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Clemente Bicocchi, Italy


An ancestral scene in a science-fiction frame inspired by a novel of Isaac Asimov. The passage of a herd of goats at sunset in a remote bay of a Greek island can be the starting point for a visionary and metaphysical journey. An abstract-meditating setting, pointing out the urgency of our planet and humanity.


Born in Florence, Italy in 1973. He lives in Florence. He has been making documentaries and experimental films since 1998.

Know for Black Africa White Marble (2012), best documentary at Anncecy Cinéma Italien festival, audience award for best documentary at Cambridge Film Festival, official selection at: Mostra Internacional do Cinema Sao Paulo, New York African Film Festival and many others.

Educazione Affettiva (2015), a documentary feature that had a long theatrical release in Italy. His first novel book has been published in 2017 in Italy and France and the second one just came out in 2022.

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