A docu-film on music in Rome in collaboration with three schools (Liceo "Anco Marzio" - Ostia; Istituto "Blaise Pascal" - Pomezia; Liceo "Terenzio Mamiani" - Roma) thanks to an initiative by the Ministero dell'Istruzione (MI) and the Ministero della Cultura (MIC).
Teenagers from various suburbs of Rome (Ostia, Pomezia, Tor Bella Monaca, Fregene, Testaccio, Nomentano, Pigneto, Aurelio) take part into a musical contest "CAPUT MUSICAE" organised by a prestigious Classical Lyceum in the centre of the Caput Mundi: music is what connects two different - but not so different - worlds, inspired by Catullo's classical theme "Odi et Amo" (also the theme chosen both by Marco and Federica for their songs, maybe not by chance.. ).
Making a new statement: "Omnia Vincit Musica".
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Directed by: Tiki
DOP: Sandra Bidoli
Script Supervisor: Piero Balzoni
Running Time: 38min
Selected among 60+ submissions to be part of the 15 screenwriters coming from all over the world to develop an original screenplay set in the involved regions for the CIAK Initiative : an itinerant script workshop that took place in 2019 with Artistic Director Alexandros Avranas and tutor Stavros Pamballis. CIAK Project partners include Apulia Film Commission, the Epirus Region, the Ionian Islands Region, the Region of Western Greece and the Audiovisual Arts Department of the Ionian University.
The script developed in its second draft is:
PERFETTI BROTHERS | FRATELLI PERFETTI
Logline: Poles apart sister and brother on a trip to hell with strangers
Screenplay by: Alessandra Carrillo
Genre: Road Movie | Comedy
Contries: Italy (Apulia) | Greece | Albania
LOOKING FOR: major production in Italy and abroad to support the development and the international funds submissions available
Three short films produced and directed by Alessandra Carrillo.
Connessi Viaggiando (2016) a short doc on internet, social media and the discovery of travelling, being finally connected.
Non tutti i mali... (2017) a black comedy on hilarious traditions about the evil eye. It was SPECIAL MENTION at the Terra di Siena Film Festival
Le Piccole Cose (2018) a very short movie about violence against women. It won the Love Film Festival and was selected at various festivals -->