Ghost Track (first feature)

original title:

GHOST TRACK

directed by:

cast:

Diane Fleri, Lavinia Longhi, Angela Baraldi, Filippo Nigro, Ruhi Sari, Yasemin Sannino, Eileen Khatchkadourian, Khaoula Bouchkhi, Oliva Salvadori, La Shica, Fermi Reixhac, Emmanuelle Collinet, Dean Baykan, Rocio Berenguer, Walid El Alayle, Mia Daibess, Narie-Jo Forzali, Christelle Younes, Tony Corvillo, Daniel Rossmeils,

screenplay:

cinematography:

Massimiliano Gatti, Emili Guirao

producer:

Luca Lucini, Raffaele Pianiggiani, Anna Villa, Fabrizio Vittucci

production:

country:

Italy/Spain

year:

2011

film run:

103'

format:

colour

festivals & awards:

  • Mantova Film Fest 2013: First Films Competition

MUSAE is a film in episodes along the lines of the concept album (an album in which the tracks are presented in a specific order expressing an idea) focusing on the structured art of sounds, silences, vibrations, noises and, above all, emotions that is MUSIC.
MUSAE is a story about different types of human relationships that can arise in relation to music.
Is the Music “in person” telling us about this stories, some between the millions in which she was protagonist. Six stories (one for each note in the scale) about colours, seven different countries, seven different languages and seven stories about women form a sequence of sounds which are apparently unrelated but in actual fact, if put in order like the notes on the pentagram, give us the impression we can hear all the sounds, noises and melodies in the world.
A film that wants us to ¨hear¨ music without using our ears.