Controra – House of Shadows soon on HBO

Controra – House of Shadows has been sold to HBO Eastern Europe. Stay tuned for more news

Fendi opening of flagship store in Rome with Harper’s Bazaar Japan.


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.


Interlinea, after having worked in the past with brand guru John Diefenbach, has created the format for a unique voyage in the modern branding history, see the attached links and learn about this fantastic story:



“Haikus on a Plum Tree” selected at IDS – MIA Pitching forum in Rome

“Haikus on a Plum Tree” has been selected at the Pitching forum of IDS- MIA in Rome


Photo Shoot In Rome by Thomas Schenk with the Acress Rie Miyazawa for the magazine Harper’s Bazaar Japan, executive production Interlinea film

House of Shadows screening in Korea

House of Shadows screening at the 19th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival

07/19 – Lotte Cinema Bucheon 1

07/23 – Bucheon City Hall

Event details and booking:


“House of Shadows – Controra” screening in Moscow

Special screening of “House of Shadows” (“Controra”)  in Moscow on April 11th


15.000 views of the clip “Once I was Malerba”

A clip from Toni Trupia s documentary “Once I was Malerba” has now about 15.000 views on

The complete version is almost ready. The dramatic and powerful story of Giuseppe Grassonelli.


Controra – House of Shadows at the International House Philadelphia

Controra  – House of Shadows will be screening at the International House Philadelphia, December 5th

Presented by Michael Edwards

A genre rarely approached by women becomes an interesting directorial debut and an impressive example of European storytelling. Megan’s story, an artist based in Dublin, Ireland, married to an Italian architect, takes place between Ireland, South Tyrol and Puglia, where the couple ends up traveling to deal with an inherited building. Megan is fascinated by the local places, but warns a disturbing presence, disclosing the clues to an unsolved family mystery. The film maintains the tension high thanks to an hyper-realistic and clear photography, showing the contrast between the blinding light of southern Italy and the shadows of the house and of the city’s narrow streets. The film was selected by the Bif&St in Bari and at the Ortigia Film Festival, and was awarded the Ortigia Prize for Best Independent Film.