De Maria shooting “Lo spietato” starring Scamarcio
Shooting has started in Bari for Renato De Maria’s new feature Lo spietato [lit. The unforgiving], set between
the 1970s and the 199s, and starring Riccardo
Scamarcio, Sara Serraiocco, and Marie-Ange Casta.
Produced by Bibi Film with Rai Cinema, the film
is made possible by the logistic support of Apulia Film Commission. Written by
Renato De Maria, Valentina Strada, and Federico Gnisino, and produced by Angelo
Barbagallo, the film is loosely inspired by a true story.
Shooting for Gabriele Muccino’s upcoming The Best Years has just started in Rome and will continue for nine weeks. The film stars Pierfrancesco Favino, Micaela Ramazzotti, Kim Rossi Stuart and Claudio Santamaria as well as Nicoletta Romanoff and Emma Marrone.
Three men and a woman. A quartet of doctors, so good in the operating room (even the Pope entrusts himself to their care), so bad, fragile and unreliable in their private lives. These are the protagonists of Carlo Verdone’s upcoming film You Only Live Once.
Stefano Sollima will shoot Colt, an English-language western based on a Sergio Leone concept.
Shooting started in Hamburg in early April for The Story of My Wife, the sixth feature by Hungarian director Ildiko Enyedi. The film stars Léa Seydoux, Gils Naber, Louis Garrel, Sergio Rubini, and Jasmine Trinca