Un mito antropologico televisivo

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Un mito antropologico televisivo

An Anthropological Television Myth

Maria Helene Bertino, Dario Castelli, Alessandro Gagliardo
I, 2011
Documentaries, 60min, OmeU

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Un mito antropologico televisivo

Maria Helene Bertino, Dario Castelli, Alessandro Gagliardo
I, 2011
Documentaries, 60min, OmeU

Screenplay: 
Maria Helene Bertino
Dario Castelli
Alessandro Gagliardo
Sound: 
Riccardo Nicolosi
Camera: 
Fabio Costanzo
Roberto Maravigna
Editor: 
Maria Helene Bertino
Dario Castelli
Alessandro Gagliardo
Composer: 
Maria Helene Bertino
Dario Castelli
Alessandro Gagliardo

Production: 
Malastrada Film Ar/ge Kunst Galerie Museum, Museo Mediterraneo di Antropologia Viva (MMAV)
World Sales: 
Malastrada Film
Format: 
BetaSP
Color

The stories on TV have penetrated so deep in the fabric of society that they actually build a part of history of a Nation outlining its character and problems, describing its deepest nature. The camera gathered fragments of daily life and now gives it back after years, still able to recount our society, inviting us to make a sort of anthropological study on the culture of television.
“UN MITO ANTROPOLOGICO TELEVISIVO is an excuse to intro-duce television anthropology into the culture debate, reading the history of a country and its people through the archives of hundreds of private TV stations scattered throughout Italy. Otherwise this material would end up disappearing permanently.” (Maria Helene Bertino, Dario Castelli, Alessandro Gagliardo)
In the presence of the filmmakers.