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Art Director (feature film)
An adaptation of a Eduardo DeFilippo's '60s play which transposes the narrative from Naples to a Midwestern city in 1950s America, chronicling the final days of a neighborhood godfather.
A man returns to Naples to see his estranged mother but she dies before he gets there, making it impossible for them to discuss the misunderstanding which forced them apart years before.
Production Designer (feature film)
A tale of lost love, chance encounters and the transformative power of art. On a winding mountain road, Vittorio gallantly helps Kate, whose car has broken down, and speeds off never having spoken a word. Later in town, Vittorio learns that Kate has returned to join her family's traveling circus a
A university professor becomes the subject of an unpleasant investigation. Deciding to leave everything behind him, he relocates to the country and moves into an old farmhouse where the locals become his friends.
Antoinette is the Duchess of Langeais, a married coquette who frequents the most extravagant balls in 1820's Paris during The Restoration, where hypocrisy and vanity reign. Upon the handsome general Armand de Montriveau's first meeting with her, he realized it was true love. Flattered by his atte
The life of narrator and poet, Sibilla Aleramo, is revisited via a narrative and temporal arc moving from her adolescence to maturity, concentrating on the two years between 1916 and 1918, a period in which she was linked to Dino Campana. Sibilla is a cultivated, charming and independent woman, with
After the death of the French King, a young man is forced to search for a sacred relic.
A gothic horror film set in 18th century Italy about a man who inflicts his own exile finds refuge in an isolated villa with an excommunicated priest.
An autobiographical recollection of filmmaker Antonio Avati's stately hometown in 1948 which focuses on 15-year-old Dado, his school chums, extended family and bungled attempts to strike up a romance with a series of uninterested candidates.
Set in Tuscany, A.D. 926, a collection of vignettes form a patchwork portrait of 10th century faith and manners.
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