Butterfly 360°

The 360° project tells the story of a peaceful environment featuring a rare case phenomena where a swarm of butterflies is nurturing itself by eating the nectar of flowers showing the beauty but also fragility of a complex ecosystem. The video installation is configured to work as an interactive 360° experience where the spectator can view the untouched nature by moving / grabbing / touching the nature by his/her hands (mouse) but offers also to possibility to be screened large scale as flat video loop on a wall, building or in cinema.

  • Sara Ferro
    Director
  • Chris Weil
    Director
  • Artoldo Pictures
    Production
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Sfarfallii liberali 360°
  • Project Type:
    360 Video
  • Genres:
    Documentary, Avant-garde, Experimental, Video Art
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    November 27, 2020
  • Country of Origin:
    Italy
  • Student Project:
    No
  • New Generation Film Festival NGFF
    Serbia (2020)
    Official Selection
  • Centrale Festival Around
    Italy (2021)
    Invited Artist
  • FINNOF - International Festival of New Nonfiction Narratives
    Rosario, Santa Fe (2021)
    Official Selection
  • International Nature Film Festival Gödöllő - Nature and Environmental Protection Festival
    Hungary (2021)
    Official Selection
  • Sezze Film Festival
    Italy (2021)
    Finalist
Distribution Information
  • Artoldo Media
    Distributor
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Sara Ferro, Chris Weil

ARTOLDO is a creative collective featuring the Film Directors and New Media Artists Sara Ferro and Chris Weil, with a focus on Audiovisual Shows, Cinebitions, Avant-garde / Expanded Cinema, Moving Images and Video Art installations.

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Director Statement

The footage was shot at a beautiful summer day in Val d'Aosta near Mont Blanc / Monte Bianco and our goal was / is to document the beauty of nature and its inhabitants paraphrasing Francisco Goya "The Sleep of Nature (Reason) Produces Monsters".
The demons themselves are created through the kaleidoscopic effect and protect the forest against bad vibes and destructive machines by mankind.