THE TRUTH BEHIND THE MEME
I got interviewed by The Sun, Vice, BBC, Cosmopolitan, Il Corriere etc. and many other magazine all over the world are talking about the story of my Meme. This is a brief selection of articles that you may enjoy.
“2200 VOLTS” AT THE SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
I’m very honored to be the lead in this really moving short, part of the Official
Selection of the Singapore International Film Festival. Here comes what VARIETY says about it and about the award winner director Siyou Tan.
ENCORE PRODUCERS AWARD AT THE HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL
HFF19 has been a blast for “Double Feature: The Original English & Murderfuck”, the show where I was playing four characters. Here comes what people said about us.
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MY PLAYS FOR THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF ITALY IN LOS ANGELES
I’m extremely grateful to Fondazione Italia and to the Consul General Antonio Verde to fund and promote my projects about Italian literature and films .
I wrote, produced, directed and played eight shows, for the American students of the CHAMPS Charter High School of Art and for the Franklin Elementary School. I also made a book out of this amazing experience. Here come a couple of articles about the whole project.
NATIONAL AWARD OF THE CRITICS FOR “SONNO” – PREMIO NAZIONALE DELLA CRITICA
“Sonno”, the play by Jonne Fosse, directed by Valerio Binasco, won the Italian National Critic Award in 2010. I’m really honored to be part of its success. Here come some pics and articles.
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ETI NATIONAL AWARD FOR “IL FANTOCCIO” – PREMIO ETI NUOVE CREATIVITA’
This amazing play, written and directed by Marco Manchisi, won the National ETI Award in 2009. I played the leading role of Desdemona, the wife and a puppet. Here come some pics and articles.
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“WOYZECK” – WHEN I WON THE CALL FOR TENDERS “FACCIAMO INSIEME TEATRO”
I was selected among hundreds to be part of the project “Facciamo insieme teatro” at Teatro della Tosse in Genoa. This precious play, where I was the lead, Marie, was the beginning of an exciting journey. The University of Genoa made a journal on the creative process of our rehearsals.