TORINO IS THE ITALIAN CITY OF CINEMA,Cinema as a tourist attraction in special itineraries, created within the ‘Torino Città del cinema 2020’ program, to discover the locations of famous films. It is the ‘Girando per Torino’ program: twenty stations for as many films, from Cabiria to Divo, from War and Peace to Santa Maradona,Deep Red ,The Italian Job in which to watch videos related to the films told by the historical conductors of the Hollywood Party on Radio Rai, Steve Della Casa and Efisio Mulas. An initiative in collaboration with the National Museum of Cinema and the Turin Piedmont Film Commission.
NOW IS EVERYTHING is the first feature of Riccardo Spinotti (son of the beloved Cinematographer Dante Spinotti ASC AIC) and Valentina de Amicis ,the movie will be officially presented on 28 November at 37° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL and is also premiered at 23° Pimedate Ööde filmifestivalStarring Sir Antony Hopkins,Ray Nicholson(son of Jack Nicholson) The A LIST Crew show Dante Spinotti ASC AIC as Cinematographer & at Costume dept. Colleen Atwood (Public Enemies and Manhunter).”Riccardo Spinotti (1986) was raised in both Italy and in Santa Monica, CA, USA. He attended NYU for Art and Sciences before joining the prestigious AFI (American Film Institute) in Los Angeles, where he graduated as a director in 2012. He has directed several short films including his thesis that was selected and screened at the Directors Guild of America (DGA) AFI event in 2012. With a passion for photography, he has worked both in the camera department and in production on several feature films. Valentina De Amicis was born in Italy in 1979. She graduated in 2004 from University of Rome La Sapienza in Film Studies. Since 2006 she has worked as Assistant Director between Los Angeles, New York, and Rome on numerous films, commercials, and television including Woody Allen’s film “To Rome With Love”. In her directorial debut, this serves as the first time director pairing for Spinotti and De Amicis.
The interesting soundtrack is composed by the talented Vidjay Beerepoot,I have got my ticket for the Torino Film Festival 30th Nov.2019 show and I have High Hopes.
I’M amazon prime ADDICTED because is the deal of the century,the catalog is good ,some b movies around and some other A list movie, but they produced and distributed also some memorable things let’s make a list
THE PURGE 1/2
ELECTRIC DREAMS 1/2
AGENT CARTER 1/2
AMERICAN GODS 1/2
2017 has Bring one of best movie never seen since years , I need movie like this , peace and enjoyment for my eyes and yes ,speaking about futuristic AI subjects, I’m one of those people that did not like BLADE RUNNER 2049; this one GHOST IN THE SHELL from Rupert Sanders is far better in my view, has the same charm of Alex Garland ‘s EX Machina and contains unforgettable moments (like the jellyfish scene ) but the experience is boosted starting from a linear well written story(forgivable in some little parts) and crafted with a outstanding crew continuing with casting choices, I LOVE Scarlett globally talking as I loved the choices of Juliette Bionche,Takeshi Kitano and the short uncredited cameo of Michael Wincott ;so let’s quote again the special EFX from Weta and others(don’t t forget Art Dept,Make up,Practical and CGI) , the Academy Award Jan Roelfs at Production Design , outstanding Jess Hall BSC Cinematography dealing with Alexa 65 and “Super Panavision 70” 65mm 5-perf film , the bloody Soundtrack by Lorne Balfe in association with Clint Mansell and last but not the least of Course Rupert Sanders Direction(And yes I hate Snow White and the Huntsman) so If you HAVE NOT GIVE YOUR CONSENT at Theaters please take your copy of BLU RAY everywhere and Enjoy the outstanding Experience of GHOST IN THE SHELL.
ABOVE MY BLURAY(EUROPEAN MARKET )AND BELOW A GALLERY OF GHOST IN THE SHELL PICTURES
ANOTHER VIDEO-GIFT FROM A OLD VHS TAPE I OWN , A RARE INTERVIEW FROM BBC CLOSE UP MICHAEL MANN’S CHOOSES HIS FAVOURITE MOMENT IN CINEMA,RAUL WALSH’S WHITE HEAT AND ELIA KAZAN’S EAST OF EDEN, VIDEO PRODUCED BY NICK FREAND JONES 1995 BBC.ENJOY!!
John Carpenter’s 1989 cult car horror score is being reissued on vinyl for the first time.
