IT’S ABOUT TO RAIN is a film about a very particular situation – an Algerian father and two Algerian-Italian sons, struggling to come to terms with an Italy that appears to reject them – that’s extraordinarily universal. Starring the charismatic newcomer Lorenzo Baglioni as Said Mahran, this is a subtle, emotional and gripping story, one that relates to everyone that’s ever found themselves between different countries, belonging somewhere that doesn’t make them wholly welcome…
Amir Ati, Giulia Rupi, Lorenzo Baglioni, Michael Alexanian, Mohamed Hanifi
Award for best cinematography at the Social World Film Festival, Sorrento, Italy, 2012.
The story is set at the time of the beginning of World War II and the tragic events of this period will end by sweeping away everyone and everything.
Director: Egidio Veronesi
Writer: Egidio Veronesi
Star: Francesca Botti, Giorgio Paltrinieri, Augusto Gatti
Award for best cinematography at Yellow Fever Independent F.F in Belfast 2010
Taking a dark trip into a world of red-hued nightmares, Seeing Heaven tells the story of Paul, a beautiful young escort with a disturbing gift. Distributed by Breaking glass Pictured. Premiered at Qfest in Philidelphia in July 2010, best cinematography award at Yellow Fever Independent film festival in Belfast 2010. World wide home theater released. Info at imdb
Alexander Bracq, Denton Lethe and Maximo Salvo
Award for best cinematography at MIFF, Milan International Film Festival, Italy 2011. In competition for best cinematography at David Donatello 2013.
The story is set in a rural countryside in the Italian Emila province soaked with Catholicism and Socialism when the grape harvest days began. The film Won best cinematography at MIFF, Milan International Film Festival, Italy 2011. In competition at Nashville Film Festival 2011, Hamburg Film Festival in Hamburg, Syracuse Film Festival, in New York, 2010. Premiered at Raindance Film Festival, London, 2010
Lavinia Longhi, Marco D’Agostin and Gian Marco Tavani