A DAY IN ITALY
Director(s): Roland THERON, Jean-Philippe URBACH – Writer(s): Roland THERON, Andrea BAROLINI Contact Print page
Italy, a territory shaped by an incredibly diverse historical heritage. The view from the sky reveals the extraordinary beauty and variety of Mediterranean landscapes. But the country also faces constant threats of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. We’ll take 24 hours to discover how Italy and its people face its challenges and its future.
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Continuing our collection "A Day in...Europe".
Italy is a country of contrasts; with an urban and industrial North and the South...arid and disadvantaged. But it also draws its strength from its diversity and regional particularities. Based on striking aerial images and daily life sequences, the film captures twenty-four hours in the life of a country, offering a fascinating view of Italy today, a nation in search of a balance between a north turned towards Europe and a south facing the Mediterranean.
The film is accompanied by a 5 x 26' history series. Click here to discover "ITALY, HISTORY SEEN FROM ABOVE.