- Where: Sala Drugo, Sala Nanook, Sala Sergei
- When: December 15th 2018, h 8:30 pm
Videogames have taken from the cinema how cinema has taken from video games: two worlds, two souls, with complementary results. Hollywood actors who participate in videogame productions, as well as the advent of computer graphics in live-action productions, represent some of the steps that have led more and more to the commingling between the two arts (even three, if we consider the comic and animation digital).
Oasis Loop will show you some representative examples of one and the other, chosen and edited by Michele “Sabaku No Maiku” Poggi, able to establish a fruitful relationship between what is filmed and what is played; each room will also lead you to know a different way of interpreting this relationship but also, more generally, the idea of artistic product, coinciding with the three main production centers of video games: Japan, North America, Europe.
“Messarounder” from his birth, after completing his studies he worked in a television studio as editor and graphic designer, then became a freelancer of VFX Design, developing official materials for Television and Cinema. Finally he reached out for a while to the Erielitaria Technicolor Italia before it closed down, having to do with an international workplace where it was possible to interact with Marvel, Warner Bros. and similars. Too close to his thirties to get angry when someone calls medium-videogame “games with scores” and when someone calls working in cinema a hobby. Born reluctantly in a connectionless “Outer Haven”, he pursued digital and his passions in an “analog” way since he had memory: Game Boy at 5, PC Tower today.
An eclectic type, passed through the hands of cinema, returns to his habitat bringing it, finally, even on Youtube.
Discovering with interest and joy that what has always happened to him in groups of people or at parties, seeing himself created around a circle of listeners as if he were a bard, has evolved on the Web platform … But now, his goal is bigger.