Giada Ghiringhelli is a London based filmmaker and video editor.
She has spent the last decade developing her passion in the visual arts. Imaginative with a unique aesthetic sensibility and a strong sense of visual rhythm, she has always experimented with new ways of editing and filming in the hope of pushing traditional boundaries and creating intense visual languages.
Her works have been exhibited internationally in many galleries and festival circuits, including the Locarno International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival and Uppsala International Short Film Festival.
Her latest short film, Rhythm Of Being, recently won Best Sound Design in London and Best Experimental Film in Paris.
When I saw this film for the first time, I could not take my eyes off the screen! The visuals were so intense and had such a deep story that it simply blew my mind. I have seen it a lot many times ever since.
The play of light is spectacular in almost every frame of this film!
The film’s description reads:
For an instant, I am. The light touches me gently and I live, burst and shine. This constant, irreversible, rhythmic drift from being to not. Only the memories left. Escaping desires. The love and the pain. I only have an instant of life. So please. This film is an ode to the rhythm of being.
Here is the film:
Video + sound: Giada Ghiringhelli
Sound mix and additional sound design: Joshua Younger
Titles: Steve West
Camera: Giada Ghiringhelli and Antoine Birot
Thanks: Nathan Ghiringhelli, Antoine Birot, Simona & René Bachofen
The film has been officially selected in these film festivals:
Ann Arbor Film Festival, 2018
London Short Film Festival, 2018
Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 2017
Vancouver International Film Festival, 2017
Aesthetica Short Film Festival, 2017
Athens Digital Arts Festival, 2017
Evolution! Mallorca International Film Festival, 2017
Albuquerque Film & Music Experience, 2017
Antimatter [Media Art], 2017
Girona Film Festival, 2017
Video Art and Experimental Film Festival, 2017
Locomoción Experimental Animation Festival, 2017
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