by Vittoria Campaner, short film, United states 2018
De feet, synopsis
Elena wakes up one morning and realizes her feet were stolen and exchanged with ugly feet.
De feet, crew
Director: Vittoria Campanet
Writer: Vittoria Campaner
Vittoria Campaner is an Italian cinematographer and director based in Los Angeles. Born in Venice, Italy, she left her home country to study in the United States, graduating in 2015 with a BFA in Integrated Design from Parsons The New School for Design. During her time in New York, she experimented with a wide variety of mediums and developed a passion for filmmaking which eventually led her to pursue a career in cinematography. She moved to Los Angeles to attend the MFA Film Program at UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television, where she graduated in 2019. Her work has screened at many international film festivals and art galleries around the world, including the Rhode Island International Film Festival, the Palm Springs International ShortFest, La Guarimba International Film Festival (Italy), the Biennale Lanarca (Greece), the Aggregate Space Gallery (Oakland, CA) and the Hunter Shaw Fine Art Gallery (LA, CA). In 2020 Vittoria was selected as one of 5 cinematographers to participate in FilmIndependent’s Project Involve program, and her latest directorial effort, the short film ‘Dye-Red’ – an absurdist take on the dysfunctional relationship between two roommates and best friends–, will premiere at the Nashville Film Festival this year. As a storyteller, Vittoria is drawn to high-concept narratives, surrealism and magical realism, and her background in design informs a multi-disciplinary approach to her craft.