Caro Futuro
Short film | 4 min | Sub Eng

What to put in the time capsule?

This choice leads Lorenzo to a series of reflections and questions
on what surrounds him and the value of time.
It follows the discovery of the traditional Korean paper "Hanji",
known as the longest-living paper in the world.

Starring Lorenzo Gagliardi
Directed and animated by Lisa Consolini
Director of Photography and Camera - Alessandro Marin
Written by Lisa Consolini and Isabella Gallo
Grip - Sophie Perazzolo 
Scenography - Noemi Trazzi
Production - Isabella Gallo
Ass. Production - Marcella Gagliardi
Voice Over - Lorenzo Gagliardi
Music and Mix - Paolo Peyron
Color Grading - Alessandro Bernardi

K-Lab project realized by the Korean Cultural Institute,
the Experimental Center of Cinematography and the Experimental Center of Cinematography Lombardy.

[Focus] Hanji Paper

2 min | sub eng

What is Hanji paper?

The Korean Cultural Institute in collaboration with the Experimental Center of Cinematography create a series of short films to tell the story of Korean Culture.
Lisa Consolini, student of the Experimental Center of Cinematography, tells us about her encounter with the traditional Korean Hanji paper and its characteristics.
Discover and get to know Korean culture yourself through the 1000-year card, the Hanji!