by Giuseppe Calandriello



Asemic cinema is non-communication form that uses language outside the traditional rules of syntax.
Asemic cinema determines a void of meaning which the spectator has the freedom to fill and interpret.
Asemic cinema is the highest expression of the denial of fundamental grammatical rules of cinema semiology.

Directed by:

Giuseppe Calandriello


Francesco Aprile, Andrea Astolfi, Diego Bertelli, Antonino Bove, Karri Kokko, Antonio Francesco Perozzi, Lamberto Pignotti


Paolo Martini, Paola Raffo Arte Contemporanea, LaLùz Films

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