Two screenplays dedicated to the Greek Myth
To the history of Greece and its Myth, Daniele Garella dedicates Odèion & Verso Eleusi, two screenplays with a strong evocative impact that can also be defined as “dreamlike”, as symbols and archetypes are constantly on the scene, and accompany the experience of the narrated characters. The refined writing of Daniele Garella, the musicality that pervades his style and the luminous contents of the two Works, make the images that, in an exciting continuum, emerge on every page of Odèion & Verso Eleusi even more suggestive, so much so as to suggest that the ‘Author found inspiration by quenching his thirst at the intimate source of Poetry.
Odèion won the Prize in 2007 Tiziano Terzani – A Temple for Peace.
It had a first edition by the Tuscany Region
Daniele Garella, composer, pianist and writer, has taught History of the Musical Theater for twenty years at the Conservatory of Livorno. He devoted himself in particular to Greek theater and Greek mythology. Author of several publications of non-fiction, fiction and poetry, and of various statements in national literary awards. Daniele Garella has also published numerous musical scores of his own compositions, being also a musician appreciated all over the world. Currently his compositions are collected in over sixty compact discs, recorded by prestigious record companies such as, for example, Sony-BMG, Universal International, Oreade Music.