From deep in the south of Italy, a father and son’s coming of age stories, told in parallel.
Josh and his father Franco take you through the very different stages of their lives.
This is the first episode in a new series called This Is What a Generation Sounds Like—a collaboration between The Europeans Podcast and Are We Europe. It brings you personal stories from young Europeans across the continent, tackling a broad range of issues affecting them.
This series is produced in cooperation with Allianz Kulturstiftung, an independent not-for-profit cultural foundation committed to strengthening cohesion in Europe using the tools of art and culture. Find out more at kulturstiftung.allianz.de.
The episodes are all sound-rich audio productions, coupled with a visual interpretation of the story, merged into a new concept: a Visual Podcast. It is a new experiment we are trying out. Starting off with an audio-first story, we combine it with visuals that serve as a guide, accompanying the story through another lens.
Katz Laslzo worked with Josh to tell this story, and Josh’s voice will take you through his and his dad’s story. The illustrations & motion design are by Eddie Stok.
Producers – Katz Laszlo and Giosuè (Josh) Prezioso
Editorial Support – Dominic Kraemer, Katy Lee, Andrei Popoviciu & Priyanka Shankar
Visual & Motion Design – Eddie Stok
Project Coordination – Mick ter Reehorst
Translation – Giosuè Prezioso
Subtitles – Marco Mingolla
Music: Tarantella del Gargano by Marco Beasley & represented by Out Here Music; Italian Opera by UV Protection; Andante (Italian Concerto) written by Bach and performed by Catrina Finch; Amore Mio by Mina with Warner Music Italy; Tomb by Veshza; La Luna E Fisarmonica by Ziv Moran; Disco Ball by Evgeny Barduzha, and Jim Barne.
Additional music from Blue Dot Sessions: Kilkerrin by Scalcairn; Sylvestor by One Such Village; Angel Academy by Marc Oakley; Toby or not Toby by Mark Oakley.
SFX from Freesounds.org: Wescwave; GeorgeHopkins; suonidigallipoli; samararaine; cmusounddesign; suonidibologna; wolkenunddreck; ancorapazzo; soundforest.
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