Vision Distribution mise sur Atlas et Lei mi parla ancora
par Camillo De Marco
- La société de ventes internationales italienne propose à l’EFM des titres inédits ou lancés tout récemment en Italie qui vont du drame à la comédie
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Vision Distribution will be attending Berlin’s European Film Market (1-5 March) with a revamped line-up, composed of either unseen titles or those released in Italy in recent weeks, ranging from dramas to comedies.
Niccolò Castelli’s Atlas [+lire aussi :
interview : Niccolò Castelli
fiche film], for example, is an Imagofilm Lugano, Climax Films and tempesta co-production between Switzerland, Belgium and Italy, which sees protagonist Matilda De Angelis stepping into the shoes of Allegra, a young woman with a passion for scaling mountains who decides to travel to Morocco to reach the peak of its Atlas range, but instead falls victim to a terrorist attack which kills her three friends. Months later, unable to move past the trauma, she returns to her hometown where she meets Arad, a young refugee from the Middle East who forces her to re-examine her perception of reality and to confront her fears. Revealed to the world in 2016’s Italian Race [+lire aussi :
interview : Matilda De Angelis
interview : Matteo Rovere
fiche film], Matilda De Angelis is currently appearing alongside Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant in the HBO miniseries directed by Susanne Bier The Undoing, which debuted in the US in October 2020.
Another title set to be wagered on by Vision Distribution at the EFM comes courtesy of the veteran of Italian cinema Pupi Avati: We Still Talk, which is based upon Giuseppe Sgarbi’s novel of the same name, is produced by Bartlebyfilm and Vision Distribution in league with Duea Film and was broadcast on Sky Cinema Italy as a Sky Original movie at the beginning of February. Renato Pozzetto and Stefania Sandrelli play Nino and Caterina who have been married for sixty-five years and have been deeply in love since the moment their eyes first met. Upon Caterina’s death, in the hope of helping her father move past the loss of the woman he’s loved all his life, their daughter puts him in touch with Amicangelo, an editor who aspires to be a novelist, with a view to the latter using her father’s memories to write a book about her parents’ love. Amicangelo accepts, but only out of financial necessity, and he immediately clashes with the father who seems his polar opposite. But with every passing day the two men grow closer, until their relationship turns into a veritable friendship.
The King's Musketeers 2, on the other hand, directed by Giovanni Veronesi, is a period dramedy sequel to The King’s Musketeers [+lire aussi :
fiche film] which sees the King’s exuberant and somewhat rusty Musketeers returning for one last secret mission at the request of the Queen of Austria. They embark on an astonishing adventure which weaves together the fates of the little Princess Ginevra and the orphan child Buffon. Starring great names from the world of Italian cinema - Piefrancesco Favino, Valerio Mastandrea, Rocco Papaleo and Margherita Buy – the film is produced by Vision Distribution and Indiana in association with the Tuscany Film Commission and Toscana Promozione, and was broadcast as a Sky Original movie on Sky Cinema Italy on 25 December.
Additional titles gracing the Vision Distribution line-up include A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto [+lire aussi :
fiche film], directed by Giulio Base and produced by Altre Storie, Clipper Media and RAI Cinema, which sees the discovery of a mysterious yellowed photograph of a little girl lead Christian and Jewish students to seek out the truth; The Time of Indifference [+lire aussi :
fiche film], a new and modernised film adaptation of Alberto Moravia’s literary masterpiece of the same name, which is directed by Leonardo Guerra Seràgnoli, which stars Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Edoardo Pesce and Giovanna Mezzogiorno, and which is produced by Indiana and Vision Distribution, the latter having distributed the film online in November last year, and, last but not least, the comedy Benvenuti in casa Esposito by Gianluca Ansanelli, which is produced by Bartlebyfilm, Buonaluna and Vision Distribution.
On the side of post-production titles, meanwhile, we find Pif’s latest offering E noi come stronzi rimanemmo a guardare, which examines the modern-day digital economy and imagines its future; Power of Rome by Gianni Troilo, starring Edoardo Leo, which looks back on the history of the Eternal City; Genitori vs Influencer [+lire aussi :
fiche film], a comedy by Michela Andreozzi starring Fabio Volo, Ginevra Francesconi and Giulia De Lellis; the horror-comedy Il mostro della cripta by Daniele Misischia; the Italian-Austrian co-production Tutti per Uma by Susy Laude; Morrison Cafe by the director-musician Federico Zampaglione, and Roan Johnson’s dark comedy set in the middle of lockdown State a casa.
(Traduit de l'italien)
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