Film: Storie d’amore


11. November 2021


17:00 - 18:30


Teatro Abeliano
Via Padre Massimiliano Kolbe, 3
70126 Bari, Italy

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A film about the Holstebro Festuge. The teatre is a catalyst for the subcultures of its municipality. A film by Stefano di Buduo.

TICKETS for the film

there is a maximum of 50 spectators.

Please reserve in advance by sending an email to:


Eugenio Barba e Odin Teatret
- Nuovo Teatro Abeliano


The film will also be presented at Cantieri Teatro Koreja on 18 November 2021 - at 18.30




Stefano di Buduo

Stefano Di Buduo is a German-Italian video artist, documentary film-maker and photographer. After he completed his studies in arts and sciences of digital performance at Università La Sapienza in Rome, where he also founded the multimedia company AESOPSTUDIO in 2008, his projects have taken him to France, Portugal, Denmark, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, USA, China, India and Iran, as well as Germany and Italy again and again.

From the beginning of 2005 he worked for many years as a multimedia artist for Città Invisibili (Invisible Cities), a project in public space produced by the Italian theatre Teatro Potlach, which travelled to many cities in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

In 2009 Di Buduo created the virtual underwater world for the acclaimed production 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (based on Jules Verne/Teatro Potlach). He went on to produce video installation and mapping projects as part of international festivals and events such as »Vision of Odin« in Holstebro/Denmark, »Incubatio« at the Museo Nazionale Svevo in Manfredonia/Italy, as well as the video mapping work at the metro station Battistini in Rome.

He collaborates regularly with the directors Donald Berkenhoff, Yael Ronen and Brit Bartkowiak, as well as the production designer and director Wolfgang Menardi. Most recently his works have appeared at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, Berliner Ensemble, Münchner Kammerspiele, Stadttheater Ingolstadt and Schauspiel Hannover.

In the 2019/20 season he created the video design for the world premiere of (R)Evolution – Eine Anleitung zum Überleben im 21. Jahrhundert, directed by Yael Ronen at the Thalia Theater. At the Gorki he’s contributed to Death Positive – States of Emergency





Photo © Mira Fajfer