"Black Days, White Nights" is an anthem to beauty, fashion and arts, but most of all to contrast. It symbolizes lightness and darkness, hope and despair, life and death. Light only has a meaning in relation to darkness. Hope only exists when despair precedes. Death gives meaning to our lives. We only exist in terms of these conflicts, in the very moment when black and white clash.
The city of Rome, headquarters of the Vatican and the Catholic Church, is definitely the most suggestive scenery for challenging contrasts. It is witness of contradictions of thousands of years, literally it's where heaven and hell collapse and rise at the same moment. The film "Black Days, White Nights" wants to awake awareness of the beauty of contrasts that surrounds us every day, and every night. ( © Carina Wachsmann)
Written/directed/photography by: Carina Wachsmann
Produced by: Martina Biccheri, Carina Wachsmann
Starring: Adesewa , Alice T.
Production: Rust&Gold communication
Line producer: Martina Biccheri
Camera operator: Jacopo Tofani
Editing: Christine Rockefeller, Jacopo Tofani
Music: „Day&Night" by Emanuele Vesci
Make-up & hair: Sabina Pinsone
Backstage photographer: Livia Coccia
Production assitant: Simone Olivi
Brands: Shampalove, DeVilish, Sixty Seven, Dr. Martens, Marc Jacobs, Jewelmint
Special thanks to: Casa Internazionale delle Donne Roma, Caffe Palombini EUR, ISFCI instituto superiore di fotografia
Fashion & Art, Roma 2013
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