While waiting for the sets to arrive for the remake of “Ben Hur” and the new 007 movie, scheduled to be filmed in Italy in February, the crew of the NBC TV series “Hannibal”, starring Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen, considered by American critics to be the “best television horror of all time”, is coming to Florence. Starring alongside Mikkelsen is Gillian Anderson, who plays his psychoanalyst who has become his accomplice in a murder and is now hiding out with him under a false name in the birthplace of the Renaissance.
Following up its debut on the 14 of May, L’Amore Corto, an Italian short film about love, has quickly attracted the attention of experts in the movie field and gained important honors and awards.
Let’s explore more about it with an interview to Laura Gasperini, the assistant director, and one of the producers, of this short film.
“The Great Beauty” (in Italian “La Grande Bellezza”) by Paolo Sorrentino won the Oscar for best foreign film.
The coveted statuette has fulfilled a path that has quickly collected other major international awards such as the Golden Globe, a prestigious award of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the English British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).