Francesca Floris, born in Oristano, Italy, in 1992. I make photos and cartoons. I attended the “Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia” in Rome. I’ve been working in the film industry as a professional for the past four years. In May 2020, I joined some colleague photographers in working with actors through the medium of the webcam, starting a series of photoshoots that are set during the Covid-19 emergency lockdown in Italy.
Francesca Floris was the cover artist of the 2020 Summer Issue of In Parentheses.“AGAVE” FROM THE WORLD OF LAS
S’ammuttadori es parte de nosu.* He knows us all. But how much do we know him? As much as we know ourselves. Anna and Las are both experiencing a busy night full of nightmares. Each of them fights with their ammuntadore, or rather, with their own perception of it. The ammuntadore, in Sardinian culture, represents the demon of the night. He assaults us while we sleep and shows us the origin of our greatest fears. The deepest ones. Anna and Las are both part of two similar stories of lost innocence, albeit in different ways… albeit distant. Yet they find each other. At the end of the journey, at the end of the dream. Las’s destination, once awake, is reached through a quiet inner flight, accompanied, step by step, by the drive towards her true love. Because, even in the dark, it is important to remember that we are not alone.
*In Sardinian: the ammuntadore is part of us.
Supported by Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission and RAS – Regione Autonoma della Sardegna
Produced and directed by Francesca Floris
Written by Francesca Floris with the collaboration of Davide Petrosino
Original music by Chiara Floris
Sound design by Beatrice Mele
Edited by Laura Leitermann
Animated by Lorenzo Consoli and Cyril Glerum
Character design by Francesca Floris, Chiara Moreni and Oliviero Murru
Environment design by Araceli López-Carmona, Oliviero Murru and Alessandra Valle
Flora’s Room Logo design by Lorenzo Consoli
Flora’s Room logo animation by Fabrizio Di Palma
Social media content by Fabrizio Di Palma
Poster by Lorenzo Consoli
© Francesca Floris 2021
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