by Sara Fgaier
A woman narrates the script of Gli anni, a few pieces picked up on the shores of a timeless Sardinia. Neither the words nor the images claim to tell the whole of its story: the places of the past emerge as reverberations of a fragmentary and shifting memory, bathed in a new light.
Sara Fgaier is an Italian-Tunisian filmmaker. She received the Rolex Arts Prize for Film (2012-2013) under the mentorship of Walter Murch. Sara is the co-founder (with Pietro Marcello) of the production company Avventurosa. As editor and producer she made several films including The Mouth of the Wolf (2009) and Lost and Beautiful (2015). She directed the short films Humble Italy (2014, Venice Days) and The Years (2018, Horizons, Venice FF) which won both the EFA as Best European Short Film and the Silver Ribbon for Best Documentary.