Filmmaker Andrea Caccia allows teenagers to speak for themselves in this documentary. Thanks to the widespread use of digital camera and cell phones that can capture both still and moving images, many young people have an easy-to-use camera at their disposal twenty-four hours a day. But what are they doing with them, and what do they want to say when they push the button? For the film Vedozero, Caccia and her producers gave seventy Italian high school students cell phones with video capability and asked them to tell them something about themselves using images in their daily lives. Caccia then edited the many hours of video footage submitted down to seventy-seven minutes, creating a visual collage that's by turns funny, whimsical and bold as these young people offer a candid look into their lives. Vedozero was an official selection at the 2010 Rotterdam International Film Festival.
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