Soon after her ‘big break’, Italian actress Nadya Cazan disappeared. Ottica Zero follows Nadya from her rejection of the monetary-based system to find an alternative way of living. It is a journey which takes us from Rome to Venus, where social innovator and futurist, Jacques Fresco, proposes a solution.
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, Beta SP, DV-Cam
NOMINATED – Best Short Film – Raindance Film Festival 2008
SPECIAL MENTION – Prix Uip – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2007
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Rotterdam International Film Festival 2009
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Split International Film Festival Croatia 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Oberhausen International Short Film Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Cucalorus 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Reykjavik Short Film Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Iowa Documentary Film Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Huesca Film Festival 2008
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Ofensiva International Film Festival, Poland, as part of “New National Cinema – Scottish Focus” Dec 2007
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Festival Film Dokumenter, Indonesia 2007
SCREENED – Directors Lounge Berlin 2008
SCREENED – WIFT screening – Zita Cinema Sweden 2008
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