Prismatic Ground, ICDOCS, Vienna Shorts and Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris - where his film Anoche received an award in 2017. His work is distributed by Collectif Jeune Cinéma. Since 2018 he has curated and presented several programs of experimental and artists’ films. Stefano is the founder and principal curator of Movimcat, an online project for the dissemination of artist’s cinema. Since 2019 he has been working on the rediscovery and reappraisal of the work of Ellis Donda. Stefano Miraglia is a member of the French association of art curators C|E|A.


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