SEA OF WHEAT
LOST IN A TUSCAN TALE
directed by Fabrizio Guarducci
Three young friends and a duck on a journey to find the sea.
Adam is a boy of 8 who walks up hills and down dales in the Tuscan countryside until he suddenly appears in a small town near Siena. There he meets Arianna and Martino, his companions in adventure who will travel with him to the sea, the place where Adam hopes to find his parents. With the help of Rimando, a poet who wanders from village inn to inn, whose heart is childlike and who strews emotions wherever he goes, the three will finally, FINALLY reach the sea.
Fabrizio Guarducci founded the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute in 1971 and in 1980 presided over the Insitute of Cinematographic Sciences of Florence where notable people such as Marcello Mastroianni and Martin Scorsese took part. In the 90's he began directing documentaries without spoken commentary. One of them, Dall’Arbia all’Orcia, received an award at the PhilaFilm Festival in Philadelphia in 1993. After this experience, he produced the film Two Days with the actor Paul Rudd in 2003. As executive producer he made Il Mio Viaggio in Italia (My Trip in Italy) which won a
Golden Eagle. While continuing as the director of the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute, in 2015 Guarducci achieves success with the restoration of the Moai on Easter Island in collaboration with the government of the Republic of Chile. In 2013 he publishes the treatise, La parola ritrovata (The Rediscovered Word) and in 2015, Teoria, Il divino oltre il dogma (Theoria, The Divine Beyond Dogma) in the same vein. His first novel is published in 2016, Il quinto volto (The Fifth Face) about the hidden mystery surrounding the tragic death of the painter Masaccio.
In 2016 he founded the production company Fair Play, which in 2017 produces the film Mare di Grano (Sea of Wheat) which he wrote and directed.