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Title: The Chocolate Factory
Subtitle: An account of work safety between tradition and innovation
Director: Paolo Ceretto
Company: Peyrano


Synopsis
Can the social innovations brought by safety norms co-exist with the practices of a traditional, family-run business? Peyrano, a symbol of excellence in gourmet chocolate, while trying to keep pace with market changes, without losing its identity as an artisan chocolate maker, faces difficulties with workers and contending interests between generations, traditions and daily routine.



Title: Residual Risk
Subtitle: The daily battle against the unpredictability of human behavior
Director: Alessandro Nucci
Company: TRW Automotive Italia – Bricherasio (TO) plant


Synopsis
An ultramodern factory in Italy’s industrial north. The factory produces airbags, safety devices for revolutionary automobile marques. Hundreds of workers spend six hours of their workday in a well-lit, aseptic and safe environment where nothing is left to chance. Yet the enemy lies in hiding: the residual risk associated with human behavior. Only when management and staff join forces is it possible to come closer to winning the battle against unpredictability.



Title: Every Man for Himself
Subtitle: Work safety between words and action
Director: Margherita Pescetti
Company: Zublena


Synopsis
The construction business is marked by high accident rates. To minimize risk in a building site, applying current norms is inadequate; instead it takes ongoing theoretical and practical training to develop a sense of responsibility among all those involved. The film tells of of the commitment and effort needed to ensure a safe work environment in a construction site. But it also poses the question of the value of these efforts in the public works market.  The story is told through the eyes of the film crew on its first encounter with construction site workers and safety issues.



Title: The Press
Subtitle: Work safety in the machine era
Director: Alessandro Pugno
Company: Corcos Industriale S.a.s.


Synopsis
In broad strokes, the film traces the history of the relationship between man, machine and workplace safety from the early 1900s to today, discovering that fear of the machines has given way to a sense of nearly unconditional trust. How did this change come about? Does man no longer need to live in fear of machines but only in fear of his own errors? What surprises does the future hold? Above all, is safety culture a conquest of technological progress alone? The answers to these questions are given by the workers of yesterday, today and tomorrow through archive images and footage filmed in an industry leader in workplace automation and advanced technologies. 



Title: Martini and its Recipe for Safety
Subtitle: For a pioneer in safety certification and technological adjustments, it’s the overall culture of the organization that makes the difference in workplace safety
Director: Francesco Uboldi
Company: Martini & Rossi


Synopsis
Martini & Rossi is at the forefront of technical-engineering applications to work safety. Yet, the real problem lies elsewhere: more readily revealed in an organization’s culture than by technical data and official certifications. Whence the decision to view this company, emblematic for Made-in-Italy, as a “big family” just as many of its employees see it. And to tell the safety story by following the recipe for making the company’s most popular product: Martini.


Il regista / The Director

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Alessandro Nucci (b. 1984, Cosenza) attended the DAMS, University of Calabria while working as cameraman and film editor for a local television production company. After graduation, he moved to Rome where he continued to work as cameraman for television production and service companies, on assignment for news features for the Rai and La7 channels. In late 2007 he began collaborating with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), on assignments in Italy, Africa and Central America. His Una stagione all’inferno, the story of seasonal immigrant farm workers in southern Italy, earned him the 2008 Premio Ilaria Alpi in the young filmmakers’ category, the Premio Guido Carletti, and special mention at the International Prize for Mediterranean Documentary & Reportage.He then worked as cameraman and director of photography on four short documentaries on muscular dystrophy for the Italian Union Against Muscular Dystrophy (UILDM) and on (R)esistenza, a Dutch production about the Scampia district in Naples. He collaborates with the Ogilvy & Mather advertising agency on communications for the Ford Italia account. His most recent film is Residual Risk (2010) (direction and photography). In 2010 he joined the production team of the Annozero program aired on Rai2.    

