A visual poem about a man and a woman searching for meaning, while all values and referring points are fading.
Two voices conjugate past and present… two glances towards a future blurred moment, towards a place where to fly away.
Passages creates resonances between Benjamin Fondane’s oeuvre and Andrei Tarkovsky’s and Pier Paolo Pasolini’s movies extracts.
Nathalie Rossetti (director)
After studies at the DAMS (University of Bologna) and Orazio Costa theater school in Florence, Nathalie Rossetti worked in the audiovisual sector as a writer, documentary filmmaker and assistant director for directors and producers (Italy and Belgium) .
From 2000, with her husband Turi Finocchiaro, they realize and produce their own documentaries. Nathalie Rossetti is particularly sensitive to issues related to Art, Anthropology and Justice.
In 2007 she created in Italy the “Faito Doc Festival” an International Documentary film Festival.
Why we shoot documentaries?
“What thrills us about documentaries, is meeting ordinary people with extraordinary stories. When their stories challenge our beliefs, break down barriers, prejudices or clichés and allow us to see things differently, it becomes absolutely necessary for us to make a film about it. We want as many people as possible to share in our access to stories and our amazement for them…
Stories that involve individuals who are reborn particularly impact us.”