Collaboration with 'Il Camino''

The Residential Psychotherapy Centre has existed at Faito since 1985, has been collaborating with us since the beginning of the Festival and has been very active for the last 5 years: 
They also participate in artistic initiatives – such as theatre and dance – and are at the origin of a feature film project: 
L’oro del cam(m)ino” produced by Belgium and France and which is currently being edited.
The Portraits that will be screened during the Festival are the result of the generosity of some of our residents and our desire to preserve a trace of their history and our desire to preserve a visual and audio trace of the beauty of their of the beauty of their most intimate and personal journey.
Talking about the Faito Doc Festival through the protagonists of the Camino means going back to the origin of our love for documentaries, to the pleasure of meeting each other, to knowing how to listen to and share the intimate and the adventure of life through Art.
The protagonists of the films will take part in the meeting, some of the therapists responsible for the Community and some of the Festival’s organisers. 


(In italian)

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Oreste – 17′ – psw : Oreste

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Ludovico – 15′ – pswLudovico

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Ivan – 14′ – pswIvan

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Alessandro – 16′ – pswAlessandro

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Francesco – 20′ – password: Francesco

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Ciro – 27′ – pswCiro

The film

L'oro del camino

by Nathalie Rossetti

On the Monte Faito, in the rehabilitation centre Il Camino, drug addicts live in exile in the middle of nature.
On the heights of Naples and its suburbs, facing Vesuvius, these residents struggle to rebuild and transform themselves before returning to their city and facing the challenges that await them.

Documentary in post-production (2023)
Duration : 52  and 80 minutes
Format : HDcam
Languages : italian
Subtitles : english and french

The jury during the festival

A Neapolitan jury, made up of residents of the Il Camino psychotherapeutic centre participates in the viewing of the films in Competition and awards one or two prizes that they themselves create in the Community and give to the best film.
The introspective journey undertaken by the residents during their therapy gives rise to a wealth of thought and criticism that offers us an original point of view on the films presented and often enables us spectators to free ourselves from social determinisms and preconceived ideas.