Three acts for two flowers

Alla dialogues with nature.
A short movie divided in three acts, a short story, a short poem.
The project is a self portrait, where I question about life through nature.

  • Alla Chiara Luzzitelli
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Other
  • Genres:
    Women, biography, student
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 48 seconds
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Foggia Film Festival
    November 25, 2019
    Foggia Student Film Festival
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Alla Chiara Luzzitelli

Alla Chiara Luzzitelli, aka Alicka, was born on 16 May 1998 in Litpetzk, Russia. She lived for eight years in the orphanage before being adopted by the Italian family Luzzitelli, with whom she moved to Turin, Italy. She began her artistic career in her adolescence when, on the occasion of Paratissima 2014, the annual art event in Turin, she presented her first photographic project, entitled "How people would never want to show themselves". Thanks to this experience, the artist has the opportunity to meet different personalities, including the art critic Giorgio Bonomi, with whom she realizes a project on self-portrait, permanently exhibited in the Musinf Gallery in Senigallia. In the following years she participated in several exhibitions including those at the galleries Satura, Genoa 2014, and Crivelli, Bergamo 2015; then at the Biennale di Genova 2015 Expo Intl contemporary art, winner of the Emerging Artist Award, Paratissima Torino 2015, Genova ART Expo 2016. In the same years she studied photography and graphics at the "Albe Steiner" institute in Turin and worked as a photographer in Milan for several agencies; she graduated from high school in 2019. In her teenage years she continued to develop her writing through poems that would not be released until 2022, the year in which she decided to write a collection of new poems joining them to those written previously. After high school, she began her studies in cinematography in Turin, taking a specialization in direction with Gianni Amelio. In 2019, in collaboration with the composer Mattia Vlad Morleo, she made an album of poems entitled Procedura di Liberazione, from which she made a short film that earned her the Lorenzo il magnifico award, the second place at the biennial in Florence and participation in five film festivals around the world.
In 2022 she felt the need to finally give space to her writings, and thus began the writing of the poetic collection Otto Betulle, a title that derives from her childhood and the number of years lived in the country of origin.
Last but not least she won "Lorenzo Il Magnifico" award for her short movie "Otto Betulle" at the Florence Biennale 2023.

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