During the Second World War, the Abbey of Montecassino was identified as one of the places to preserve from German looting and Allied’s bombs as part of the Italian cultural heritage. In October 1943 this certainty faltered. Crucial moments and tormented decisions which made it possible to save much of this treasure and to be able to return it to the Italian and world community after the war.
Stefano Fiori doesn't love to define himself “director”. He prefers the word filmmaker, because he makes things in every production area. Editing is the most mystical of the storytelling arts. Creating meaning by assembling loose pieces is a language alchemy. Today he is the director of the audiovideo area in Hubstract made for art!, a start up company devoted to cultural heritage communication.