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Antenna d’Oro
Absolute Prize Best Short Film
The Caltanissetta radio transceiver is an inactive plant for long, medium and short wave broadcasting. Its main element is an omnidirectional antenna of 286 meters high, which holds the primacy for the tallest structure in Italy. The structure, located on the Colle Sant’Anna, is made up of a self-supporting tower with trellis, equipped with tie rods. Long wave transmitters have a power output of 10 kW.
The facility, owned by RAI, was inaugurated in 1951 and used for long wave transmission at 189 kHz. Runed in the last period by Rai Way, it was shut down in August 2004, due to the progressive disappearance of the AM radio audience and the cost of maintaining the installations, which has pushed numerous broadcasters to abandon broadcasts in these bands. The shortwave plant, consisting of antennas separated by the main structure, operated on 6060 kHz frequencies with 3 kW of power, while on the 7175 and 9515 kHz with 5 kW. Previously, the 6060 kHz plant was used with a power of 25 kW. It was also used for transmissions of a news bulletin broadcast in Arabic media (Caltanissetta 1 - 567 kHz). Until 1965 it also held the highest European structure primeval beaten by the 388-meter Belmont Transmitting Station in Great Britain, still the tallest structure in the whole of the European Union. The antenna is visible from more than 30km away from the Nisseno capital. For periodic maintenance there are constantly specialized technicians for high-volume jobs. For some years, the municipal administration has been planning the lighting of the antenna with suggestive light fixtures that will make it a unique work in the Sicilian landscape and Also Italian. This initiative expects RAI’s opinion.

Best Short Film “I’m different from whom?”
Located on the right bank of the ume Imera, Trafalella’s squirrel was between the 1800s and the beginning of the 900, the largest of the mines being built for both the number of workers and the equipment of mining equipment at the time But it is sadly remembered as a theater of tragic episodes. In 1863, an explosion of grisou provoked the death of 82 workers, only a few years later, in 1867, a total of 42 workers died in the tunnels of sulfur dioxide. There in 1911 another
Grave misfortune marked the history of the mine: a burst of grisou caused a fire lasting 10 days in which 40 workers died and 16 were injured. As a result of this disaster, the mine was closed down to 1914. In addition to being insecure, the mining environment was also unhealthy: the occurrence of diseases such as anilostomyasis (also called “malaria of the sulfur”), of various gravity disorders The respiratory system, and various forms of osteoarthritis was common among miners. These dramatic conditions imposed on the state, since 1898, concrete action to ensure the health and safety at work of sulfurants.
Today, in the territory of the Trabonella mine, the “Media Valle del Salso” or “Imera Meridiana” landscaping and the current mine owned by the Demanio Regional Region are held in custody at the Caltanissetta Municipality. With its contradictions, the Trabonella mine is strongly representative of the history and the “Civilization of the Sulfur” and constitutes a paradigm of all dif- ficulties, mistakes but also innovations, experiments and discoveries that characterize the exploitation of the lonnies Sol for Sicilian for more than two centuries.

Best Short Film “Free Theme”
The Caltanissetta basin, which was part of the group of solos of Gessolungo, proved to be thanks to the privileged geographic position, which was extremely advantageous. The Caltanissetta mining group was one of the first to be cultivated on the northern side of the Gessolungo Mine. The holes in the Briscale (Sulfur oxidized and emerging super cie) dating back to the early eighteenth century are still visible.
The Gessolungo mine still holds another sad primacy. In fact, in 1881, the typhoon was deceived by the greatest disaster ever in Catania in Sicily: for a flurry of grisou died 81 workers. It was so profound that the popular emotion that was demanded and obtained the burial of the victims in a cemetery, the “Cemetery of the Carusi”, built for the occasion near the sulfur nissena and still visitable.
The cultural interest in the world of Sicilian sulfurists was marked in the second post-war period: poets, writers, painters, journalists, photographs, directors described the mines and the life of the sulfur. Particularly in the areas of the Nissen basin are the photographic service realized by Trenkler of Leipzig in 1904 and part of the “Cavalleria Rusticana” film shot by Rossellini.

San Michele
Best Comic Short Film
“San Michele” is the patron of our city. The etymological significance of the name Michele is “Who is like God?” And in Sacred Scripture St. Michael Arcangelo is considered “supreme leader of the heavenly army” ie angels in war against evil
(And this is why he is armed portrayed in the art of fighting the devil). The Holy Father was elected patron of the city of Caltanissetta in the first half of the sixteenth century. When, in fact, in 1624 the plague in Sicily broke out, it was feared that the epidemic would come to the city. Two celebrations take place in Caltanissetta in honor of San Michele. One is held on May 8 in memory of the appearance of the Patron Saint. His statue is taken to the procession by the Cathedral, where it is guarded, not to the dedicated sanctuary. The statue remains there for a few days, then returns to the Cathedral. The other party is celebrated on September 29, liturgical day. After the solemn bridges of the bishop celebrated by the Bishop, the statue is brought to procession along the streets of the center. During the procession, a devotee cries out: “And we all shouted!” And all the others respond: “Viva lu principi San Micheli Arcangilu”. The procession ends with the traditional fires of art.

