A day at the Treviglio Cemetery. Accompanied by an unidentified voice we observe funerals, tree-lined avenues, exhumations, visitors and cemetery operators, give life to a place with a static and lifeless imagination and we are pushed to considerations on the concept of “mystery” and “journey”, both metaphors of life and death that suggest a philosophical-poetic reflection on the process of tabulation that surrounds death in contemporary society.
Elisa Baccolo, born in 1991, is a PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Milan-Bicocca. After graduating in Philosophy, she completed her studies in Cognitive Neuroscience between Rovereto and London where, among other things, she learned to use a camera, experimenting with portraits and street photography.
Gaia Siria Meloni, born in Rome, born in 1990, graduated in Sociology and Applied Social Sciences at "Sapienza" University in Rome. For several years she has collaborated with the "Nuovo Cinema Aquila", a Roman independent circuit hall, where she developed his cinephile passion. A frequent visitor of film festivals, after some experiments in audiovisual production.
Giacomo Riillo was born in Sicily in 1990. Always interested in observing reality and interpreting facts, he moved to Rome to study International Cooperation and Development and subsequently Applied Social Sciences. During the Roman years he came into contact with the world of visual sociology and increasingly developed his passion for the cinematographic arts. In an attempt to reconcile scientific interests with artistic ones, they all enrolled in the evening course of Documentary at the Civic School of Cinema in Milan Luchino Visconti, completed in 2018.