Sex & the internet

For some, the darkest mechanisms of the Internet have been a curse, as in the most serious cases of revenge porn that have occupied the pages of national newspapers in recent years, while for others the sharing of one’s own individual experience has become a means of daily confrontation with those who have a similar life path or simply for a progressive normalization of life stories much more common than we believe.

DIRECTED BY: Eduardo Festa

WRITTEN BY: Virginia Sara Ricci

RUNNING TIME: 90′ circa

Gendernet
Documentary

Gendernet – Sex in the age of the internet

For some, the darkest mechanisms of the Internet have been a curse, as in the most serious cases of revenge porn that have occupied the pages of national newspapers in recent years, while for others the sharing of one’s own individual experience has become a means of daily confrontation with those who have a similar life path or simply for a progressive normalization of life stories much more common than we believe.

In this docufilm girls and guys talk about their sexual sphere on social networks, some in a way more playful, others making it an art, still others for informational purposes, while some even built a career. Thanks to each of their points of view, an overall picture of the relationship between sexuality and the internet emerges for the new generations.

DIRECTED BY

Eduardo Festa

WRITTEN BY

Virginia Sara Ricci

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Simone Gambelli

MUSIC BY

keyoshin

RUNNING TIME

74′

WITH

Attilio Palmieri, Silvia Semenzin, Greta Elisabetta, Arianna Rogialli, Frida Affer, Carlotta Vagnoli, Lorenzo Gasparrini, Elisa Cuter, Alice Ciani, Marina Cuollo, David Blank, Silvia Omo-ogbewi, Giulia Linette, Fumettibrutti, Giovanni Vipra, Greta Tosoni, Irene Graziosi

EDITED BY

Piero Piccoli