Directed by Leonardo D, the play will star Italian A-lister Alba Rohrwacher (“Happy as Lazarus”), Tony Cervillo (“The Great Beauty”) and Silvio Orlando (“The Young Pope”). Costanzo, best known for his socio-realistic drama “The Intruder”.
De Costanzo went to Venice with the filmmaking feature, starting with the documentary, first with “Interval” and then with “The Intruder” which spread to Cannes in 2013. His latest project is titled “Dal’Interno” (Inside).
Producer Carlo Cresto-Dina (pictured) describes what the “Tempesta Film Company is making with De Costanzo,” from “Inside” as an “important step in the journey”, from documentary and fiction films featuring non-pro actors that Star Stud is doing. Now the first picture of the director with the cast.
“Like all Leonardo’s films, it takes place in a limited space,” said Cresto-Dina. Different. And as was the case with de Costanzo’s previous works, “it has the momentum of a Greek tragedy,” he added. Although the plot details are being kept in the wrapper, Cresto-Dina further noted that “From Inside” would not be a sociological film in prison, but rather a drama of two destinies intersecting with the prison’s internal conflict. “
Cresto-Dina said the actress also includes Fabrizio Ferrac ,n, the recent winner of the David de Donatello Awards in Italy to support the actress, who will be trained and trained by casting agent and acting coach Alessandra Catlo. , Who worked on “The Intruder”.
The film’s cinematographer is Paolo Sorrentino’s regular director of photography, Luka Bigaji (“The Great Beauty,” “The Young Pope”), who previously worked with De Costanzo on “Interval”.
“From Inside” is co-produced by Tempesta with RII Cinema of Italy, Switzerland, RSI Television della Soviedas Italiana TV, and CNC Cinema of Mondo in France.
A six-week shooting is expected to begin in November, although no location has yet been confirmed.
What is certain, however, is that the film will be shot using the ecomovie eco-friendly protocol created by Tempesta, based on research involving environmental sustainability film and TV business professionals. Cresto-Dina said the protocol is free and can be downloaded from the Tempesta website as it creates a point system and as a result can reduce a credible carbon footprint and also generate some savings. It has also been alleged that it integrates well with the current COVID-19 production protocol.
Tempesta uses Ecomovie for all productions, including the recent Rohrchar’s “Happy as Lazarus”, a fictional drama about Italy’s transition from rural society to modernity, which was distributed worldwide in 2013 after giving an ear splash.
Cresto-Dina, who has been featuring Rohvoucher and de Costanzo feature films since the beginning, stands out for his intelligent propensity to pick film projects among Italian indie producers who have consistently clicked on the International Fest and Arthur Circuit.
“What we’re trying to do is grow emerging talent,” he says. “Our aim is to make Shepherd films that young or debutant directors can make, but they were conceived as international films from the very beginning.”