It starts on Wednesday August 30but with respect Gina Lollobrigida already scheduled for Tuesday evening, August 29edition 80th Venice Film Festival, number 14 as director of Piedmont (for a long time he headed the Turin Museum of Cinema) Alberto Barbera, which was marked by a strike of Hollywood actors, but again became a showcase for important films and projects shot near Mol and in the region. Beginning with “Lubo” by Giorgio Wrightswhich competes for Golden Lion: it was filmed in the Trentino Alps and also in October 2022, about four weeks (plus the same amount of preparation) in Acqui Terme and in various places in the province of Verbano Cusio Ossola, from Stresa to Ameno, from Orta San Giulio to Verbania and Domodossola..
Shot from the movie “Lubo”
Co-written with Fredo Valla, the film tells the story of a Jenisch street artist who is drafted into the Swiss army in 1939 to defend national borders against the risk of a German invasion. Another title in the competition is associated with Piedmont is Ferrari From Michael MannWith Adam Driver as the legendary Enzo, Patrick Dempsey and Penelope Cruz: almost entirely the action takes place in Italy, in Maranello and in Emilia-Romagna, for one day a large film crew filmed on location in Verrois Savoy. “We are proud and delighted to be able to participate in the competition of two such prestigious films made by two great masters,” comments Beatriz Borgia, President of the Piedmont Film Commission of Turin, “It is useless to hide great satisfaction.”
But Turin’s presence on the Lido is much wider: the debut of three young directors Beatriz Surano, Dunya Lavechchia and Morena Terranova is the only Italian to compete at the Critics’ Week. Created by Base Zero, it follows the lives of three friends connected to the Turin world of ballrooms.
Scene from “About Last Year”
A young woman is present at the Giornate degli Autori. Irene Dorigotti with staff “Through” AND Gianluca Matarrese With “The Zola Experience” and in the Orizzonti section, Turin producer Davide Monna presents the short film “Dive”.
Don’t forget about work TurinCinemaLab and documentaries supported by FCTP “Love” Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri, produced by Stefilm, and Another Italy Was Possible, which the current director of the Turin Film Festival, Steve Della Casa, dedicated to neorealist filmmaker Giuseppe De Santis.