Il mondo di Nermina

by Vittoria Fiumi

Documentario | Italy, Switzerland, Germany | 2014 | HD | 54 min.

Date thursday 9 july

Location Fattoria Frassanelle Papafava - ROVOLON (PD), via Frassanelle, 14


Nermina survived the 1992 massacre in which many members of her family were killed. She has come back to live in her native village with her husband and children. She farms and breeds cows, the only means she has of making a living. Her two daughters, Almedina and Melisa, are now adolescent, they share the desires and ambitions of their generation: Almedina would like to go abroad, Melisa wants to go to university. In the background there's the hashness of country life in a village that is still affected by the consquences of war and where one question keeps coming back: "should I stay or should I go?". 


Vittoria Fiumi (1980) is a filmmaker graduated at the University of Manchester (UK) in Visual Anthropology. She worked as a documentary film director and producer for different International NGO with projects in India, East Africa and Former Yugoslavia. She also collaborated as a camera operator, script-writer, producer, for film companies specialized in creative documentaries. In 2014 she started her own company Fiumi Film based in Switzerland.

Vittoria Fiumi

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