A Passer-by An adapted version of ‘A Passer-By’, a Charles Baudelaire poem from 'The Flowers of Evil' collection - a French Classic which was first published in 1857. Produced and directed by Luana Di Pasquale. Edited/VFX by Massi Guelfi. Original music by Matthias Kispert.
This video was exhibited at the 17 Days (vol.8) September 30 – October 26, 2015 at The Bret Llewellyn Art Gallery – Alfred State College October 2016. It is currently exhibited at Mahoney Hall – University of Massachusetts Lowell from November 14, 2016 – May 1, 2017 at Atrium Gallery – Western Michigan University.
It is also displayed @MovingPoems.
Nonna Nicolina is an intimate portrayed of a wonderfully feisty elderly roman woman, directed, filmed and edited by Luana Di Pasquale. It was screened at the Portobello Film Festival 09. It was selected at the 4DOCS (Channel4 website) and its Editor commented:‘It works as a snatched conversation; it could not be more compelling.’It was selected and displayed at the ‘LEARNING TO LOVE YOU MORE" exhibition curated by award-winning film director Miranda July, artists Harrel Fletcher and Nicky Peacock in Middlesborough, UK.
Feminists are funny looks at the Guerrilla Girls on Tour as they’re unleashed on unsuspecting members of society.
This short was selected and showcased at the Chashama Film Festival 08 in New York and at the Portobello Film Festival 09. The question remains: are feminists funny? Directed, filmed and edited by Luana Di Pasquale.
This video is displayed as the opening of the GGOT theatrical performances around the world. www.guerrillagirlsontour.com
#Breathing while #Camminando
by Luana Di Pasquale @ the Subway Gallery 2007
LIFE THROUGH MY VIEWFINDER
Vianne is about her own experience as a London based dominatrix and her world. It was showcased at the Portobello Film Festival 06, the Animate Space in Picadilly Circus as part of a collective exhibition and at The Bohemian Night, ArtsZone in Edmonton, where Luana held a Q&A session.
Walk for Water,Walk for Life...
Raising awareness of the ‘H2O walk for water, walk for life’ campaign by depicting the struggles of business people carrying water across the streets of London. Exhibited at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 2010.