"HPC5 Supercomputer" DOCUFILM TRAILER UFFICIALE - ENI
«Ho previsto cose» direbbe, dunque, il sistema di supercalcolo di Eni: HPC5," a docu-corporate film for ENI power. Eni media department/Raw-News production - Federico Fornaro 1st DoP
A Connected Story - Nonna Paola
Nonna Paola is a tech-challenged Italian grandmother who moved to Australia almost 60 years ago. All of her extended family is still in Calabria, south of Italy so NBN, Australia's new broadband network, decided to organize a little surprise for her. Shot for NBN Australia on June 23, 2015.
Meet the Citizens of Boys' & Girls' Towns of Italy
Boys and Girls' Towns of Italy empowers war refugee, migrant and at-risk youth living on the streets of Italy. Through its innovative self-government approach, its young people develop vital skills needed to integrate into, and contribute to society as active, self-reliant adults. Produced in 2012.
"Afghanistan: a different story" - Fondazione Paracelso
Created in 2004, Fondazione Paracelso develops, funds, supports and implements scientific projects for hemophilia and hereditary clotting deficiencies. The goal to open the first center in Kabul for the diagnosis and treatment of hemophilia has been achieved. The program started in 2009 with the aim to provide Afghanistan with clinical care and social infrastructure for patients with hemophilia, a network project created in recent years with the collaboration of the Paracelso foundation hemophilia Center and thrombosis of Milan and the World Federation of hemophilia (WFH).
Shouf Cedars Reserve Documentary
This is a nature documentary on the "Al Shouf Cedar Reserve" of Lebanon. The film explores the marvellous biodiversity of one of the biggest cedars area of the country, whose beauty has been described in some of the oldest documents of human history. The "Al Shouf Cedar Reserve" was declared BioSphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2005 and it includes more than 25% of all the remaining cedars of Lebanon. Produced by Raw-News in 2010.
"The Invisibles" - The condition of hemophiliacs in Zambia
Created in 2004, Fondazione Paracelso develops, funds, supports and implements scientific projects for haemophilia and hereditary clotting deficiencies. Now, the goal is the opening of the first center in Lusaka - Zambia for the diagnosis and treatment of haemophilia, the program has the aim to provide Zambia with clinical care and social infrastructure for patients with hemophilia, a network project created in recent years with the collaboration of the Paracelso foundation haemophilia Center and thrombosis of Milan and the World Federation of haemophilia (WFH).