Matteo Vieille is most well known for camera, and has 3 known credits, of which 2 are movies, and 1 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Matteo Vieille’s movies you should definitely watch Photograph - Woman (0) Matteo has worked on!
The best rated movie Matteo Vieille has been a part of is the documentary movie Photograph - Woman, where they had the role of camera.
Matteo Vieille worked on this documentary movie as camera.
If you enjoy Matteo Vieille’s shows you should definitely watch Mental (2020) has been a part of!!
The drama TV show Mental has a rating 7.9 on IMDb. Matteo Vieille was camera in this show!
Matteo Vieille is most known for camera. Matteo has worked on 2 movies and 1 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Photograph - Woman, which has a score of 0.0.
The best rated tv show they have worked on is Mental, which has a score of 0.0.
Documentary . 1h 29m
Executive producer. Since 2012, a group of women has staged regular demonstrations in front of government buildings in Tunis. These are the "Photograph-Women". They are called this because they hold portraits of men in gilt frames in their arms: their sons, brothers, husbands - all of whom have disappeared trying to reach Lampedusa clandestinely at the time of the Arab Spring. Shortly before they arrived on the island, some of them made calls to their nearest and dearest. Since then, no news. But nor have any bodies been found to demonstrate that they are dead. The calls received are interpreted as proof of life by the "Photograph Women".
2020 . Drama . 25 m
Executive producer. Nico is a 16 year old girl who has in her head a chaos in which she can no longer orient herself, made of anxiety attacks, visions and voices that speak to her. After a hallucinatory episode, she is taken in charge by a psychiatric clinic with the diagnosis of schizophrenia and there she meets Michele, Emma and Daniel. The four boys form a group and face together a difficult, but fundamental, path towards self-knowledge and self-acceptance.
2021 . Documentary . 1h 3m
Executive producer. A steel mill about to close divides a city in southern Italy. The conflict between environmentalism and labor is posed in apparently unsolvable terms. The director embarks on a contemporary drama with expositive clarity, power and good faith—history is also written in the present tense.