The documentary “Once I was Malerba”, the real story of Giuseppe Grassonelli, ex boss of “Stidda”, directed by Toni Trupia and written with the journalist Carmelo Sardo, will be screened at Chamber of Deputies in Rome on 21th february. “Once I Was Malerba” has been selected for Nastri D’Argento Awards 2017.
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Oscar awarded A.R. Rahman has shot his first film, a virtual reality project, here in Italy. We were very glad to work with him as an executive production.
We are glad to announce that “Once I was Malerba” by Toni Trupia and “Haiku on a plum tree” by Mujah Maraini Melehi are in the official selection of Nastri D’argento
Luke Winslow-King received 5 nominations for the Best of the Beat Awards! The 2016 Best of the Beat Music Awards Nominees Check out the video of the album’s title track “I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always” directed by Rossella De Venuto.
Haiku on a Plum Tree has been presented at Rome International Film Festival in the section “Riflessi”. Links: http://www.haikusonaplumtree.com/
“ERO MALERBA” AWARDED AT THE INTERNATIONAL DOC FESTIVAL “VISIONI DAL MONDO”. “Ero Malerba” received a great success at the International Documentary Festival in Milan “Visioni dal Mondo” The documentary has been awarded with the technical jury and young jury awards. Trailer:
Director Rossella De Venuto shot the videoclip of the new single by the American singer and composer Luke Winslow King. For more info stay tuned.
“ERO MALERBA” HAS BEEN SELECTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL “VISIONI DAL MONDO”. THE DOC WILL BE PREMIERED ON OCTOBER 8th IN MILAN. http://www.visionidalmondo.it/calendario-proiezioni/
Controra – House of Shadows has been sold to HBO Eastern Europe. Stay tuned for more news
March 23rd, 2016 Interlinea handled the Harper’s Bazaar shoot in Rome in occasion of the opening of the new flagship store of FENDI in Rome. Photographer Thomas Sherk.