TAC International Film and Video Festival The Lost Ship of Venice


Venetian terrace         Man sitting in ship’s hold (re-enactment)



The Galea (galley) ship was the emblematic symbol of the Venetian Republic at the time of it's control of the luxury trade from the Far East. In 2001, a Galean wreck was discovered by Marco d'Agostino in the Venetian lagoon, at a depth of 8 meters. These historical excavations are depicted in this wide-reaching film, through which we are able to relive part of the magic of the three golden centuries of Venetian "Serenissima."




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Length: 52 min.
Country: USA
Language: France/Italy
Producer: La Compagnie des Taxi-Brousse / Maurice Ribiere
Producers Web site: http://www.cie-taxibrousse.com
Distributor: DOCLAB / Marco Visalberghi
Distributor Web site: http://www.doclab.com
Copyright: 2006, LA COMPAGNIE DES TAXI-BROUSSE - DocLab Productions


Festival Screenings and Awards:

Pariscience, Paris, 2006
International Prize for Documentary and Reportage, Marseille, 2006
ICRONOS International Festival for Archaeological Film, Bordeau, 2006
Montpellier International Festival of Mediterranean Film 2006
Les Ecrans de l'Aventure, Dijon, 2006