吉安路卡・馬里亞尼、黛安娜・曼弗雷蒂 Gianluca MARIANI、Diana MANFREDI
義大利 Italy | 2004 | DCP | Colour | 38min
2019-08-29 (四) 11:00 SBC星橋國際影城 7廳
2019-08-25 (日) 13:50 in89統領影城 9廳
米蘭滑板元老吉安路卡在 1989 年創立「義式街頭頑童」(Spaghettochild)，他也是闢造當地滑板場景的前鋒。義式街頭頑童三部曲，1999 年問世的首部曲《義式街頭頑童一：滑板無規則》，龐克精神十足地呈現當時米蘭滑板人，無畏又熱血的街頭滑板技術的純粹，低傳真的影像質地溢滿 1980、90 年代家庭錄像帶的攝錄之樂。時隔 5 年，導演與藝術家黛安娜・曼弗雷蒂共製的《義式街頭頑童二：不如做自己》，設定以滑板漫遊米蘭的文本；吉安路卡開著廂型車，沿途接載板友們一起上路去玩板，隨性地蹉跎青春時光，揮灑滑板既能獨樂樂，亦能眾樂樂的熱血。睽違 17 年後，滑板主廚之家的勒內・奧利沃執導《義式街頭頑童三：昔日瘋狂青春》短片，混融了長達 20 年的滑板影像紀實之外，透過訪談與過去從未曝光的鏡頭影像，突顯吉安路卡 30 年的滑板人生中，視滑板作為創作的一種哲思。30 年的滑板激情，始終不受繭縛，依舊街滑疾速且熱血滿點。
Thirty years of passion, without restraints. Spaghettochild's first video, No Rules, showcases Milan skateboarding talent and craziness. Why Be Something You're Not? is Spaghettochild’s second video and was co-directed and edited by Diana Manfredi. The story that connects the various videoparts is very simple: Gianluca goes around Milan in his Van picking up friends to skate with. Seventeen years came the release of the latest Spaghettochild video; Youth of Yesterday, is the hybrid between skate video and documentary which looks through the story of one of the purest and underground Italian brands. It is a dive into the mind of Gianluca Mariani and his philosophy behind this creation of 30 years of skateboarding.
Gianluca MARIANI is the founder and owner of Spaghettochild since 1989. He has been one of the spearheads of Italian street skateboarding for years. His way of skating is characterized by a flowing style interpreted by the use of urban terrain.
人們稱她「Spaghetto」的導演黛安娜・曼弗雷蒂，是義大利出身的記者、導演、剪接師及動畫藝術家，曾執導過《Entrada de servicio》(2002)及《#Twerkumentary》(2016)等紀錄片作品。
Diana MANFREDI is an Italian director, journalist, editor and animator. She is better known by the name Spaghetto. Diana has directed many music videos and documentaries such as Twerkumentary.
In "Why Be Something You're Not?" , I wanted to take a classic, raw skate video and add a story to show the friendship between the various skaters and expose the variety of personalities in the group. We didn't really have to invent anything because the chemistry of the group was solid and the skating held its own.