(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 15 - After Travel Notes, the collection in two chapters with the most beautiful songs by Francesco Guccini reinterpreted by the voices of Italian music and produced by Mauro Pagani, comes "Travel Notes. The film", a docu directed by Andrea Longhin and Claudio Spanu (available in exclusive preview from March 17th on Nexo +), which tells the behind the scenes of the recording project.
First in-house documentary produced by BMG Italia, Travel Notes the film collects speeches and tributes by Elisa, Ligabue, Carmen Consoli, Giuliano Sangiorgi, Nina Zilli, Brunori Sas, Malika Ayane, Francesco Gabbani, Samuele Bersani and Luca Carboni Margherita Vicario, Manuel Agnelli, Zucchero, Fiorella Mannoia, Emma and Roberto Vecchioni, Vinicio Capossela, Gianna Nannini, Jack Savoretti, Levante, Mahmood, Petra Magoni, Ermal Meta, Fabio Ilacqua, Mauro Pagani.
"Francesco's songs have always accompanied my journey as a man and as a musician - says Pagani - In every house, in every party, discussion or procession, he was somehow there. Having the opportunity to go up that very long river of images and words, being able to count on the help and skill of so many friends, it was truly a great privilege ".
There is no shortage of more intimate scenes, interviews with his wife Raffaella, his daughter Teresa, esteem with Dino Stewart, Managing Director of Bmg Italia, and gossip at the Da Vito restaurant with historical friends.
Beauty, life, current events̀.
"A journey through good music but also into the stories, faces, poems and art of those who have been able to connect different ages and generations with a red thread - explain the directors Andrea Longhin and Claudio Spanu -. Two exciting years that they allowed us to get to know people before artists and trace our personal red thread with them ".
In the soundtrack also the music of Ditonellapiaga, to accompany the scenes that tell the making of Tvboy's works, which later became the album covers.
A project, the authors underline, "which does not want to be celebratory, but looks to the future through the songs of the master".