The Souvenir promised to take me back to those heady and inspiring years when I believed it was my chosen artistic path to write and direct films.
Author Vasiliki Katsarou
Vasiliki Katsarou is a poet and literary editor, whose 35mm short film Fruitlands 1843, about a Transcendentalist utopian community in Massachusetts, was screened at the IFP, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Harvard Film Archive, and the Drama Film Festival, Greece. Her poetry has appeared widely and internationally, including in NOON: Journal of the Short Poem (Japan), Corbel Stone Press’ Contemporary Poetry Series (U.K.), and Tiferet: A Journal of Spiritual Literature. She is a teaching artist at New Jersey's Hunterdon Art Museum and is affiliated with the multimedia art center ArtYard. She holds an MFA in filmmaking from Boston University and a B.A. in comparative literature from Harvard University.
In its unpredictable rhythms, unique tone, and masterful combination of documentary and fine art filmmaking aesthetics, Le Meraviglie is mesmerizing work by a world-class filmmaker.