“Three months ago this promise seemed impossible to keep”… this is the line Nastassja Kinski delivers in the film as her character is about to climb a peak in the Dolomites…
well, it is not so far from our reality as after months and months of intense work (ok, we did also have fun in the process!) we are finally able to announce “the” date to be put on your diaries! 12th of November 2012: Screening of the film “The Nightshift belongs to the stars” for cast, crew and friends!
Address: Piazza Bartolomeo Romano 8 in Rome, Italy.
It will all happen at the Palladium, the historical building in the maze of streets, stairs, palms and unique homes of Roman neighborhood Garbatella. A very dear place to our scriptwriter Erri De Luca which will certainly make us feel among friends, “tra amici” as they say in Italy!
They will all be there: writer Erri de Luca, director Edoardo Ponti, producers Silvia Bizio & Paola Porrini Bisson, actor Enrico Lo Verso and the crew, all thrilled to get to know you and finally share this film with you, the audience…after all, this is what making movies is about!
…and…a special thank you to our angels Silvia D, for coordinating, and Simona, for helping us with this special place: Palladium!
After a long day in Los Angeles with Silvia, I “challenged” the one hour drive back home, with a smile, even though a tired one, ready to enjoy the chatter of NPR’s evening.
We spent the previous two hours to a meeting organized from the “Independent Film”, where the two very cool Sundance Film Festival Senior Programmer John Nein and Shorts Programmer Mike Plante answered patiently to a series of questions…programming philosophy, what type of movies they look for, dispel some myths, and suggest some do’s and don’ts when submitting your project., and more and more.
After listening to all this, to take the 405 HWY and having the fortune to listen again other incredible human beings speaking about a list of 888 books that they assembled, it’s a gift that I would like to share with you.
Click on the link below… Happy listening, and for me … goodnight!
The Dolomites joined on 26 June 2009 an exraordinary site: UNESCO Heritage! Now, not only they are probably the most beautiful mountains in the world with a very unique geological history, but after our experience with “Il turno di notte lo fanno le stelle”, they also have a very special place in our hearts…
only 15 hours left..!!!
La pioggia di questi giorni cancella le nostre tracce dalla montagna. Anche il ricordo si annebbia: ci siamo davvero stati su per i monti a fare il nostro cortometraggio?