JULIA SET LAB WORKS ON DOCUMENTARIES, FILM ESSAYS, VR EXPERIENCES AND VIDEO INSTALLATIONS.
The Julia Set Lab foundation started in 2012 and is run by filmmaker and producer Sandro Bocci together with collective of freelance artists | professionals Julia Set Collection based in Italy.
Our laboratory works also with Special Effects and Experimental Footage for collaborative projects. We have recently collaborated with the production of the film Voyage of Time and Song to Song by Terrence Malick and Nat Geo | Nutopia TV-Series One Strange Rock by Darren Aronofsky, providing some special effects and additional footages. In addition, we work with other kind of projects, as well as virtual reality experiences, games, commercial and interdisciplinary projects inspired by science.
In 2013 our first documentary Meta (3.1 / km²) won the award for Best Documentary at SIFF (Salento International Film Festival) and in 2015 won for Best Photography at Premio Libero Bizzarri concorso Italia Doc.
In 2016 our work in progress film project Àperiron was finalist at MID (Milano Industry Days - Milano Film Network) and in the same year the script of the film was finalist at Premio Solinas Documentario per il Cinema.
- A KNOT IN IDEA SPACE -
Julia Set Lab involves a collective of artists who have been collaborating in many of the projects over the years.
Sandro Bocci: Founder, Film Maker, SFX Supervisor
Giorgio Leonelli: Sound Designer
Claudio Pedica: Design, technology and digital expression
Maurizio Morganti: Music Supervisor
Sara Tassotti: Script Writer
Erica Amatucci: Laboratory Supervisor
Ipazia and Nina: Laboratory Assistants
One of the forefathers of modern dynamical systems theory, Gaston Julia is best known as the creator of the Julia Sets. Julia was quite famous, especially among mathematicians, in the 1920s for his "Mémoire sur l'itération des fonctions rationnelles", published in the Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées (1918).