Denoise (VR)


Denoise is a journey of words, sounds and geometries in which to get lost.
The virtual-reality experience allows viewers to immerse themselves in words to which it would be hard for them ever to have access in their own lives.

An oil field in Texas, the engine room of an ocean-going freighter, an immense anechoic chamber in Switzerland. These places are at the root of our daily existence because the objects which we love to fill our lives with begin and end their journey in just these isolated and unfamiliar worlds, through a process of creation, transport, validation and destruction. The protagonists of the film lead solitary and silent existences, remote from our own lifestyle, but their confessions make us feel part of a single design.
Denoise is one of the satellite projects of the feature-length Beautiful Things and is part of the multidisciplinary project Film di Confine, a way of investigating, though different means of expression, unfamiliar but fundamental people and places.


Directed by
Giorgio Ferrero & Federico Biasin, Italy, 2017, 13 min.
74th Venice Film Festival; Biennal 3 of the Moving Image – Frankfurt am Main, Ventana Sur Buenos Aires, Sydney IFF, Taipei IFF, Melbourne IFF, Lighthouse IFF New Jersey, DOK Neuland, RIDM, Hot Docs IDFF, Astra Film Fest

Georgio Ferrero is a composer, director and photographer from Turin. He has composed and produced soundtracks of dozens of films, theatrical performances and installations. At the 74th Venice Film Festival he presented his first feature film ‘Beautiful Things’, for which he signed direction and music. In Venice he also presented his first short film in virtual reality Denoise made during the shooting of the feature film. He is the CEO of the multidisciplinary studio MyBossWas in Turin.

Federico Biasin, a DOP, producer and film maker, he created visual and sound art installations for Bordeaux Biennal, MAXXI Museum, Lisbon Experiementa Design Biennal…He realized graphic displays, photographic campaigns and commercials for brands like Condé Nast, Mondadori, Nike and Alfa Romeo.