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Back from BACKSTAGE - storie da un festival reggae

BACK FROM BACKSTAGE è stato filmato prima e durante la XIV edizione del Rototom Sunsplash che ha registrato la cifra record di 150.000 presenze. L'idea è stataquella di dimostrare come un gruppo di persone e strutture sappia costruire un grande evento musicale e culturale al di fuori delle logiche ferree' dellapubblicità è degli sponsor, con un'autonomia d'impresa etica e con l'idea del "fare e fare bene".
FEATURING
Sud Sound System, Zion Train, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Bunna, David Katz, Carlo Pistacchi, lo staff di Radio Base Venezia, lo staff del Rototom Sunsplash 2007
SPECIAL APPEARANCE
Shaggy, Horace Andy, Jah Shaka, Beenie Man, Jah Mason, Gentieman, Africa Unite, Jaka, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
IN COLLABORAZIONE CON: Film Commission Friuli Venezia Giulia
REGIA: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni
MONTAGGIO: Luca Onorati IN COLLABORAZIONE CON Simone Pallicca
FOTOGRAFIA: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni, Gaia Ceriana, Luca Onorati, Pietrarco
Franchetti
, Gianfranco Addante. IN COLLABORAZIONE CON Kas e lo staff di Arcoiris.tv
INTERVISTE: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni, Gaia Ceriana
SEGRETERIA DI EDIZIONE: Tatiana Menel
PRODUTTORE ESECUTIVO: Claudio Giust
PRODUZIONE POST-PRODUZIONE: Indoroman
IMMAGINI DA "DREAD BEAT AND BLOOD": gentile concessione di MINERVA- RARO VIDEO
Prodotto da: Rototom SunsplashE-mail: tv@rototom.com

Back from BACKSTAGE - storie da un festival reggae

BACK FROM BACKSTAGE è stato filmato prima e durante la XIV edizione del Rototom Sunsplash che ha registrato la cifra record di 150.000 presenze. L'idea è stataquella di dimostrare come un gruppo di persone e strutture sappia costruire un grande evento musicale e culturale al di fuori delle logiche ferree' dellapubblicità è degli sponsor, con un'autonomia d'impresa etica e con l'idea del "fare e fare bene".
FEATURING
Sud Sound System, Zion Train, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Bunna, David Katz, Carlo Pistacchi, lo staff di Radio Base Venezia, lo staff del Rototom Sunsplash 2007
SPECIAL APPEARANCE
Shaggy, Horace Andy, Jah Shaka, Beenie Man, Jah Mason, Gentieman, Africa Unite, Jaka, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra
IN COLLABORAZIONE CON: Film Commission Friuli Venezia Giulia
REGIA: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni
MONTAGGIO: Luca Onorati IN COLLABORAZIONE CON Simone Pallicca
FOTOGRAFIA: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni, Gaia Ceriana, Luca Onorati, Pietrarco
Franchetti
, Gianfranco Addante. IN COLLABORAZIONE CON Kas e lo staff di Arcoiris.tv
INTERVISTE: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni, Gaia Ceriana
SEGRETERIA DI EDIZIONE: Tatiana Menel
PRODUTTORE ESECUTIVO: Claudio Giust
PRODUZIONE POST-PRODUZIONE: Indoroman
IMMAGINI DA "DREAD BEAT AND BLOOD": gentile concessione di MINERVA- RARO VIDEO
Prodotto da: Rototom SunsplashE-mail: tv@rototom.com

Rototom Sunsplash Best Of 2010

2010 21-28 Agosto Benicássim España dirección: Tommaso d'Elia

Back from Backstage

FEATURING Sud Sound System, Zion Train, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Bunna, David Katz, Carlo Pistacchi, lo staff di Radio Base Venezia, lo staff del Rototom Sunsplash 2007 SPECIAL APPEARANCE Shaggy, Horace Andy, Jah Shaka, Beenie Man, Jah Mason, Gentieman, Africa Unite, Jaka, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra COLLABORATIONS: Film Commission Friuli Venezia Giulia REGIA: Tommaso D'Elia, Silvia Bonanni MONTAGGIO: Luca Onorati IN

