An anthropological documentary about the Big River Po and its surrounding. A journey with legs between small villages and histories of life, songs in the night, boat bridges, legends on sheat-fish, traditions, changes and pollution.
Rossella Schillaci earned a MA in Visual Anthropology and Documentary Direction at the University of Manchester (U.K.). In 2009 she was selected for the Berlinale Talent Campus. She produced and directed several documentaries for RAI and Sky. Her last three documentaries have been awarded in many international film festivals, including the Jean Rouch Film Festival of Paris, the Prize for Mediterranean Documentary and Reportage of RAI, the Turin Film Festival.