CAMPANIA/The Faces of Naples

Trobinù2he tender and cruel face of Naples returns to Venice with ‘Indivisibili’ by Edoardo De Angelis, selected for the Giornate degli Autori (the protagonists are singing Siamese twins whose shows provide an income for the whole family), and ‘Robinù’, the documentary devised and directed by Michele Santoro dedicated to the baby-bosses who have managed to impose a new law of Camorra for the control of the drugs market.
‘Robinu’ will be presented on Wednesday 7 September, in the new non-competitive section Cinema nel Giardino- Cinema in the Garden.
This fall is promising to be very lively for the Campania region in terms of sets supported by the Film Commission Regione Campania: filming is planned to start at the end of October in Naples on Rupert Everett’s movie ‘The Happy Prince’ about the last years of Oscar Wilde’s life (an international co-production with Palomar as the Italian partner), and filming is already underway in Naples on ‘La Parrucchiera’ by Stefano Incerti (production: Mad Entertainment).

 

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