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Between Sisters

Spring Grant 2015 - Post-Production Stage

Manu Gerosa / Feature Documentary / Italy, Qatar / 2015 / 78 min / Colour / Original Language: Italian / Interests: Women, Coming of age, Creative Documentary

Synopsis

The two sisters Ornella and Teresa have cared for each other through their whole lives. Teresa is now in her life’s twilight and having problems facing fate, while her memory is slowly fading. Before it’s too late, Ornella decides to confront Teresa with a painful untold story that goes back to their childhood and might change their close bond forever. The film is a warm portrayal of an Italian family, seen through the eyes of Ornella’s son, Manu. With humour and tenderness we discover how time forces us to look behind us and confront ourselves with the choices we have made in life.

Credits

Director
Manu Gerosa
Producer
Hyne Phlypo
Production Company
Clin d'Oeil Films
Production Company
OneWorld DocuMakers

About the Director

Manu Gerosa was born in Rovereto, Italy, in 1975, and graduated with a degree in Contemporary History from the University of Bologna in 2001. He moved to Spain and began working as a director and editor on commercials, documentaries and television series. He co-directed the documentaries ‘Kamenge Northern Quarters’ (2010) and ‘Lion Souls’ (2012). A few years ago, Gerosa moved back to his hometown to work on his new project, ‘Between Sisters’, which won the Docs in Progress Award at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival in 2013, and won a Dok.Incubator Award in 2014.

Awards and Festival History


Festivals

Festival dei Popoli 2015 (WP)
True & False Film Festival 2016
Ambulante Documentary Film Festival 2016
Budapest International Documentary Festival
Anuu-ru Aboro Documentary Film Festival 2016
International Film Week in Valladolid

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Awards

Best Film Award and Best Film, Ismailia International Film Festival 2016, Long Documentary Competition

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