Summer has brought a wave of dramas to the coast of Tuscany, all filmed with the support of the Toscana Film Commission.
Over one million viewers of the third series of the TV drama ‘I delitti del Bar Lume’, are awaiting with trepidation the sequel to the story which was filmed this summer over a period of eight weeks on the Island of Elba, in Marciana Marina, which was transformed into the fictional town of Pineta, on the Tuscan coast, between Pisa and Livorno – the setting of the famous series made by Sky Cinema in co-production with Palomar, directed by Pisan Roan Johnson (for the third consecutive year).
Pisa, with its historical city center and avenues running along the banks of the river Arno, was the protagonist, at the end of July, of the drama produced by Cattleya for Raiuno: ‘Tutto può succedere 2’ directed by Lucio Pellegrini. This is the Italian remake of the famous US series ‘Parenthood’, created by Jason Katims, successfully broadcast by NBC for around five years.
From October, the Tuscan director Francesca Archibugi, will be filming the Raiuno drama ‘Romanzo famigliare’ for around 5 weeks in Livorno, produced by Wildside and starring Giancarlo Giannini, Guido Caprino and Vittoria Puccini. The locations include the Fortezza Vecchia-Old Fortress, the Venice district as well as the canals, piazzas and the most beautiful streets of central Livorno.
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