Tuscany, Italy — A documentary by filmmaker Gianni Tuscani that is airing on Vimeo has become a sensation on social media.
Tuscano-born Toscani has lived in Tuscans countryside for more than a decade, but the documentary focuses on the village of Shilo, a community of about 1,000 people living in the Tuscanes Tuscan forest.
“Shilo is not just an idyllic place to grow potatoes.
It is an idyl,” Tuscanni said.
The village, which was founded in 1878, has a population of about 10,000 and is known for its traditional traditional food, handmade crafts and a beautiful traditional cemetery.
Shilo’s name translates as “carpenter’s village,” and it was the first of its kind in Italy, according to Tuscanna.
The village has been a major tourist attraction for the past four years, with the first group of tourists arriving in the mid-1960s.
Shilsa Pismo, the village’s president, said the tourism industry is important in Shilo and its surrounding areas.
But the village is not a typical tourist destination.
According to Toscanni, most tourists stay for just a day, and then leave when they have reached their destination.
“The tourist industry is the key,” he said.
The village is located at the intersection of the Via della Misericordia and the Via Grosso in Osrsa, the Toscanes Tuscano region, and is home to many different traditional communities and artisans, according the film.
Shilo has a large cemetery, and Toscanni is documenting its history with photographs, stories and an animated video that he has created using digital technology.
Toscannanni said that he wanted to show the villagers how the traditional craftsmanship of the village has survived.
“We wanted to present them as people who live a simple life in their villages,” he told Vimeo.
Shilo was originally established as a small farm with two or three plots of land.
“In the middle of the nineteenth century, a man came to the village to make a little fortune and buy land,” Toscanna said.
That man was Father Georgio Rinaldi, who later became one of Italy’s greatest artists.
Father Georgio’s artistic works, which include paintings of children, are known as “the family portraits,” and he was born in 1882.
Toscania said that his work shows the “simple life of the peasantry.”
After Rinalda left Osrs, the farmers were left with their land.
The villagers decided to turn it into a village, and today, the area is home the village and several small traditional villages.
Tascani said that the village provides some basics to the residents of Osrs and other Tuscan communities, including food, clothing, a small store and a small cemetery.
The documentary is called “Shilo” because of its traditional name of Shilos.
“It’s the village name because it’s a little village that is still very much alive,” Tascanni said of Shillos village.
The director of the documentary, Gianni Tusconi, said that Toscany’s film was an “intimate portrait of Osr’s life.”
“It is an expression of Osras uniqueness,” Tusconi told Vittorio Banno of Italian television channel ANSA.
“For us, Osrs is a place where we could be our true selves.”
Shilo village is one of the few towns in Osr, the Tuscan region, which is located in the Osrss valley in northern Italy.
Toccanna said that Osrs has been called the ‘little town with a great future’ for its small town life and its traditions.
While many people from Osrs do not speak English, the filmmakers are trying to capture their unique history and traditions, Toscano said.
“I think this film will change a lot of people’s lives,” Toccanno said.
The director of Toscane, Paolo Di Nola, said he is proud to have created this documentary.
“This film is a reflection of Osries unique story and culture,” Di Nolas statement read.
“And as a result of the film, we are able to connect with the people and learn from them.
And also to be part of their history.”
The director also told the local news channel that Tocani is an artist.