Daniele Napolitano plays with Stop-Motion in “Notte Sento”

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Up and coming Italian Director Daniele Napolitano has successfully put a fresh spin on the cortometraggio (short film). Creatively using stop-motion photography, his 2008 film “Notte Sento” has become a cyber phenomenon around the globe. The film was made with 4500+ still photographs shot by a Canon EOS 30D camera. Napolitano’s short love story revolves around the one night a deaf Italian girl misses her train to Milan and the man she meets. This charming film was recently chosen as one of the top 5 projects of the Seagate Creative Fund, won the second prize at CortoWeb 9.0 in the Arcipelago Film Festival in Rome and won 1st prize at RomaEuropa Web Factory Online Contest for Best Commercial and Best Viral Video.


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