Rosso di San Secondo
Best Cinematic Trailer
Pier Maria Rosso of San Secondo was born in Caltanissetta on November 30, 1887 by Count Francesco and Emilia Genoa. In 1934 he married Ingle Redlich, a young college student of Polish origin. Theatrical composer represented worldwide, Pirandello’s proposal for the Accademia d’Italia Award, which allows him to build a villa in Lido di Camaiore.
His new home becomes a destination for artists and enthusiasts who are greeted with sincere friendship, but his illness is inexorable and on 22 November 1956 he died in his home in Lido di Camaiore. He is temporarily buried in Capezzano Pianore; After a few years his remains will find a home in Caltanissetta.
The Nisseno Rosso di San Secondo is the most European author of the early twentieth century. Immediately he sees the need for a theater free from pre-established schemes, a new language, indisputably poetic, a new way of narrating human condition and loneliness. In his theater and in his narrative the themes of acceptance and rebellion, destiny and tragic, flesh and soul, reality and fantasy, become the carriers of his true poetics. Red seeks out the authenticity of things in the inner and outer ways of things, in silences, in the drama of passion, in sex, in eroticism, in solitude, in madness. He is a real experimentator who moves decisively out of the theatrical writing style at that time. His true, direct, but always poetic style gives his creatures that accent of European fairy tale but clung to the fire of a true South.

Best Animated Short Film
The Monument to the Redeemer is located on the highest peak of Monte San Giuliano, which overlooks the entire Calta- nissetta. It is a pedestal containing a chapel inside it, which starts square and circularly to give adequate support to the statue of the Redeemer. At the beginning of the 20th century Pope Leo XIII commissioned nineteen monuments to Christ the Rector, one in every region of Italy (at the time 19). Among the regions responding to the Pope’s appeal
It was Sicily who chose the summit of Mount San Giuliano, in the heart of the island, as a place for the erection of the monument. The project was given to the architect Ernesto Basile by Giovan Battista Filippo Basile (the architect of the Teatro Massimo di Palermo). The first stone was laid on May 13, 1900. The statue of the Redeemer came from Rome on July 30 but No great celebrations were made because the King of Italy Umberto I had just been assassinated in Monza and had been proclaimed the national mourning. For this reason, the inauguration of the monument was postponed: from August no to September 30, 1900, there were great celebrations in the city and the inauguration took place in the presence of Cardinals, bishops, clergy and people from all over Sicily.

Best Short Film "Comics"

He was born in the ancient district of Saccarella in Caltanissetta. As a child he was familiar with the clays with which he created various sketches. This was what was noticed by the baron and his patron Guglielmo Luigi Lanzirotti and the honorable Pugliese. In 1884 he made his first award-winning work: "Mario on the ruins of Carthage", for the competition of the National Academy of San Luca, where he won the silver medal.
In 1888, now mature and aware of his means, he left the studio of the sculptor Fabio Altini and took a studio in Rome. Later he married Edvige Carli, from whom he had a son: Ferdinando.
Tripisciano remained in Rome for more than twenty years, participating actively in the artistic life of the capital and knowing journalists, poets and artists; while maintaining strong ties with his hometown, also due to the presence of his parents and his sister who came back every summer to visit.
His technical skills and his adherence to classical formal models allowed him to obtain important commissions of public commemorative works in various parts of Italy, in fact all his production is greatly celebratory. After the success of the inauguration of the "Monumento a Gioacchino Belli", inauguration took place on May 4, 1913 and realized in very short times and for this physically proven, the Tripisciano decided to return to Caltanissetta for a necessary rest.
Here, following a sudden pulmonary infection, he died on the morning of September 21, 1913 at only 53 years old, in his birthplace in Via Ciantro Marrocco, 32. [2] He was buried on Tuesday 23 September at 10.00 am in the Lanzirotti Chapel.
He left in his will all the works and sketches in plaster (gipsoteca) of his studio in the city of Caltanissetta. This only after 2010 creates a museum dedicated to him today open to the public. He also donated his entire collection of books to the Scarabelli library. Moreover, according to the chronicles, mindful of the episode of temporary blindness, suffered at a young age, he donated ten thousand lire of the time for the ophthalmology of the Nisseno civil hospital.
In addition, he left a fund of 6,000 lire for the creation of a bust by his friend Enrico Quattrini with his effigy; bust that will be erected in 1922 in the square dedicated to him.


Albo d'Oro/Golden list

Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2017:
Eric Romero
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2013:
Mario Parruccini
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2016:
Edoardo Palma
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2012:
Riccardo Di Gerlando
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2015:
Isabella Salvetti
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2011:
Francesco Filippi
Winner Kalat Nissa Film Festival 2014:
Anna Yanovskaya

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