Jamaica mon amour

Jamaica 2008. Jamaica mon amour is an “on the road” film, which brings us in contact with the places and persons linked to reggae music, with the beauty and contradictions of this Caribbean Island. Filmed during the tour organized by the European reggae festival Rototom Sunsplash to celebrate its 15th anniversary, this documentary depicts some of the most important places that marked the history of reggae music: Nine Miles, Bob Marley’s Mausoleum, and Tuff Gong, the studio where Bob Marley recorded his greatest hits and which now belongs to his wife Rita. Here we filmed a historical moment, i.e. the very last time the press was used to manufacture vinyl records. The film then takes us along the most significant roads for music production, Studio One Boulevard and Orange Street, into shops that marked the history of reggae, such as Techniques, and the small enterprises where records are still manufactured on vinyl.During this journey, we will also meet true icons of the past and present of reggae music: Chris Blackwell, the producer who made Bob Marley famous worldwide, Rita Marley, Alborosie, one of most popular present-day reggae artists, the Jamaican Minister for Culture, and many others.But as the protagonists confirm, reggae music is about the everyday life, joys and sorrows of the Jamaican people, so the documentary will also bring us in contact with today’s reality, the harsh world of those who live in the Kingston slums, the wild nights in the dancehalls, the luscious beauty of the nature.Jamaica mon amour is a non-fiction film for all those who love reggae music and want to get a clearer insight of the world from which it sprung and developed.Featuring: Chris Blackwell (producer), Rita Marley (the wife of Bob Marley), Alborosie (musician), Pier Tosi (journalist), Gino Castaldo (journalist), Maria Carla Gullotta (Amnesty International Jamaica), Robert Livingstone (director of Big Yard studio), Lampa Dread (One Love Hi-Pawa)“Jamaica mon amour”A film by Tommaso D’Elia and Luca OnoratiDirector: Tommaso D’EliaEditing: Luca OnoratiInterviews by: Tommaso D’Elia, Pier Tosi, Antonio OristanoTranslation and adaptation: Tony ShargoolEdition: Simone PalliccaLocations in Jamaica: Giovanni VinciOrganization and locations in Sicily: Gelasio GaetaniOrganization: Manuela Nosella, Silvia Marcolin, Geraldine LocciProduced by Filippo Giunta – Rototom Sunsplash Executive producer: Claudio GiustAnno2008/9

London Town's On the Trails of Reggae

A Film by Tommaso D’Elia The documentary intends to retrace the original trail to perceive and feel Africa’s roots within London’s Reggae music.We cover topical subjects such as the 1948, ‘Windrush’ massive immigration from the Caribbean Islands to London, the Notting Hill riots in 1976, the New Cross massacre in Brixton during the late 80ies and we explore Reggae Music today, stressing its strong influence on both punk and pop music . After the recent film ‘Jamaica mon amour’ , this new production offers in-depth analyses aiming at further understanding the significance of ‘peace, love, respect and unity’.Interviewees: Chris Blackwell (Music Producer), Vivienne Goldman (a friend of Bob Marley, now writer and biographer of ‘Exodus’), Mad Professor (musician – founder of Ariwa Studios), Linton Kwesi Johnson (poet and songwriter-singer), Mykaell Riley (Prof. at Westminster University – former co-founder of band: Steel Pulse), David Hinds ( Musician, singer and co-founder of Steel Pulse), Ali Cambell (Musician, singer and former front-man, founder of UB40) and many others. TV Director: Tommaso D’EliaAssistant Director: Silvia BonanniEditor: Luca OnoratiInterviews by Pier Tosi, David Katz, and Tony ShargoolPhotography: Tommaso D’Elia, Luca Onorati, Gelasio Gaetaniand Marco Pasquini Alessandro Pesce Production Secretary: Valentina BellomoProduction Assistant : Iacobella GaetaniTranslations and adaptation: Tony ShargoolEdition: Simone PalliccaOrganization: Manuela Nosella, Silvia Marcolin, Geraldine LocciProducers: Filippo Giunta – Chairman Rototom Sunsplash with: Gelasio Gaetani – Noemi CinzanoExecutive Producer: Claudio Giust