Documentary Pitch

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  • Lilith.doc is the title of my documentary, this is still a work in progress. Its length will be between 5 and 10 minutes.
  • In this stageI The purpose is to analyze the reactions between opposites
  • The rhythm in this part will be slow.The still frames have the aim to describe the place and its inhabitants.
  • Skyscraper shapes making draws in the sky
  • Iron spiderwebs cover the buildings
  • Black rocks in silent passing
  • Metal, glass and cement designed around people
  • The music change, in this phase, we meet the performer, her monologue and her movements set her in an intimate way.The contrast between the streets and her lively and catchy moves, combined with her soft and feminine body is immediately appreciable.
  • Her path to reach the performance place will be accelerated in post-production to anticipate the shocking nature of the performance
  • During the performance, Lilith dressed up like a smart businesswoman will go near a traffic light and try to wash the cars’ window in exchange of some change.How will people react?
  • The immediate shock, should lead to a further reflection.The economic recession could create those needs for real?
  • In some countries the performance is reality. Presenting the problem in the arty way exploit the power of beauty to touch souls.
  • Lilith.doc is the title of my documentary, this is still a work in progress. Its length will be between 5 and 10 minutes.
  • Documentary Pitch

    1. 1. © Silvia Destefanis 2009<br />
    2. 2. Litith.doc is the impact of a performer on an environment.<br />Lilith is the performer: mediterranean beauty, provocative and voluptuous<br />The environment is gray and squared, but pulsing with its inner life<br />
    3. 3. Begin: presentation of the environment<br />Longs frames showing the places where the action will go through <br />
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    8. 8. The last of those shoots fades in the performer’s face.<br />She starts a monologue, approaching the place of her performance…<br />
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    11. 11. The act starts.<br />Reactions of the public: people in the street, businessman&businnesswomen…<br />
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    20. 20. © Silvia Destefanis 2009<br />

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