Becco di Rame
Film in six tableaux

Production Company
Section —80
Mauro Chiarello
Connor Newall

Short film loosely based on the real life events of Becco di Rame (Copper Beak), the true story of Ottorino, a courageous goose, who lost his beak fighting against a fox to protect his friends. Rescued by the veterinarian Alberto Briganti, Ottorino now has a beautiful new beak made of copper and a new name: Becco di Rame.

Taking inspiration from Flemish art, the film and the editorial tell the true story through six tableux. A young boy meets the goose and feels on his own body the pain of amputation and the relief and beauty of having a prosthesis, represented by golden teeth. 

The short film was realized under the nickname of Melany.

Best New Italian Fashion Film @ Milano Fashion Film Festival 2016, shortlisted for direction, cinematography and experimental film @ Berlin Fashion Film Festival 2016, selected @ Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2016.