Dow Jones, a News Corp companyNews Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services This compelling series is much more about the character of a serial killer than about the couture icon.Jan.
Amelio, like Moretti, is one of Italy's favourite celluloid sons, lauded for such social dramas as Open Doors, Stolen Children, Lamerica and The Way We Laughed, for which he was honoured at Venice in 1998.His most recent film, 2006's The Keys to the House, the story of a young father meeting the son with severe disabilities who he abandoned at birth, was also a hit on the Lido.
A co-writer on last year's Italian gangster drama Gomorrah.His first stab at directing, Mid-August Lunch, which he also wrote and stars in, has picked up a bunch of awards.
What changed everything was Mid-August Lunch, which Di Gregorio wrote, directed, starred in and shot at his own flat.After a career backstage, first in theatre, then assistant directing and writing for film (most fruitfully on Gomorrah), Di Gregorio was thrust into the spotlight.
Through a heavy wooden door, up four flights of stairs, there is the screenwriter, actor and director Gianni Di Gregorio on the landing, bowing slightly as he welcomes me into his flat.Finally, after Di Gregorio co-wrote the script for the brilliant Neapolitan mobster film Gomorrah, its director, Matteo Garrone, offered to produce it.
This was taken one winter's morning, when all the men were off to work.I was doing a lot of architectural photography, and this was a spontaneous shot: I only took one picture.
The Spanish actor, most recently seen in Chilean miners drama The 33, will headline the unauthorised film that the fashion icon’s estate is calling “a work of fiction”.A representative has said that the company has not “authorised nor had any involvement whatsoever in the forthcoming movie”.