YOU ARE (NOT)

THE ONLY ONE


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YOU ARE (NOT) THE ONLY ONE

Short Movie

Director / Art director

Short movie

Director / Art director

You are (not) the only one it’s a two minutes film and it’s about a “normal” day in quarantine with a special guess, John Lennon. It was done during the first lockdown with few guys around Italy, Andrea and Giulia for the animation, Gabriele, Marco and the DeBonis for the sound, Pierluigi and Samuele for acting and shooting, thanks to all the team. It was first of all a personal challenge, a way to tell the world that changes when it is changing.

You are (not) the only one it’s a two minutes film and it’s about a “normal” day in quarantine with a special guess, John Lennon. It was done during the first lockdown with few guys around Italy, Andrea and Giulia for the animation, Gabriele, Marco and the DeBonis for the sound, Pierluigi and Samuele for acting and shooting, thanks to all the team. It was first of all a personal challenge, a way to tell the world that changes when it is changing.


Film festival winner

Film festival winner

Winner

Film festival selection

Film festival selection

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REVIEW FROM

PRISMA FILM FESTIVAL

 

REVIEW FROM PRISMA FILM FESTIVAL

“With a totally free and poetic approach, Riccardo Albertazzi brings to the stage a “normal” day in quarantine. “You are (not) the only one” is a brief and striking portrait of an atomized humanity, locked up in the small spaces of their homes. It’s hard to call “You are (not) the only one” a movie.

It is rather a freehand work, which brings the cinematographic material back to a pure and extremely personal form. In fact, Albertazzi’s narrative is the intimate re-elaboration of a life experience that takes on absurd if not abstract forms. A kind of image therapy, therefore, capable of sublimating life in poetic construction.

John Lennon’s “Imagine” harmonizes visual choices, mixing them and evoking that universal feeling of belonging to humanity. Albertazzi’s film therefore bravely sacrifices narrative systems to express itself through the most abstract composition of visual and sound elements, which manage, with the same power of words, to communicate this message of hope.”

Link to review

“With a totally free and poetic approach, Riccardo Albertazzi brings to the stage a “normal” day in quarantine. “You are (not) the only one” is a brief and striking portrait of an atomized humanity, locked up in the small spaces of their homes. It’s hard to call “You are (not) the only one” a movie. It is rather a freehand work, which brings the cinematographic material back to a pure and extremely personal form.

In fact, Albertazzi’s narrative is the intimate re-elaboration of a life experience that takes on absurd if not abstract forms. A kind of image therapy, therefore, capable of sublimating life in poetic construction.

John Lennon’s “Imagine” harmonizes visual choices, mixing them and evoking that universal feeling of belonging to humanity. Albertazzi’s film therefore bravely sacrifices narrative systems to express itself through the most abstract composition of visual and sound elements, which manage, with the same power of words, to communicate this message of hope.”

Link to review

STORYBOARD

 

REVIEW FROM PRISMA FILM FESTIVAL

“With a totally free and poetic approach, Riccardo Albertazzi brings to the stage a “normal” day in quarantine. “You are (not) the only one” is a brief and striking portrait of an atomized humanity, locked up in the small spaces of their homes. It’s hard to call “You are (not) the only one” a movie.

It is rather a freehand work, which brings the cinematographic material back to a pure and extremely personal form. In fact, Albertazzi’s narrative is the intimate re-elaboration of a life experience that takes on absurd if not abstract forms. A kind of image therapy, therefore, capable of sublimating life in poetic construction.

John Lennon’s “Imagine” harmonizes visual choices, mixing them and evoking that universal feeling of belonging to humanity. Albertazzi’s film therefore bravely sacrifices narrative systems to express itself through the most abstract composition of visual and sound elements, which manage, with the same power of words, to communicate this message of hope.”

Link to review

First step, imagine the story, second step give a structure, third step create a scenography, fifth step choose your colors, sixth hope it all makes sense. Here you can see some of the first boards which merge all the steps.

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Treatment


Treatment

Before to involve the actor I tried with myself, I needed to test the look and feel.

So I did some shoot with myself, ok it’ wasn’t the best but it was enough to go further.

 

Before to involve the actor I tried with myself,I needed to test the look and feel.

So I did some shoot with myself,ok it’ wasn’t the best but it was enough to go further.

From shooting to animation


Do you know the behind the scene of Hollywood movie where all the actor have to act on the green screen without any context?

Here it was the same but with 2000€ budget and the national lockdown.

Pierluigi Bevilacqua (the main actor) and Samuele Romano (the cameraman) acted and shooted all remotely,

it was a very hard part but they did a awesome job.

Here some of the original still frame near the final result.

 

From shooting to animation

Do you know the behind the scene of Hollywood movie where all the actor have to act on the green screen without any context?

Here it was the same but with 2000€ budget and the national lockdown.

Pierluigi Bevilacqua (the main actor) and Samuele Romano (the cameraman) acted and shooted all remotely, it was a very hard part but they did a awesome job.

Here some of the original still frame near the final result.

 

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Credits

Credits

Director: Riccardo Albertazzi

Art Director: Andrea Gilardi

Art Director: Giulia Giordano

Actor: Pierluigi Bevilacqua

Cameraman: Samuele Romano 

Sound designer: Marco Debonis

Music: Gabriele Rubbi / Marco Priotti

Director: Riccardo Albertazzi

Art Director: Andrea Gilardi

Art Director: Giulia Giordano

Actor: Pierluigi Bevilacqua

Cameraman: Samuele Romano 

Sound designer: Marco Debonis

Music: Gabriele Rubbi / Marco Priotti

Sound designer: Marco Debonis

©2017 Riccardo Albertazzi

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