A DAY IN ITALY
Director(s): Roland THERON, Jean-Philippe URBACH – Writer(s): Roland THERON, Andrea BAROLINI Contact Print page
Continuing our collection "A Day in...Europe" with this film starring Italy...
From the Alps in the north to the south of Sicily, the Italian peninsula stretches over more than 1,700 kilometres from Europe towards Africa. Located close to the fault line where the Eurasian and African tectonic plates meet, Italy is constantly threatened by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Seen from the sky, the country reveals the extraordinary beauty and complex variety of Mediterranean landscapes, but also the economic developments underway in an attempt to overcome the historical north-south divide. Milan and Rome, but also Turin, Venice, Naples or Palermo are the centres of attraction in this Day in Italy, telling the story of a land seeped in ancient history that is turned towards its future.
The film is accompanied by a 5 x 26' history series. Click here to discover "ITALY, HISTORY SEEN FROM ABOVE.