The film ‘The 7 days of Bergamo: the miracle of the Alpine hospital’, presented during the 78th edition of the Venice Film Festival, will be screened tomorrow at 7pm at the Dal Verme Theater in Milan. The docufilm tells, through the words of about twenty witnesses, what the seven days in which the hospital in Fiera in Bergamo was built, in the midst of the Covid emergency, in the Italian province most affected by the pandemic represented. The film was born from an idea of Sergio Rizzini, national head of Alpine Health, developed with Ambrogio Crespi and entrusted to the first direction of Simona Ventura. Produced by Proger Smart Communication, the communication company controlled by Proger spa, one of the main Italian engineering companies, which has chosen to produce a work in perfect harmony with its core business: the construction of a hospital, the reconstruction of a territory and its relations after the pandemic. Among the authors Giovanni Terzi and Natascia Turato. Alongside Simona Ventura a talented young man, Niccolò Crespi, with Michele Saulle; photography by Orazio Truglio and Alessandro Arrighi at the construction management. Original music by Tricarico. The film is a fresco that, through a cavalcade of images and words, ends with a hymn to hope in the sequences in Via Borgo Palazzo, with Simona Ventura. Free admission with booking on Ticketone: the authors will be present.
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