Margherita Pescetti (b. 1981, Milan) earned a degree in anthropology from the University of Siena in 2005, after which she studied screenwriting in Rome in 2006, and obtained a masters in documentary direction from the European Institute of Design, Venice, in 2008.
Her screenwriting credits include Sforbiciate and Il lupo e la luna, which received special mention and was published in Son tutte belle le mamme del mondo. Ovvero: Storie di ordinaria discriminazione. Padua: Ed. Cleup, and La casa di Leyla, a short film produced with the support of the Region of Latium.
Her video credits (operator and editor) include Kalandia Children (Palestine), shown at the Social Art Festival, Rome; Capaci di futuro, a promotional video for the Re.La.Jo ludopedagogical association; and Videointerviste, a series of interviews with Roman artists for the Arteduepuntozero web channel. Her first documentary (direction, photography, editing) was a short entitled L’arca di Noé, which won notice at the 2009 Delta Film Festival . She has just completed her first feature film entitled Russulella, a biopic of the oldest “femminiello” of the Spanish Quarter in Naples. 

Alessandro Pugno (b. 1983, Casale Monferrato) studied philosophy in Bologna, where he entered the world of images as photography assistant for architecture magazines. But his real education began on a scooter, trains, and ships while traveling throughout the Mediterranean (Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Portugal) to discover people and places and find inspiration. A collection of his travel impressions was exhibited in a photography show entitled “La giostra” (Seville, 2005) and published in a poetry collection Fili d’oro tra le ortiche, which won the coveted Premio Lorenzo Montano 2006.
After working in Spain as a documentary film editor, he returned to Italy to form the Papavero Films company, for which he directed his first film, La culla delle aquile, which earned him numerous awards at national and foreign film festivals. In 2008 he attended a masters class conducted by Werner Herzog, one of contemporary cinema’s outstanding directors. Pugno writes for web magazines and blogs. His analyses of modern society follow a visual-philosophical thread evident in his filmmaking: can philosophy be done through images?

Francesco Uboldi (b. 1977) lives in Saronno. He studied in Virginia (USA) and then at the University of Bologna where, at the Department of Communications, he set up a multimedia research laboratory, through which, following theoretical studies, he makes video productions. Currently, he teaches new media and video on the masters course in journalism at the University of Languages and Communication (Iulm) Milan.
His first documentary, Terzo mondo, primo, terzo, filmed almost exclusively in Cameroon, is nearing the post-production phase. His selected, award-winning short documentary credits include Dieci chili di mare (2009); Valdés (2008); Jean Paul (2006); Sulla strada per Bagan (2005); Il libro dell'acqua (2004); and Rom, musicisti sotterranei (2004).


Paolo Ceretto (b. 1979, Turin) has been working for about 10 years as freelance director of documentaries, company videos, and video installations. Building on experience in video installations for a variety of advertising agencies and as assistant director and assistant director of photography, his current focus is on directing video screenplays for theater productions such as Le fiamme e la ragione, by and with Corrado Augias, and video installations for exhibitions and major events such as “Pensieri, ricerca e architettura di Mario Cucinella Architect” held during the Torino World Design Capital, and “La luna ha 40 anni” held in the Piazza del popolo, Rome, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing.
In 2006 his co-directed his first international documentary entitled Space Hackers, coproduced by Arte France, Studio International, Zenit Arti Audiovisive and with the participation of Fox International Channels Italia, RAI, DR TV, TSI, TSR, SBS, RTBF, VPRO, Planete, and YLE TEEMA. The film has been screened at numerous international festivals and won the Golden Statue at the 38th Roshd International Film Festival, Teheran, Iran.
He is currently editing a new documentary slated for the international market, entitled Progamma 101, la memoria del futuro, produced by Zenit Arti Audiovisive, with the support of Fox Channel, Piemonte Doc Film Fund and Ars Media.




Produzione / Production

INail Piemonte


Edizione 2011
SAFETY FIRST

DOCUMENTARY
Italy , 2010, 60'

DIRECTOR
Ceretto, Pugno, Uboldi, Nucci, Pescetti

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