During his film school days, Martin Rietti watched a movie per day, and he rather spend the hours discussing life with his teachers at the bar across the street.
Those conversations led to his current aesthetic obsessions and visual voracity. A singular director himself, he has a thing for sacred spaces as we have discovered through his films of Yayoi Kusama’s Tokyo studio and his films on the argentinian opera house Teatro Colón. He made Rufus Wainwright fly, and also taken us on a roadtrip with the most relevant industrial designers of our time.
His job has taken him places, but he still fall for all things pretty, the good life and everything else in between.