Entries by Stefilm

FOOD MAKERS GO GLOBAL

Food artisans from East and West meet to work together and create new delicacies. Two food artisans producing the same kind of food – one from Europe and another from Asia – meet up, spend time together and swap knowledge and know-how. The series delves into their different worlds: their work, their businesses, their lives, […]

My Home, in Libya wins 18° gLocal Film Festival

The film by the director Martina Melilli wins the Torèt Award – Alberto Signetto for the Best Documentary at the 18th gLocal Film Festival in Turin. The jury composed by Eugenio Allegri, Daniela Persico and Daniele Segre assigns the prize with the following motivation: “Thanks to a delicate and intuitive look through which the present recalls […]

CATHEDRALS OF STEAM – EUROPE’S RAILWAY STATIONS

This series tells the epic story of five European railway stations: St Pancras in London, Gare de Lyon in Paris, Antwerpen Centraal, Budapest’s West Station and the Stazione Centrale in Milano are the main protagonists of each of the episodes. We discover these Cathedrals of the Industrial Age in their present and history combining human […]

The Salani Award goes to My Home, in Libya

The SALANI AWARD supported by Parovel 2019, assigned by a Jury composed of Caterina Mazzucato, Judit Pintér and Rino Sciarretta 
for the following reason: “
With originality, the work tackles a story that existed both in reality and in the memory of somebody who has been deprived of his liberty. With regards to formal aspects, the […]

Food Makers Go Global on ARTE

Stefilm and ma.ja.de have the pleasure to announce the broadcast on arte of the documentary series FOOD MAKERS GO GLOBAL from 17th to 21th december 2018 and from 2nd to 6th january 2019.

MY HOME, IN LIBYA

Filming in her grandparent’s home near Padova in Italy, Martina identifies a map of places belonging to their past. Antonio was born in Libya when it was an Italian colony and lived in Tripoli where he married Narcisa. They were suddenly forced to leave the country in 1970 just after Gheddafi’s coup d’etat. With the […]

WONDERFUL LOSERS. A DIFFERENT WORLD

For most of us, the cyclists at the back of the race are simply the losers. They are called water carriers, domestics, gregarios, and the Sancho Panzas of professional cycling. Moreover, they rarely experience personal victories – these sportsmen sacrifice their careers to help their teammates. We follow the magnificent world of the cycle race […]

THE STRANGE SOUND OF HAPPINESS

After years drifting, Diego returns to his hometown in Sicily. His dream of becoming a musician has not worked out. He has no job, no plans for the future and he’s broken up with his girlfriend. Staring at the rusted wrecks in the town’s harbour he’s bewitched by a mystical sound: an ancient musical instrument, […]

FOOD MARKETS III

The series explores where quality food is produced in Europe and the markets that sell it. Local vendors, foodmakers and awarded chefs lead the stories, from Helsinki where fish and vegetables are conserved for the long dark winters, to the bustling Palermo where juicy fruits are available all year round. Lisbon clings to its long […]