106.5 - defining a Dream

106.5 is the length of the Dream yacht for which the Ciarmoli Queda Studio designed the interiors.
The director tells us about the creative process of designers Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda through books and inspirational materials. From the Marie Antoinette style to the interior design of Dream.

  • Federico Fenucci
  • Caterina Fenucci
  • Simone Ciarmoli
  • Miguel Queda
  • Loris Chiomento
  • Giovanni Busnach
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    106.5 - defining a Dream
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  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 30 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 1, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    2,000 EUR
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    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
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  • MDFF Athens
Director Biography - Federico Fenucci

Born and raised in Milan, filmmaker Federico Fenucci graduated from the University of Milan having pursued a degree in Philosophy with a dissertation focused on violence.
After studying music from an early age, Federico worked as a session musician playing guitar and bass guitar in numerous gigs for renowned Italian artists, such as Cristiano Godano of Marlene Kuntz.
Introduced to film in his youth by his creative parents - a photographer and a stylist – he frequently collaborates with X Studio and various photographers realizing and shooting art and fashion videos.

His clients include Roncato, Best Company, Kate Cate, ELLE Serbia, Ciarmoli & Queda, Gabo Guzzo, Marieclaire.
Federico is currently distributing in festival circuit a documentary exploring the condition of women in Mexico (En Camino), and continues to develop and co-write projects with his sister Caterina, who studied Film and Creative Writing in the UK.

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Director Statement

My short film, with a very simple structure and narration, follows the creative path of the two designers (Simone Ciarmoli and Miguel Queda) to show the artistic and naturalistic inspirations that led to the creation and completion of this interesting and colossal interior design project, the yacht "Dream".

As you will see, what is really interesting is the use of materials and shapes in the style of Marie Antoinette, revisited in a fundamentally contemporary layout.