TAKEN FROM THE VINYL FACTORY LIMITED GB : Originally released by Varèse Sarabande (VS-5240) , followed by a second Motown version that same year, Carpenter created the haunted moto-synthscapes for Christine with frequent collaborator Alan Howarth.
My contact on Varèse confirm : “Cats out of the bag, yep that’s us! We have commissioned new art and I must say it looks FANTASTIC! We’ll be announcing this on our Twitter and Facebook page WITH the new art on August 16th, join us then Fabio and SPREAD the word on this cool new vinyl product!
(THE COVER YOU ‘RE LOOKING UPSTAIRS WAS MADE BY MYSELF AS “FANMADE”)
Little information about the LP has been release, but its scant Amazon listing hints at the existence of a blue variant, while SoundStage has a black version for pre-sale as well.Pre-order the blue vinyl here or the black version here ahead of its 29 September 2017 release, and listen to track ‘Christine Attack’ below.
HERE SOME OF BEST VIDEO FROM MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL, ENJOY
From an old Shell adv I just re-scored it using Il Padre Di Italia soundtrack composed by the fluent Italian Composer Giorgio Giampà
1997 I was in L.A., I filmed everything with my VHSC this is what I have to show briefly,LA is a big set everything turn easy,I loved bee there as tourist
This is was edited From Criterion Collection Thief using an alternate edition of Tangerine Dream’s Beach Scene
Aaron ‘s We Cut The Night is one of best album of 2016, Invisible Stain fit perfect for BLACKHAT e
Mise-en-scène is what I see in Michael Mann’s Films
Don’t ask what precisely THE KILLERS have to Share with ALI but I think that’s a great Video and a Great Song
FOR OTHERS THINGS CHECK https://www.youtube.com/user/glaekenFP
For me One of best show of the last years so this is my BEST OF the Songs and Music from the STRANGER THINGS Soundtrack.Too easy for one like me comes from John Carpenter Alan Howarth and Tangerine Dream’s Era, Enjoy!
– WHITE RABBIT – Jefferson Airplane
-KIDS – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-THIS ISN’T YOU – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-ELEGIA – New Order
-FRIENDSHIP – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-011 – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-A KISS – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-FIELDS OF CORAL – Vangelis
-HAWKINS – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-FRESH BLOOD – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-HALLUCINATION – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-AGENTS – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-WHERE IS WILL – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-THROUGH THE NET – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-SHE WIL KILL YOU– Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-RUN AWAY – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-JOYCE AND LONNIE – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-HORIZON – Tangerine Dream
-THEORETICALLY – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-EXIT – Tangerine Dream
-HAWKINS LAB – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
-HEROES – Peter Gabriel
What’s The Best Professional Advice you’ve received?
MICHAEL BONVILLAIN, ASC
‘Never stand when you can sit, and never sit when you can lie down.’
JAVIER AGUIRRESAROBE, ASC, AFC
I don’t remember ever receiving advice about my work from anyone except my gaffers, who advised me not to be so impatient.However, I once received this general advice : ‘ A movie is like the Tour de France: It’s not necessary to win all the stages. It’s more important to resolve the worst situations,maintain the consistency, and then arrive in Paris as the winner’.
REXFORD METZ, ASC
‘Never say no!’
GEORGE MOORADIAN, ASC
At the bottom of a silver mine in Park City, Utah, 1 1/2 Miles underground Garland Wilde intoned, ‘Don’t be afraid of the Dark.’ You can take that advice anywhere.
JAMES A. CHRESSANTHIS, ASC
Vilmos Zsigmond told me, ‘Jim, it takes 10 years to become a cinematographer, so be patient and remember, nice guys finish first. And promise me that when you are a successful, you will help the next person.’
ALEX FUNKE, ASC
‘Never ask the crew to undo something they already done!’ And, ‘Always finish the day leaving a shot ready to start right away the next morning.’
KRAMER MORGENTHAU, ASC
‘In this business, if you aren’t early, you are late.’
JONATHAN FREEMAN, ASC
‘Trust your instinct. Your first choice is usually the best.’
KEN KELSCH, ASC
John Cassavetes told us at NYU not to stop shooting.Just figure it out a way to do it.
JULIO G. MACAT, ASC
When you shoot, take chances, don’t play it safe; push the envelope into that scary and dangerous place; do not settle for mediocre work. There is always for improvment . Be original; do ordinary things in a extraordinary way. Don’t forget you are telling a story- so what does each shot say? Shoot images that you would enjoy watching.
To Be Continued… –つづく…