The snowcapped mountains of the Trentino Dolomites will come to the French Riviera with the special out of competition screening of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” by Ron Howard, the second spin-off from the “Star Wars” saga bearing the Disney brand. We will also find a piece of Trentino at the Quinzane des Realisateurs, with Stefano Savona’s movie “Samouni Road”, featuring the animations of Simone Massi, produced by Picofilms, Dugong Films with Rai Cinema, Alter Ego Production, in co-production with ARTE France Cinéma and ARTE France Unité Société et Culture.
The film involved the collaboration of some animators from Trentino and was supported by the Trentino Film Commission.
Filming will start on 21st May on “Contrattempo”, the thriller by Stefano Mordini starring Riccardo Scamarcio and produced by Picomedia.
Many of the films “made in Trentino” with the support of the film commission have recently passed through the showcase of the 66th Trento Film Festival.
These include the documentary “Moser, scacco al tempo” by Nello Correale, produced by FilmWork and Tipota Movie in collaboration with Michelangelo film, with the support of the Trentino Film Commission.
Cycling also features in the multi award-winner “Wonderful Losers: a Different World”, a poetic documentary by the Lithuanian director Arūnas Matelis, produced by Studio Nominum in co-production with Stefilm, DOK Mobile, Associate Directors, VFS Films, Dearcan Media, Planet Korda Pictures and SUICAFilms.
The associate producers for Italy are GiUMa Produzioni and Decima Rosa Video.
The film is supported by the Trentino Film Commission, the Piemonte Doc Film Fund – Fondo Regionale per il documentario [Regional Fund for documentaries], the Friuli Venezia Giulia Film Commission, the Apulia Film Commission and the Vicenza Film Commission.
Plus there is the Sky Arte documentary “68 – La Serie” directed by Aurelio Laino, produced by Sonne Film in collaboration with the Trentino-based company, Decima Rosa, and with the support of the Trentino Film Commission.
The film that closes the festival, “Resina” by Renzo Carbonera, is the first T-Green Film certified title which applies the set of regulations drawn up by the Trentino Film Commission (unique in Europe), that certifies and rewards environmentally sustainable productions. It is a One Art production in collaboration with RaiCinema with the support of the Trentino Film Commission.