Some of Italy's most prominent historians give talks from prestigious theatres across the country. Videos produced and directed by Matan Rochlitz, with Icaro Films for La Terza Editori.
Writer Odai Al Zoubi tells a story of heartache, displacement, war and George Michael. Full film available on: Alexander App Directed and edited by Matan Rochlitz Animation by May Kindred-Boothby Music Composition by Ed Dowie Cinematography by Mali Arsan Creative Direction LOOK Studios NYC
Pounding the tarmac through the seasons, a band of runners are brazenly challenged with intimate questions.
AN 18-year-old woman with over 20 facial piercings and tattooed eyeballs says that she doesn’t regret any of her modifications. Chiara, from Rome, got her first piercing when she was just 11 years old. Since then, she has had around 40 more modifications - including over 20 facial piercings, 12 “scarifications”, two “brandings”, six subdermal implants, and tattooed eyeballs.
Will Covid-19 change our relationship with death? Health professionals share what they've learnt.
Whether we stand on mountains or escape for one night, we all have the power to explore the world and discover our potential.
Carlo Mazzone, a top 10 teacher for Global Teacher Prize, presented by Stephen Fry.
Three months after the terrorist attacks in the French capital, Jullien designs a new image of hope out of the tears of the past.
Most of the major religions have rituals and rites revolving around food, making a clear link between physical and spiritual sustenance.
Massimo Banzi's Arduino microcontroller enabled thousands of people to build everything from toys to drones.
In July 2011, after more than 50 years of violent struggle, the Republic of South Sudan became the world's newest country.
Matan is an award-winning, Emmy-nominated filmmaker.
Born and raised in Rome, Italy he trained as a video journalist he cut his teeth professionally at Al-Jazeera English, making films for political, environmental and science strands. Broadcast credits include Channel 4 and the BBC.
Matan’s personal work focuses on the short documentary form. His films have have been winning awards, featuring in festivals worldwide and receiving millions of views online.
Matan has also worked with creative agencies creating content for organisations and international brands such as The North Face, Save the Children, Cancer Research UK, ArtAngel and many more.
His most recent film "I Have a Message for You" was produced with The New York Times and was nominated for an Emmy(2018).
He is also a musician, currently focusing on old-time banjo music and Italian folk songs.